My usual routine for the New York State Fair is to get up as early as possible, drive to Syracuse to get a good parking spot, and then enter the Fairgrounds. This year, I tried something different. Instead of driving out to Syracuse, I hopped aboard a Yankee Trails chartered bus. Different experience, to say…Read More
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So I just heard from the New York State Fair …
Long-time blog readers will note that during my summer-long “Competition Season,” I will undoubtedly mention something called the “Drive of Shame.” The “Drive of Shame” happens when, after the announcement of acceptances at the New York State Fair, I must make a trek to Syracuse and claim the rejected entries prior to the Fair’s Opening…Read More
My entries for the 2022 New York State Fair Photography Competition are …
Last year, I finally obliterated the “Syracurse” – a portmanteau of “curse” and “Syracuse,” a personal concept that my photos were good enough for every other competition EXCEPT for the New York State Fair. Last year, that Syracurse ended, as five of my six entries made the walls of the Harriet May Mills Art Center,…Read More
The reclaimed dunk: or, Edosomwan Admires His Handiwork.
One of the shots I posted online during my NBL Canada / TBL All-Star Game weekend was a photo of Sudbury Five 6’9″ power forward Zena Edosomwan. You know … this one. I liked it … I really did … but the more I looked at it, the less “liked” I liked about it. The…Read More