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Nats Pitcher Stephen Strasburg's Delivery

Hello Everyone! I’m back after slacking off for some time now, and DCist decided to use this composite for their article calling out the Nats for the second half. I hope that these Nats images, and some images from Caps development camp will kickstart the creative juices getting me going on this blog again.

aka the Affable Mad Bomber

Dunn really got his arms extended!

Bernadina flies home

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Bethany Beach Make-a-wish Triathlon

Bethany Beach Make-a-wish Triathlon

WeLoveDC used this picture of Marji for their article about DC’s bike friendliness – especially for women. She trained like mad and did a great job at the triathlon so its great to see her effort get rewarded with some publicity.

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Pregame on the VC Scoreboard

Pregame on the VC Scoreboard

Last night, Robin and I took part in what has become our new tradition, celebrate our anniversary with the opening of hockey season. The Caps put on a show against the Bruins in their opener on the road and were coming home to face the Leafs. The only real question was if the Maple Leafs propensity for violence could put the Caps off their game and literally beat them into submission (especially without long time enforcer Donald Brashear). Coming back for our second year as season ticket holders, we greeted others who would be sharing our section for the next 42 games and settled into our now familiar vantage from the upper deck. Everyone loves the on the ice feel of the lower bowl, but sitting at the blue line in the front rows of the mezzanine means we have a great view of the whole ice and get to see every play develop from corner to corner. This meant that we had  a great view of the first two periods as the Caps precision passing and sound defense (yes, sound defense) gave them a 6-1. Unfortunately, it also meant we could clearly see the wide open passing lanes and poor positioning that allowed the Leafs to make the score much closer than the game seemed. All in all, it was a great night to be in Chinatown.

Yes she blinked, but we only took one cause we wanted to get dinner!

Yes she blinked, but we only took one cause we wanted to get dinner!

Opening faceoff at VC 2009-10

Opening faceoff at VC 2009-10

VC Rocking the Red

lVC Rocking the Red

Update: WeLoveDC used the opening faceoff as part of their Weekend Flashback 10/2-10/4/09! WeLoveDC loves my hockey pics, apparently even when I  take them with Robin’s pink camera.

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Ovechkin lays the lumber on Green

Ovechkin lays the lumber on Green

WeLoveDC loves my sports pics! This one appears in their 2009-2010 Caps Season Preview. This image is from training camp and shows how hard the team practiced. These two veterans? had no doubts about making the team, but even in a scrimmage they were trading hooks and slashes to get any advantage. Hopefully, they will play this hungry all season and make it to the finals so I can see Detroit lift the Cup here!

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Reliever Tyler Clippards pitching motion

Reliever Tyler Clippard's pitching motion

WeLoveDC used this image as part of its Weekend Flashback for 9/25 – 9/27. I shot these during the Nats 100th loss of the season, then combined the 5 consecutive together using GIMP, a free open source image editing program (because I can’t afford Adobe Photoshop right now). These types of images take quite a while to put together, but if they were shot well provide a unique look at action.

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Mike Knuble battles Sean Collins for the puck

Seen on DCist!

Dcist used this image from  Caps Training Camp for their recap of last nights game. Robin and I were at the Verizon Center for the game, sitting in the lower bowl because preseason games never fill up. The offense was fantastic! The Caps top line demonstrated some beautiful passing and finishing, and newcomer Mike Knuble showed why he was signed by scoring a goal off his leg in front of the net and a pretty wrister from the top of the slot. Alexander Semin flashed one of the most beautiful feeds I’ve seen in a long time on the powerplay, with a no look, behind the back pass right onto Ovechkin’s stick. Ov then easily beat Chicago’s (probable backup) goalie Corey Crawford. It was a great 1st night of the hockey season for us.

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Rookie Dubuc takes the shot on veteran Theo

Rookie Dubuc takes the shot on veteran Theo

This shot was part of the weekend flashback on WeLoveDC for 9/11 – 9/13. Again, Chris got on too, with his picture of Laura Tsaggaris who opened for the Proclaimers.

Update: DCist used this photo for their article about the opening of Caps Training Camp.

Knuble leads Poti and Ovechkin as they skate their laps

Knuble leads Poti and Ovechkin as they skate their laps

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