Edited by Kym Byrnes
Photography by Walter P. Calahan, Phil Grout, Bill Ryan, Sarah Walsh

Carroll Magazine sent its photographers on a journey to showcase a slice of life in Carroll County. From the outside, Carroll County may seem simple – family-friendly, conservative farm country. While we are those things, we are much more than that. We are diverse, we are connected, we are cutting-edge, we are creative, we are tight-knit, we are innovative, and while staying connected to our deep roots, we are evolving. We have captured snapshots of just a few of the faces, places and things that help make Carroll County special. Enjoy this glimpse of Carroll County through the lens.

 

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Apr/May 2017, Larry Engle is a member of the Never Too Late band, made up of residents of Carroll Lutheran Village.
PHOTO BY PHIL GROUT

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Jun/Jul 2019 Eli and Emma Sellers play among the cows feeding in their families cow barn.
PHOTO BY PHIL GROUT

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Feb/Mar 2018 Josh Cheuvront gets a haircut by barber Jeannie Cahill while sitting on his father Mike’s lap.
PHOTO BY PHIL GROUT

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Aug/Sep 2015, Chris Parker with his younger brother, Xavier.
PHOTO BY PHIL GROUT

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Dec/Jan 2017 Darthean Fox of Westminster works out with her strength coach Beau Bryant.
PHOTO BY PHIL GROUT

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