Monthly Archives: April 2010

night lights

A vehicle’s taillights streak past the prairie fires in the Kansas Flint Hills on I-70. I’ve been traveling all over the state of Kansas for weeks on photo assignments. Recently, I was driving through the rolling Flint Hills in central … Continue reading

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on your mark

Triple Play’s Maresia Pencil stretches before the women’s 400 meter dash at the Kansas Relays in Lawrence, Kansas on April 16, 2010. Cowley County’s Dustin Mettler displays a tattoo of Nike, the winged goddess of victory, at the Kansas Relays … Continue reading

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the good die young

This post is difficult. I am sad to learn that former K-State quarterback Dylan Meier died after he fell off a cliff while hiking with his family in Arkansas on April 19, 2010. He was 26. As the K-State athletics … Continue reading

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holy ground

15 years ago on April 19, 1995, a terrorist bombed the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma killing 168 people including 19 children. The building was located at 200 N.W. 5th Street. It’s now a National Memorial. … Continue reading

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awesome blossoms

My neighbor has a White Flowering Dogwood tree in her backyard with a beautiful blizzard of blossoms on it. It’s hard to believe that Kansas City, Missouri was under eight inches of snow 20 days ago. Now, we have 70 … Continue reading

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grand opening

Final preparations are made to the field at Kauffman Stadium on April 5, 2010. The game ball sits on the pitcher’s mound as soldiers from Whiteman Air Force Base carry off a giant American flag at Kauffman Stadium on April … Continue reading

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hope and faith

Three simple words written in Mark 16:6, the cornerstone of the Christian faith. -scott weaver

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moon shot

When I was a newspaper photographer, I would have to hunt for stand-alone feature photos on slow news days. I would drive around town looking for people doing something that would make an interesting image for the front page. Sometimes, … Continue reading

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