Monthly Archives: June 2010

quantity, not quality

Indy Racing League wheels. Major League baseballs. Miniature pumpkins. Rocks in a garden. Plastic toy ducks. Photography can be demanding and frustrating for me. . . but it’s always fun. Recently, I challenged myself to start making one photo from … Continue reading

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happy ending

I photographed soccer fans at the Kansas City Power and Light District World Cup Watch Party¬†as the United States played Algeria. The United States won the match 1-0 when Landon Donovan scored the stoppage-time goal after regulation. It was the … Continue reading

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chalk it up

Artists use chalk, pastels and water to create their artwork on the pavement. Dan Canchola, of Kansas City, Missouri, draws Our Lady of Guadalupe. Pastels litter the pavement at the Kansas City Chalk and Walk Festival. My wife and I … Continue reading

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hit and run

Texas Tech’s Taylor Ashby leaps to catch a fly ball against Texas A&M. A foul ball lands in the stands during the game between Baylor and K-State. Missouri’s Kevin Mahler fields a ground ball against Texas Tech. Texas A&M’s Clayton … Continue reading

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