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“Downing’s Downer” Tonight’s Hockey Headache Highlights

Lucky for me, I found myself behind the Reading goal during tonight’s First Period, … Jackals Forward Jack Downing #25 rushes the puck into the Reading zone and cuts toward the net…Reading Defenseman trips him up from behind and sends him flying just as he’s letting go a shot. Jacks momentum takes him flying toward the goal,  as Reading Goaltender Philipp Grubauer #30 instinctively moves out of the way. Unfortunately for Jack, he hits the upright so hard,  head on with his helmet/visor, that he dislodges the goal from the anchoring pegs. Blood on the ice from a nasty gash on the forehead, and after help off the ice & a check up by the team Doc’s. & Jack returned to the ice later in the game. A very close call…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 211 Studio Flamingoville Wreath

Since it’s December 8th and almost SIXTY DEGREES out….I thought….what better day to get the Holidays Flamingo out & proudly hang where her fair weather relatives spend their summers!!!!

“Mister Dead”

Last months Cornell University Wedding Bride & Groom, Jessica & Joe, are a couple of Cornell Veterinary School Graduates. So after the Ceremony on that cold,  snowy & blowy afternoon we made a quick visit to the beautiful Veterinary Sciences Facility, and once inside I was able to add one more very unique way of shooting a Bridal Party, to my already long list of prior experiences…….this time while posing with a complete Horse Skeleton!

THEN to top things off right before we were ready to leave…… It looks like Joe LOST THE CAR KEYS!!!

“Musical Chairs”

Facilities Coordinator Janelle Hanson & her son in the Sage Chapel choir loft, during a recent Wedding Ceremony shoot at Cornell University’s Sage Chapel – Ithaca, NY

Purple Daze

This past week I just finished updating the 211 Studio with a colorful new look! Highlighted the Front Entry with a neat “Boysenberry Jam” Purple Color that replaced the old boring, dark grey. I just HATE painting the same color, and when you are done nobody even notices that you have just re-painted! THEY’LL NOTICE THIS!

Also, a couple shots of a recently completed winter project of mine that is now proudly hanging on my building as you approach the front doorway alcove. I dis-assembled, sandblasted, primed, painted, polished & completely restored an old, vintage 1930’s cast iron Fire Alarm Pull Box Station & accompanying Bell Assembly.

PS: It’s OFFICIALLY SUMMER NOW, as the Flamingos are once again on duty!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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