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Friday Night Star-Lights Part 2

October high school football games are the tease for what we can expect to come in November as teams stretch to make playoff spots. It does not matter what division or conference a team plays in they all have an eye set on the prize of extending their season or perhaps spoiling another’s. These October […]

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A Fall Photo Blog Season is upon Me

I consider the first weekend of October as the most colorful month in the greater DMV. Football, pumpkins, soybeans in farm fields turning gold, red uniforms of our local teams (Nats and Terps), colorful cyclists, clear blue sky, mums and of course turning leaves. Color is everywhere. I was able to tote my camera around […]

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Friday Night Star-Lights

Half of the high school football season has gone by and it has been my pleasure to travel around the county to photograph many games for Montgomery Community Media. In this first edition of Friday Night Star Lights, I will provide a brief introduction to those outstanding individual performances played under those Friday night lights. […]

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A Little Bit of Luck and a Lot of Heart (Photos)

As I sit and watch the Redskins/Patriots pre-season game I already know he has what it takes. He is Travis Hawkins, #42, and a rookie on the New England Patriots – a MoCo local. I first put my lens on Travis about 2005 when he played for Coach Dave Mencarini at Quince Orchard. The hey-days […]

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Youth Soccer Championships – Maryland SoccerPlex (Photos)

photo of My favorite team DMCV GU17 fight it out with a local Virginia team - the VSA Heat 96 Blue

I had the pleasure all this week to photograph the youth soccer championships put on by the US Youth Soccer organization. I was covering for the non-profit Cal South Soccer out of Fullerton, Ca. Cal South had 21 teams advance to the #RoadtoMD playoffs – where 6 of their teams advanced as champions. Here are […]

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Day 4: Quicken Loans National Champion Justin Rose

One extra hole of golf, a little drama in the water around the last green, a trophy on a bed of roses, young children rushing into their father’s grasp who just became the double-winner of the Quicken Loans National, Justin Rose. It all happened right there before us on the par four 18th hole with […]

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Day 3: Saluting Our Heroes at Quicken Loans National (PHOTOS)

The Quicken Loans National (QLN) as title sponsor for the Tiger Woods Foundation prides itself on its commitment to celebrating the men and women of the Armed Forces. During tournament week, over 30,000 military personnel are provided free admission. Throughout the course, you are reminded of the military ties to this area. Perhaps the most […]

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Caddie Day the Second Day of #QLNational

photo of Quicken Loans National Trophy

You may never have heard of Brent Henley, Jeff Weber, Mike Greller or Joe Lacava on the PGA Tour but these are caddies and they are out there in camera view. The key names may change from week to week depending on the gig or the foibles of their managers. But one thing is for […]

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Earlier Leaders in First Day of #QLNational

photo of Quicken Loans National Trophy

I knew this morning it was the first day of the Quicken Loans National when the MetLife Blimp flew over the house on its way to Bethesda. I purposely got a late start because I met my riding buddy at Lakeforest to cycle 15 miles around the mall at 6 a.m. A quick workout, shower […]

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Behind the Greens

Wednesday’s during a golf tournament is the lite day. It is time for all to work out the last kinks before the show begins. For volunteers, it’s their time to rehearse well-known roles or learn new ones. Volunteers are the heart and soul of running any public event. The Quicken Loans National is no exception. […]

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