January 06: 1 World, 1 People. A benefit of being at the baseline less than 6 feet from an inbounds pass. A player was styling a pair of Nike Kyrie shoes with the message - 1 World 1 People. Don't know much behind the shoe but it struck me as a good message to spread… Continue reading A good message for the New Year.
January 02: Photos should be printed and hung on a wall. What will the New Year Bring? I've never been big on making New Year resolutions. That said, I do have some stuff that I hope will happen this year including a few new goals for my photography. Looking back on 2021 I'd have to… Continue reading Whew, we made it. Happy New Year – Welcome to 2022!!!
December 22: T-3 days and counting. It's almost that time. That time when hopefully we all pause and reflect on the good things in our lives. To think about what we're thankful for, how we've been blessed, and how we can help those that are less fortunate than us. I am thankful for so many… Continue reading It’s beginning to look a lot like.
April 17: It's unanimous. The tongue is a vital part of every sport. The athlete must train hard and be able to hold the tongue at the right position at the right time. I seen a player's tongue hanging out in Baseball countless times - even when they were diving into a bag and about… Continue reading Daily sports photo #311
March 31: No words needed. I present only this sports photo today. No setup, no commentary, no explanation. Just let it marinate. Just bath in the purity of the image. Just enjoy. Until next post be safe, be kind, and hug someone if you're lucky enough to have one near by. Please subscribe to the… Continue reading Daily sports photo #301
March 29: A different kind of sport - "Dial M for Mozzarella." Famous detective Steve Shovel, cousin of Sam Spade, was on another case. Steve was deep, deep, undercover doing surveillance work from a dingy hotel room that reeked of Buffalo-chicken pizza and cheap Bourbon. His job was to gather information that would help solve… Continue reading Daily sports photo #300
March 10: There's Nellie and Sasquatch and now this near mythical creature. During a recent expedition, photographer Wright Emory made a startling discovery when he captured a photo of the elusive species Sportphotogous outerbanksica wandering the outskirts of a field in Kill Devil Hills, NC USA. The species was once thought to be extinct due… Continue reading Daily sports photo #289
March 4: Recognizing a local unsung hero. Although I wasn't at a game, I was fortunate to be out shooting. It was an honor to take some environmental photos today of Debbie Dutton, (RN, BSN, NCSN, Clinical and Community Services Nursing Director for Dare County, NC). Debbie is being recognized for her contributions to the… Continue reading Daily sports photo #286
March 2: Idle hands are the devil's workshop. Shooting local sports is still a roller coaster ride. Postponements/cancellations due to weather and Covid. Not shooting because it's just too cold, windy, or rainy (or all of the above). That's when the mind starts to wander. The creative juices start to flow, or maybe that's ooze.… Continue reading Daily sports photo #285
March 1 More fun than a barrel full of monkeys. Yup, another day without a game to shoot - postponed due to weather. So, it's the story of the three wise monkeys - Kikazaru, who hears no evil, Iwazaru, who speaks no evil, and Mizaru, who sees no evil. I know what you're thinking. Maybe… Continue reading Daily sports photo #284