Month: November 2017

  • Awaiting The Train To Onehunga

    Awaiting The Train To Onehunga

    My mind has recently been on New Zealand and the ten amazing days I spent there this time last year. This was Britomart early on a Saturday morning. I was awaiting the train to Onehunga, a southern suburb of Auckland. Because Auckland is situated on an isthmus, you can walk ‘coast to coast’ across the […]

  • Steady Skyline

    Steady Skyline

    Blurry people. Streaking traffic. Steady skyline.

  • Turnovers Are A Part Of The Game

    Turnovers Are A Part Of The Game

    Dana Holgorsen – head coach of my beloved West Virginia Mountaineers – used his time in the weekly Big XII coaches teleconference to outline an interesting framing of a common issue in football: turnovers. Turnovers are typically seen in a negative way and they are indeed the very worst way for an offensive possession to […]

  • No Such Problems

    No Such Problems

    It’s been hard to keep my head up this week. These kids were having no such problems in the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum back in July.

  • As The Test Wound Down

    As The Test Wound Down

    Took a couple of days to edit the photos from Day Four, but this one stood out. Amanda-Jade Wellington doing work as the test wound down.