Linda Bruckheimer, wife of Hollywood producer Jerry Bruckheimier, grew up in Louisville. She moved to California as a teenager. She's written two best-selling novels about Kentucky. Now, a very special photography exhibit about Kentucky roadside attractions that was inspired by Bruckheimer's childhood trip with her mother along Route 66 is on display at John James Audubon Park in Henderson.

"Kentucky Unseen: Roadside Views of the Bluegrass" opened over the weekend with proceeds going to Kentucky State Parks Foundation, Preservation Kentucky, the Friends of Audubon. Bruckheimer, also known for her extensive philanthropic work, has restored several buildings in Bloomfield, Kentucky in rural Nelson County.

The "Kentucky Unseen" photo exhibit will be on display now-September 5th.