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Today’s Bridgeport Sound Tiger game featured another epic Trevor Gillies brawl. Although you can’t tell from the picture, he definitely got the better of this one. His opponents blood was everywhere. I can’t imagine having his job- punching others, and in turn getting punched, on an almost daily basis. I think I’d need to see Read More
Not really, of course. But when I saw this thing- 30 feet long, 15 feet high, pass me on the Post Road I did a serious double take. Then I pull a quick u-turn a followed it down the road to see where it was going. I was quick to learn that a Milford company Read More
Shot this today for a feature on craft butchers. I’ve photographed butchers before, but seeing the skinned carcasses never fails to shock me a little.
I photographed a long abandoned factory in Milford for a series that we’re running on vacant properties. When I first saw the metal ceiling pieces hanging in this hallway I thought they looked like a gueriilla art installation.
Sound Tiger Trevor Gillies was involved in two nasty fights in the first two periods of their AHL matchup with Binghampton in Bridgeport on Sunday, January 15, 2012. You don’t usually see blood like this, though.
My colleague Brittany Lyte is reflected in the storm door as we interview Stratford condo residents about new EPA groundwater testing. What could have been a dull assignment became visually interesting when this resident answered the door with a cat on her shoulder!
Photographed this neat 1880 post and beam bank barn in Trumbull today.
Light streaming through a stained glass window casts a kaleidoscope of color on the floor at the Unity Hill United Church of Christ in Trumbull. My assignment was to cover a women’s chorale performing holiday numbers, but this colorful pattern on the floor grabbed my attention as soon as I entered the church.
Seeing big birds in bunches the last couple of weeks!
This was the scene outside my personal polling place, Orange Avenue School in Milford, the only district in the city to go for Republican mayoral candidate Bob Joy ( by 3 votes!) . All I could think when seeing this was, “I really hope these things are recyclable!”