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#1 Fan

One of the many photos that fellow photog Sarah Phipps and I took of high school basketball fans at the Oklahoma State High School Basketball championships.

Sidewalk Walker

Spent some time with a man who works as Uncle Sam being a sidewalk/street advertiser during one of his busiest times of the year before the April 15th tax deadline.

Going Old School

Had some fun with my son as I took him back to the grass roots the sport I grew up with, the one and only BMX. He has been wanting to perfect his jumping skills a bit, so I thought it best to teach him the way I learned we went old school style. We propped a board up on some bricks and paint cans, and let him hit it get some ‘rad air’. Ahhhh yes the good times and good memories.


Meet Rachael she makes great photos.

MLK Parade

Thousands came out to pay tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. in a parade to celebrate his birthday in downtown Oklahoma City.

State Representative Anastasia Pittman carries a portrait of Martin Luther King Jr. during the Martin Luther King Jr. parade in downtown on Monday, Jan. 17, 2011, in Oklahoma City, Okla. Photo by Chris Landsberger

No Obstacle Will Slow Them Down

Spc. Lawrence Guerro, of Albuquerque, New Mexico, falls to his back as he practices with other wounded U.S. Army members going through sitting volleyball training to represent the Army in the 2011 Warrior Games at the University of Central Oklahoma Wellness Center on Friday, Jan. 7, 2011, in Edmond, Okla. Photo by Chris Landsberger

It was an amazing sight of will and determination as well as an honor, when I had the opportunity to see our wounded heroes of the U.S. Army face down another challenge. They have not let the challenge of loosing a limb slow them down, but instead chose to gathered at the University of Central Oklahoma to face down the task of learning to play sitting volleyball in effort to again represent their country in the 2011 Warrior Games

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