Here is the second installment of my hockey pictures from Saturday night. I really had a blast shooting from the glass. Some of those pictures made their way into this post.
Here is the first of two installments of pictures from the Ohio State Buckeyes game at Ferris State from last Saturday.
Here is the last of my pictures from Saturday’s football game. I included a couple of the team posing with the trophy because of all the clowning going on.
Here is the first of two parts of my pictures from the Anchor-Bone Classic this weekend. I had a great time, and as you will see over the course of the pictures the weather gave us just about everything but snow.
Saturday night I was in Ewigleben Ice Arena to see Ferris State take on Ohio State. After what Ohio State did to my Boilers earlier in the day I really wanted to see them lose at hockey. Sadly they did not. I still had a great time at the game. This was my first time shooting a hockey game with my camera, and I learned a lot real fast. I know that hockey is a fast sport, but through a camera lens against the glass it is super fast. Once I got the feel for the speed down on the ice though I had a good time. Some of the pictures not included in this post will show up on this site over the next couple of days. I have about thirty other pictures that I will post in two segments. This was my first hockey game in about 3 1/2 years. I will have to see another one much quicker than that. Continue reading
Yesterday we made the trip up to Big Rapids to see #1 Grand Valley State take on the Ferris State Bulldogs. As we got closer to Top Taggart Field the rain really started to pick up. We got to Ferris fairly early, and were able to park right in front of the stadium. After reading a little on the game we knew that there was a tailgate being put on by the Ferris State Athletic Department so we went looking for it to stay out of the rain for a while. What we found was a nice little spread waiting for us inside a tent. We were able to stay dry for a little while before going into the stadium. Continue reading