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(293/365) Luke Cevala runs toward a Prospect linebacker as part of a scoring drive by the Huskies.
Day 293/365: Kickoff! I normally despise selective saturation, but it really worked with this photo. Satellite High School’s varsity football team defeated Fernandina Beach 56-13 this evening, on senior night, adding another win to their dominant 6-1 season. Congrats to all of Satellite’s senior football players, marching band members, and cheerleaders! Technical info: 460mm, 1/800, f/5.6, ISO 12,800 Nikon D500 and Nikon 200-500mm f/5.6 lens.
Day 293: A creek in Fall I can't get enough of nature in Fall.
Day 292/365: I left the house too late to capture any decent light this evening. I ended up with another contrast-y black and white shot, taken on a neat little stretch of road in Merritt Island known as Tropical Trail.
(292/365) Members of the Hersey Boys Cross Country team run workouts under the late afternoon sky. The Huskies will run at the IHSA Regional on Saturday.
Day 292: Effortless This ewe cleared the barbed wire fence as if it wasn't there.
Day 291/365: I was in Orlando for tonight’s Orlando Magic game and noticed this contrast-y scene downtown. I don’t do much street photography or black and white images, but I like how this one came out. (By the way, the Magic won and are technically statistically better than the 0-1 defending NBA champion Warriors. Just saying.)
Day 291: Trees in the wind Autumn got serious today and we were greeted by incredible gusts of wind. Still, I can't complain knowing the kind of weather my many friends in Ireland are dealing with.
(291/365) Senior Justin Loeung donates blood during the Hersey Service Over Self blood drive.
Week 42 - Horsing Around On a visit to beautiful #centralvirginia I found these couple of the some 50 horse at Slocum’s Appaloosa Ranch. Excellent trail. Beautiful horses. Wonderful guide. #redditphotoproject #52weekphotochallenge #52weekproject
Day 290: Bighorn Sheep Family This wild herd invaded a cattle field. Interestingly the cows would, at times, chase the sheep. They didn't fight back against an opponent several times their size.
Day 290/365: Gloomy surf this evening