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rochesterinfocus:

A Push Through - 02/22/11 - Photo by Tina Yee
I was responding to a scanner call about a cop being involved in an accident.  I knew it wasn’t serious but I had to go check anyways.  While I was there an officer decides to move one of the vehicles out of the intersection by pushing it.  It made a nice shot.

rochesterinfocus:

A Push Through - 02/22/11 - Photo by Tina Yee

I was responding to a scanner call about a cop being involved in an accident.  I knew it wasn’t serious but I had to go check anyways.  While I was there an officer decides to move one of the vehicles out of the intersection by pushing it.  It made a nice shot.

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rochesterinfocus:

Richard Simmons comes to town - 3/17/2011 - Photo by Annette Lein
Often when I get an assignment to shoot a luncheon, I worry that it will be hard to make an interesting photo.  That was not the case today when I covered Lifespan’s 15th Celebration of Aging luncheon featuring fitness guru Richard Simmons.  When Simmons invited all of the 60, 70 and 80 year olds in the audience up on stage to dance with him, it made many fun and sweet photos.  This is one of my favorites.

rochesterinfocus:

Richard Simmons comes to town - 3/17/2011 - Photo by Annette Lein

Often when I get an assignment to shoot a luncheon, I worry that it will be hard to make an interesting photo.  That was not the case today when I covered Lifespan’s 15th Celebration of Aging luncheon featuring fitness guru Richard Simmons.  When Simmons invited all of the 60, 70 and 80 year olds in the audience up on stage to dance with him, it made many fun and sweet photos.  This is one of my favorites.

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cincinnaticom:

Reds left-hander Aroldis Chapman, who got the last three games off to get over a tender elbow, worked the ninth inning of Monday night’s loss to the Pirates and threw a pitch that registered 106 mph on the scoreboard but was clocked at 103 on another pitch tracker.

cincinnaticom:

Reds left-hander Aroldis Chapman, who got the last three games off to get over a tender elbow, worked the ninth inning of Monday night’s loss to the Pirates and threw a pitch that registered 106 mph on the scoreboard but was clocked at 103 on another pitch tracker.