A photographic journal (mostly) around lower Fairfield County
Yearly Archive for 2011
I’ve always found it funny to watch how the dogs act during these blessing ceremonies- barking, pulling their owners off their chairs to get to other dogs( happened today, lady went sprawling). I have a photo where the dog on left is sniffing the dog at center in the way dogs do. Very funny, but Read More
A light rain falls as this tourist telescope sits unused for the moment with Charles Island looming in the background at Silver Sands State Park in Milford, Conn. on Tuesday October 4, 2011.
The inside scoop is this. Lines and wait times can be a lot shorter if you go later in the week. I can’t personally confirm this, but did hear it mentioned more than once while I was there.
A few select pics from Sunday’s event
Shouts rang out in the newsroom. The photo staff leapt into action. What was all the ruckus about? A rainbow over Bridgeport! We work in a windowless room so thank goodness for the shouts. In photojournalism, it is all about timing. You have to think and move fast. Next time, we will take the steps Read More
Reposting this, so that I could try adding a caption. This whole blogging thing is new to me, so you all can share in my struggles as I try to figure it out. Photo was taken the day after Hurricane Irene rolled through. The field pictured is the exact location where the massive annual Gathering Read More
Dereje Tarrant demonstrates a floor ballet routine as he listens to Artistic Director Brett Raphael discuss auditions for the Connecticut Ballet Company’s production of “The Nutcracker” in Stamford. The Company will produce four shows this year with at least two complete casts featuring dancers from throughout the region.
Mayor Michael Pavia hovers over second base as he and his team take on the Board of Reps in the Mayor’s annual softball game at Kosciuzco Park. Bobby Valentine provided more entertainment than coaching in a game that was steeped more in comedy than athleticism.
Ryan Knapp and Nicole Dzamko are ready to ride as they wait for the annual 9-11 Connecticut United Ride which set out from Norden Industrial Park in Norwalk, Conn. More than 3,000 bikers fired up their bikes and thundered along 60 miles and 10 Fairfield County towns before ending in Bridgeport’s Seaside Park.