In Sight

A photographic journal (mostly) around lower Fairfield County
Radio sports-talk personality and New Canaan resident, Christopher "'Mad Dog" Russo, cheers on the New Canaan High School varsity basketball team during their game against Greenwich High School at Greenwich, Wednesday night, Dec. 18, 2013.

“Mad Dog” spotted at Greenwich High School

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An adult, left, and juvenile mute swan chill on the frozen, snow-covered Rogers Park Pond in Danbury, Conn. on Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2013.

Snow swans

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First snow

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I’ll admit when I woke up Tuesday morning to snow on the ground I sighed. I suppose that’s how you can tell you’re an adult. Anyway, I spent part of the day searching for people dealing with the snow. I found some folks shoveling driveways, clearing off cars, and making snowmen. But nothing got me […] [Read More]
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Backstage at “Shrek! The Musical”

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Being behind the scenes is one of my favorite things I like about being a photojournalist. We get to see things other people can’t. We get to see how things work. It’s like being a watch repairman figuring out which levers move what gears that count the seconds, minutes and hours. Open the back of […] [Read More]
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A Tufted Titmouse takesoff from a snow-covered rail in the backyard of a Byram Road home, Tuesday morning, Dec. 19, 2013.

Tufted Titmouse takeoff

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Snow Day

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Not “the shot”

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As photographers, we always try to get “the shot” – something that visually communicates the entire story in a single frame.  In last night’s football game between Newtown and Ridgefield, I thought for a brief moment that I got “the shot.”  Newtown was down for most of the game and led a comeback in the […] [Read More]
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Football championship

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I recently covered the FCIAC football championship game between New Canaan and St. Joseph High Schools at Trumbull High School. There were some good catches:                               And some not-so-good catches:   And, finally, there was this move by New Canaan’s Frank […] [Read More]
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