Favorite Photos

Every so often, you get a shot you really like for a bunch of different reasons. These are some of mine. Click to see full size.

Trying something different: standing on the top of a car hauler, shooting cars in a turn thru the tree. I just like the effect.
The last time I was with both of my sisters. We were together because of Mom’s funeral. Taken on the deck on our house in Waterbury.
My photography teacher told us to always be aware of backgrounds, so you don't have a tree growing out of someone's head. Since I took this shot over my shoulder, while on horseback, I thought the tree made the shot.
My photography teacher told us to always be aware of backgrounds, so you don’t have a tree growing out of someone’s head. Since I took this shot over my shoulder, while on horseback, I thought the tree made the shot.
I believe this is the finish of the last autocross run Brian Moran ever took. I was just lucky to get the moment of impact. He was too sick to run the following year. Damn cancer, stop picking on my friends!
Pete hated to have his picture taken, and he hated to wear a hat. Got both in this shot, and heard about it after I posted it online.
Brian and I were always flipping each other off. It’s the Irish way to say “Hello!”
Nick Fandacone at the top of the hill at Thompson Speedway before the construction. My choice was stand my ground, run in front of the car, or try to hide behind a full 80 pound tank of propane. I started looking a little closer at my surroundings after this.
Team 39 Official photo  All 3 vehicles have been sold.  It was still a lot of fun!
Carolyn at Punta Cana. Someone likes the concept of rum drink of the day.
I was trying to take a picture of Adam because of the moustache, and didn’t see the web. An example of a driver’s meeting that went too long.
Some people did not get the joke with Smokeshow the Subaru. The front bumper had a decal that said “Intake”
Just having a good time in the sunshine at the Pocono North Course. It’s more about the people than the speed.
This was the ribbon cutting for the Quiet Room at Myrtle Beach Airport. I got the ribbon sections in mid-air, just after the cut.
This was the ribbon cutting for the Quiet Room at Myrtle Beach Airport. I got the ribbon sections in mid-air, just after the cut.
Took this at the Shiver for the Shelter fundraiser in December of 2015. You can see the golf ball in air
Took this at the Shiver for the Shelter fundraiser in December of 2015. You can see the golf ball in air

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