I recently photographed a wedding for Colin and Dana, who are from Central New Jersey. The reception was in Belmar so it was a perfect opportunity to get some great portraits on the beach before the sun came down. The images were captured with a Canon 1Ds Mark III with a 35/1.4 lens and a single Quantum QFlash T5d for my flash.
Belmar, NJ, USA; 12 November 2010 Friday: Dana and Colin’s Wedding. Mandatory Photo Credit: Alex Cena
11 November 2010: Festivities at the Veteran’s Memorial in Milford, Pennsylvania. Mandatory Credit: Alex Cena
I recently was at the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York one morning to watch and photograph two cadet regiments form up on the Parade Grounds. Seated in the viewing stands were a group of World War II veterans. I’m not sure what drew me to capture a close-up of this particular veteran. Maybe it was his expression or maybe it was because of the way the morning sun seamed to project a spotlight on his face. Whatever the reason, he reminds me of the following quote “A Soldier is someone, who at one point in their life, wrote a blank check made payable to their country for an amount up to, and including their life!!!” This hero certainly did that and judging from his cap so did his three sons.
07 November 2010: The Lehigh Mountain Hawks pose with the trophy after winning the 2010 Patriot League Women’s Soccer Championship Final held at Clinton Field in West Point, New York. Lehigh defeated Army 1-0. Mandatory Credit: Alex Cena
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WEST POINT, N.Y. – Lehigh’s Liz Carlos’ goal in the 76th minute snapped a scoreless tie, and the No. 3 seeded Mountain Hawks (11-4-4) made that stand in a 1-0 upset win over top-seeded Army (14-4-3) in the championship game of the Patriot League Women’s Soccer Tournament Sunday afternoon at Clinton Field. Lehigh captured its first-ever title along with earning the automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.
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WEST POINT, N.Y. – Air Force quarterback Tim Jefferson completed just three passes but two went for long touchdowns as the Falcons claimed the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy with a 42-22 victory over Army, Saturday afternoon at a sold-out Michie Stadium.