Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Finding my place in the Bend.

It's been a bit longer than I had hoped for an update on here and editing down two weeks of work to around ten photos was difficult. I'm always impartial to my most recent stuff, so most of this is from the past three or four days.

March 22, 2011. Dowagiac HS (Michigan) wins state quarterfinals. The gallery from this game was popular and turned out well.

Elisha Jerdon, 3, gasp as her grandmother Betty Jerdon reads a book about junk food during "Jammies in the Gym" night at Merritt Elementary in Niles on Friday, March 25, 2011.

South Bend Police surround the house where they believe a suspect is hiding following a double shooting Tuesday, March 29, on Bowman Ave. in South Bend.

I'll admit, I was entirely too close to this event.

BASEBALL season. Thursday, March 31, 2011. I'm not used to baseball in 30 degree weather. Here is the gallery.

Saturday, April 2. Just a feature.

Police and paramedics tend to a man who reportedly led South Bend Police on a high-speed chase through downtown streets before crashing and attempting to flee on foot at the intersection of Western and Kaley streets in South Bend on Sunday, April 3, 2011. The unidentified man claimed to have taken ecstasy earlier in the day.

This was the result of good scanner monitoring and fast driving.

South Bend emergency officials and airport crews respond to a small plane crash next to a runway at the South Bend Regional Airport in South Bend on Monday, April 4, 2011.

Turned out the plane was blown off the runway by high winds. It took a lot of glass to reach this from the behind the airport fence.

Death on the field! Nahh, not literally at least. Here's the caption: New Prairie's Seth Shail collapses to the ground in frustration after dropping a pop-up foul ball in an inning that left the Cougars down 33-0 to Marian High School at New Prairie High School in New Carlisle on Monday, April 4, 2011. Here's the game gallery.

March 4. Just a protest/march yesterday downtown.


Tommy Penick said...

You're killin' it man! Keep up the good shooting, at this rate your portfolio's going to be replaced in a matter of weeks.

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