I keep telling my wife I’m back on the blog wagon. She keeps chuckling at me. Yes, the infamous online hokey pokey with this blog is over. Laughter can be heard in the distance.   This past weekend I shot for fun. Gasp. I know, fun? No deadlines. No pressure to get the shot. No [...]

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Charl in Charge

CUTLINE: Charl Schwartzel of South Africa reacts to sinking a putt on the 18th green to cap an impressive -14 par during four rounds of golf at Augusta National. Schwartzel, 26, downed Jason Day by two strokes.   So this is the article I wrote for this coming week. I figured no one will [...]

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2010 – Sports

Yep, wrapping up sports from 2010. Had my most productive year. I’m too tired to type. Just click the audio.   Night,   C

2010 – Singles/Essays

This is it. I’m sick of thinking about 2010. I know I promised you all 30 images from 2010 but I’m just out of time. Quite frankly, it’s May. I’m a horrible blogger (pushing to be better) and I just want to get onto 2011. So without further adieu, 2010 was another year I felt [...]

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2010 – #29 – Game Changer

CUTLINE: D.J. Tyson of Grovetown High School is “all over the field” according to his coaches. Tyson is a kick returner, punt returner, wide receiver and running back. Head coach Rodney Holder calls him “a game changer and incredibly fast.” THOUGHTS: My editor John asked me to produce a series of portraits highlighting our annual [...]

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2010 – #30 – Drowning

CUTLINE: LaTina Harris sheds a tear while holding her daughter Makila, 3, Saturday, June 5 at friend Shontae Croft’s apartment in Aiken, S.C. LaTina’s brother D’Than Harris, 16, drowned on a dare at Langley Pond, Memorial Day weekend Sunday, May 30. This is the second death for LaTina in a year after losing her newborn [...]

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CUTLINE: Lakeside’s Angellica Prather competes in the one-meter dive Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2011 at The Augusta Aquatics Center in Augusta, Ga. Four schools, Evans, Greenbrier, Grovetown and Lakeside all met for the Columbia County area championships. Lakeside won overall. THOUGHTS: I really don’t classify myself as a “sports shooter.” I suppose I don’t like confining [...]

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Horse Walker

CUTLINE: Randall Ward, a loper, from Foley, Ala. walks his horse “Rudy” to the loping area for the horse cutting event at the Augusta Futurity Thursday, Jan. 27, 2011 at The James Brown Arena in Augusta, Ga. Dozens have come out to compete in the annual event that draws thousands over the course of a [...]

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Lords of the Bling

CUTLINE: Augusta State University’s basketball guard Caleb Brown, left, of Dumfries, Va. and forward Howard Brown, of Savannah, Ga. have a combined seven NCAA Division II and Peach Belt Conference tournament rings, Their closest national title win was in 2008 when Winona State defeated Augusta State 87-76. As of Jan. 16 They look for their [...]

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At Water’s Edge

CUTLINE: On Jan. 22, 2011, around 1 p.m. Scott Craig, 36, an avid fisherman from North Augusta, S.C. left to fish on Lake Thurmond. According to his mother, Terri Craig, the waters were choppy from a storm front and Scott’s friends canceled plans to be with him that day. However, he ventured out alone and [...]

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