Arizona State basketball’s home opener win over Portland

Arizona State’s basketball team got off to a shaky start last Tuesday when they played a small school from Portland, Oregon. ASU won 76-60 but the game wasn’t the blowout I hoped. Bobby Hurley clearly has his work cut out for him. After losing some of his talent to graduation and transfers last year, ItContinue reading “Arizona State basketball’s home opener win over Portland”

Arizona State struggles in horrible loss to Washington State

Arizona State had a rough going Saturday afternoon, losing to Washington State 34-21. ASU turned the ball over on their first 3 drives, and the Cougars took full advantage of it by building a 28-7 lead. ASU was able to get a touchdown at the half but it would be the only real highlight ofContinue reading “Arizona State struggles in horrible loss to Washington State”

Friday Night High School Football, or a good excuse to take some pictures

A couple of Friday’s ago I went to a nearby high school called Mountain Ridge to watch some high school football. It had been many years since I have done that and since I didn’t have any kids I never considered going anyway. However, when you are wanting to learn how to be a photographer,Continue reading “Friday Night High School Football, or a good excuse to take some pictures”

A horrible night for Hockey, but a great night to get some pictures.

Well, last week we went to the Arizona Coyote’s home opener against the St Louis Blues and needless to say the Coyotes are in midseason form. It was a promising beginning when the they entered the 2nd period with a 2-1 lead but then Blues scored 5 goes in less than 10 min. Talk aboutContinue reading “A horrible night for Hockey, but a great night to get some pictures.”

Ducks and Geese through a lens

Been taking a lot of photos of this park that is near my house. A beautiful a pond is right near our house and everyday there are ducks, geese, and doves that all meet up and relax pretty much. I figured what better way to practice taking some shots then using the situation as anContinue reading “Ducks and Geese through a lens”