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Peacock Crossing

DUNEDIN, FLA–Although it is a county highway, Garrison Road does cut through the northern part of Dunedin and has interesting foot (?) traffic.  These three adults and one younger peacock were seen Friday morning on the north end of the road congregating in the roads middle.  Not wanting to bother them this driver cruised around […]

Licensed now?

DUNEDIN, FLA. –Well fans the jet ski is still in place on a licensed trailer with another licensed trailer next to it behind the batter’s eye at field 6 on the Toronto Blue Jays Player Development Complex off Garrison Rd. in Dunedin.  That’s photo one now looks at photo two and the unlicensed trailer parked […]

Little League Baseball in a Positive Way

OSWEGO, N.Y.–This past Memorial Day Weekend I happened to be in Oswego, N.Y. doing a favor for some little league parents I met taking photos of their sons playing in the U 10 Stars and Strikes Tournament.  Now photo one is of a player hitting a double with two RBI’s and the second is of […]

Tesla Shines At Night Number Two at The House of Blues

Fresh off two performances on the 2023 Monsters of Rock Cruise, hard rockers Tesla took over the House of Blues in Orlando for two nights, playing to a sold-out audience on Friday, May 5th followed by a nearly sold-out show on Saturday, May 6th. I attended the Saturday show with a good friend and concert photography mentor, […]

The Other Side of Sports/Life TOO

     Well fans here is the start of a number of upcoming articles about others mistreating me personally especially since my wife Karen passed away last June 1st, the worst day of my life.  So here fans are what I have had to put up with numerous times and I did no wrong, I just […]

Come On Blue!

Come On Blue!

CLEARWATER, FLA.–During a co-ed slow pitch softball game on Thursday April 20th at Eddie Moore Complex in Clearwater, Fl. this ump was working (?) the bases during a game and is shown about as far as he got all game from the first baseline.  Both teams complained about him to the home plate umpire who […]

Trauma Awakens-An Interview with Drummer Kris Gustofson

Most bands when they fade away early in their careers never make a comeback but that’s not the case with Trauma. After having their song “Such A Shame” included in the Metal Massacre II compilation in 1982, Trauma signed with Shrapnel Records and released Scratch and Scream. It received high praise with the band hitting […]

A Roller Derby Revival in Saint Petersburg

Sunshine City Roller Derby versus Tallahassee Roller Derby | March 25th 2023 How do you explain how much fun you had doing something when you are not exactly one hundred percent sure of what you just witnessed? So begins the challenge of describing my first visit to a roller derby bout which lived up to […]

On The Blue Cruise 2023. Day One in Review

On The Blue Cruise | January 28-February 2, 2023 | Norwegian Pearl For the 2023 On The Blue Cruise, I was once again joined by my Jedi behind the lens friend Obi Wan. Since our last adventure together at the Monsters on the Mountain festival in Gatlinburg, he has upgraded his camera body from a […]

Rays in a Quickie

Rays in a Quickie

St. Petersburg, Fla. — It only took two hours and one minute to finish eight- and one-half innings at Tropicana Field this afternoon for the Tampa Rays to beat the Boston Red Sox 3-1. With only ten total hits in the game, both teams must be pleased with the pitching performances and Rays staff combining […]