During the last week I took the team photos for both the boys and girls water polo teams at Metea Valley High School.
Metea stood strong to our commitment to the message of “DUI is not an accident… it’s a Crime!”. Images below are from The Senior Mock DUI Presentation. It was a powerful re-enactment complete with all of our city’s emergency support services present.
A BigThanks to Joy Ross.
This is the second set of individual photos taken before a game. The first was in our black (Home) caps – this session was in our white (visitor) caps.
Sample photos from Race 1 at Concept Haulers Motor Speedway in Norway,
Metea Valley High School Mustangs Boys Water Polo Players. Most of the players were present for the pre game warm up Tues when I took action images of the players on the team. Those missing will get their photos taken later.
The images below are from our travels leaving the Sandoval Lake Lodge. After crossing the lake with our guide and porter we hiked 2 miles to the location where we meet our boat ride back to Puerto Maldonado.
Once we finished with our cruz and left Lima we flew to Puerto Maldonado and then traveled on to Sandoval Lake. We spent four nights at the lodge on the lake. The lake can only be reached by taking a 30 min boat ride up the river to your jumping off point. Then hiking 2 miles (of mud in the wet season) where you find your boat for a trip across the lake to the lodge. I forgot to say that the mud is a foot deep in some places so it is slow going but well worth it.
The images below are from our stay.
Our recent cruz finished in Lima Peru. We had booked a tour that visited some of the Monasteries in the central city. As it turned out we traveled between the Monasteries by walking through the City Square. The date for this venture was Feb. 2nd and we stumbled on a parade.
Virgen de la Candelaria (Candlemas), Puno lives up to its billing as Folk Capital of the Americas with this festival, which gathers more than 200 musicians and dance troupes. On the festival’s main day, February 2, the Virgen is led through the city in a colorful procession of priests and pagans carefully maintaining the hierarchy. Especially thrilling is the dance of the demons, or la diablada. Dancers in wild costumes and masks blow panpipes and make offerings to the earth goddess Pachamama.
The images below were taken while walking from one location to another.