Kentucky is a state known mainly for two things: horses and bourbon. However, its greatest treasure is called Bluegrass area in the north of the state and whose geographic center is the city of Lexington. It is a landscape of undulating fertile soil and ideal for the grass, in which the dominant species is a herb called Blue Grass. Around Lexington and extending to several dozen kilometers, the landscape is like showing my photos: Pastures, fences and horses. I took these photos in winter, so you can't quite see how lovely the pastures are because they are covered in snow. The Blue Grass is called blue grass because if it grows to its maximum, the grass turns green.