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Monthly Archives: February 2006

Dads and Daughters

I arrived at the Daddy-Daughter Dance last night right on time. I was hoping to capture a good moment between daddy and daughter as the entered the dance. After making a few frames as the couples waited in line, I took a quick glance at my LCD screen on the back of my camera. To […]

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One and Done

The Carterville Lions varsity basketball team went into the regional championship game on Friday night with a good chance of winning. Their opponent, regional host Murphysboro, is a bigger and more athletic team, however, they do not play very consistent. The Lions were always in the game, however they usually trailed by at least 8 […]

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Carterville Walks Away With Win

The Lions’ controlled most of their regional semifinal game against Zeigler-Royalton last, however ZR made quite a push within the last few minutes of the fourth quarter. It was a two point game with less than a minute to go. But, Carterville’s Nathan Wachter came up with a steal and was intentionally fouled while shooting […]

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End of the Road

Coming into this evening’s regional semifinal game, the Herrin Tigers had only recorded three wins on the season. The were a very high seed in the tournament and would face off with the number one seed and host Murphysboro Red Devils. Herrin jumped out to a quick lead in the first quarter and were able […]

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February 20, 2006

Back at it today. Pretty uneventful. This is Ian, he’s a senior in high school and has his own radio show on the local station 91.1 WDBX. Ian’s air time is Wednesday night/Thursday morning from 2 a.m. to 4 a.m. “I play everything from Alkaline Trio to Johnny Cash,” Ian said. He is a big […]

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February 19, 2006

The first photo post is s picture that was taken yesterday while following family members of Seth Clark as they hung ribbons along East Illinois Avenue in Carterville. Clark is currently serving with the National Guard in Iraq and is expected to be home within the next two weeks. Clark is the soldier I documented […]

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Welcome

Hello there and welcome to Max’s Photo Blog. I will post my photographs whenever they are good enough to post. Hope you enjoy……… -Max

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