Archive for March, 2015
Looking back: Haines Shoe House returns to the past
Looking back: Haines Shoe House returns to the past

I’ve spent the past several weeks working on two different projects, which means I’ve had fewer daily assignments, which means I have less to post in my weekly reviews on this blog. But I did get to swing by the Haines Shoe House and check out what the new owners are up to. It had […]

Looking back: Spot news shift
Looking back: Spot news shift

It always seems that when I’m assigned to the early/day shift (which isn’t often), things happen. Last week, on my Thursday morning shift, I covered a school bus crash (empty bus, no injuries) and a two-alarm fire (total loss). The two incidents happened in the same rural municipality but occurred with just enough time in-between […]

Looking back: Boys Overnight Leadership Development
Looking back: Boys Overnight Leadership Development

I spent last Friday night surrounded by seventh-grade boys. To be clear, I spent only a few hours of Friday night surrounded by seventh-grade boys. But it took me only a few minutes to realize I a) am twice their age, b) could barely remember what life was like at that age (ages 15 and […]

Intense colors, winter of monochrome
Intense colors, winter of monochrome

(Paul Kuehnel-York Daily Record/Sunday News)
Intense colors after a winter of monochrome snow and sticks. A blue sky and puffy clouds go with every season.

Looking back: The month of February
Looking back: The month of February

Thanks to a week-long trip and various other distractions, I somehow went the entire month of February without blogging any work I produced in February. So, this will be a monster of a blog post, but hopefully it’ll be an interesting look at three weeks of a photojournalist’s work life. I’ll first start off with the larger […]

When statues take on life
When statues take on life

( Paul Kuehnel – York Daily Record/Sunday news)
Sometimes I see something that could happen, but isn’t happening yet! Unlike real life, one of the subjects remains in place for the real world to meet it. And me to capture the moment.

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