A collection of non-basketball photos over the course of the two days I covered Arch Madness, the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament, in St. Louis.
A few behind the scenes photos from Arch Madness this weekend.
Photo locations and the court
A great diner with three locations around St. Louis. This location is off of Hampton Ave., just south of Forest Park.
The giant Amoco sign on the edge of Forest Park along Highway 40 is recognizable to anyone who has lived in St. Louis. Thursday night the fog was setting in on the way home and I thought it could make a good photo. While they didn’t turn out exactly as I hoped (and I was shooting a GX7 micro 4/3 camera handheld), I want to try again sometime soon to capture this sign.
I haven’t been shooting much high school sports the past few weeks, in part because of the ice storm, so I thought I’d make a few posts about what I’ve been up to. In addition to this post, look for:
- The giant Amoco sign
- Main Street in St. Charles
- The Courtesy Diner
The National Park Service turned 100 today. Here’s a few photos from my time in the parks.
This past Saturday I was fortunate enough to photograph Ben Loewnau’s engagement to Lexie Purcell at Babler State Park in Wildwood, Mo.
A few days earlier, Ben and I scouted out a location for me to hide and capture the surprise. Ben and Lexie hiked this trail during one of their first dates, so the location had special meaning.
I ended up hiding about 100 feet away behind a tree and was able to capture the moment: