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Monthly Archives: March 2006

Another Day, Another Play

In the midst of some busy mid-semester days I photographed another play rehearsal last night. Actually it was a musical, “Hello Dolly.” This first is a set of twins that I used to go to church with. I remember them being little rascals back in the day. Anyway, I was wondering around backstage as usual […]

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Take Me Out to the Ballgame

I saw something today that I have never seen in all my 21 years. As I was walking to the baseball field this afternoon I noticed that the sky was spitting snow, on March 24. I’ve seen a lot of crazy things at baseball games, but never snow in Southern Illinois in late March.Needless to […]

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Sorry, it’s been awhile

Been two weeks since my last post. If anyone checks this regularly I apologize for the long absence. I’ve been busy, however it has been with school and sports. I keep getting more and more restrictions at prep games. Getting a good second base slide is even tough from where they have me positioned.Anyway, here […]

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MORP, or Prom backwards

Two weeks ago, when the temperature was five degrees, there was to be a dance at Herrin high called MORP. Well, needless to say the cold temperatures caused the dance organizers to reschedule.I went into this assignment with very little knowledge about the dance itself. I try to be very prompt on time, however, I […]

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5th and 6th Grade Hoops

In prep sports, we are a currently in between the winter and spring season. For me, this means putting an emphasis on other sports. Like jr. high volleyball for example, or as in today’s case, 5th and 6th grade basketball. The teams were large in size and the young boys put their hearts into it. […]

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A Soldier’s Return Home

In December of 2004 and the first week in January of 2005 I followed Seth Clark and his family as they all prepared for his deployment to Iraq. Seth is in the National Guard and joined while in high school with thoughts of it paying for college, not going to war. Seth and his family […]

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Walk Around Day

Well, I didn’t get much accomplished today. Which is sad, because it was the most beautiful day we’ve had this year. I basically walked around town today for about 2 hours and found nothing to shoot. In the midst of my walk around I looked up at the sky and saw and airplane and a […]

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