For more than a decade, Kenneth Mays has been surrounding himself with Mormon history — whether it's in his office, in the classroom or on vacation anywhere from New England to Nebraska to the Honeymoon Trail.

It's a commitment that's reflected through a camera lens.

Mays is a teacher by profession who has taken his passion for LDS Church history — along with some photography equipment — out on the road. His office walls at the Salt Lake University Institute of Religion are covered with images he's captured of the Sacred Grove, the Whitmer home, the Kirtland Temple and other historical sites.

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