I shot the RANGERS @ Buffalo again last night…a big 2-1 WIN in OT for the Blueshirts.
Shot over 1500 images, and I’m just starting to dig into them now, but I knew soon as I shot this one, I knew I NAILED it!
“The King” Henrik Lundqvist making a nice kick save during the Second Period at Key Bank Center in Buffalo.
The rest will be up soon as I work my way through them all!
While walking Seneca over the past half year we often stroll the grounds of the Horseheads Fire Department, out in the back lot near the remains of the old Chemung Canal. During the Summer I noticed this one huge old tree by the Canal, and that all the bark at its base was being scraped or scratched off all the way around. I hadn’t paid much attention to it since……that is until yesterday! Man Oh Man…. have Bucky Beaver & His Buddies Been Busy over the Holidays!!! I am absolutely amazed at how much of the base of this tree has been chewed down, to the point soon where this massive tree is going to fall down, either into the Canal, or possibly onto the Fire Department Storage Barn that is located very close to this tree. And what’s really cool is that these chips that cover the ground are HUGE, nothing like sawdust, but more so the size of large potato chips! On the Close Up, you can actually see the imprint of the Little Beaver Teeth….Pretty Amazing!
Catching some breathing room with my Wedding editing to finally get started on my RANGERS/SABRES shoot from a few weeks ago. Here are the beginning of a lot of Great Images….the NY RANGERS getting loose underneath the stands as they always do before each game. It’s either with a Volleyball or a Soccer or Hand Ball. I was particularly surprised seeing Rick Nash. On the Ice he is such a huge, dominating figure, but here he really didn’t seem that big, but man…look at the strength in his legs.
Back in September of this year I posted a Blog/Pix detailing my latest creative Art Project that I was working on here at the 211 Studio. It was a Reproduction of some Tired, Old, Weathered, Rusty Iron RR Bridge Girders from the 1800’s, that I installed as the middle archway of my Client Lounge/Meeting area. So with the turn of events over the last month, it was just a matter of time before some new, creative Political Graffiti would make it’s appearance on ‘The Bridge”, and here it is! I can’t wait to try it out for real on a full size Bridge or RR Boxcar very soon!!!