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Focusing on daily schedule is a juggling act for D1 players

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Midfield player Grant Gravitt takes the ball to the cage and scores his career goal against Cleveland State.

Experiencing shooting in manual

Ever since I can remember I have loved taking photographs. In high school, I took photography and found a real passion for it. In 1986, my first job was developing film at a Caesar’s Palace photo lab. 503 more words

The 3 Cs - Children, Cake & Chaos

Photographing children…a pleasure or a chore? That definitely depends on the children involved! I know every new parent thinks their newborn baby is an angel but ask them a few sleepless nights later and I’m guessing their response may have changed a little. 1,747 more words

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Hanalei Pier & turning points in life's teachings.

I’ve revisited this blog to remind myself of some of the principles and discoveries along the way. Two wonderful photos came out of this location, the first, which I discuss below, and cover shot of the pier itself, which after quite a bit of editing, became a bit of an abstract.   359 more words

Fine Art Photography

Once an educator, always an educator.
Whether teaching students or when in administration in public schools, I always considered myself an educator. I certainly hold the adage, once an educator, always an educator. 208 more words

Photography