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The Missoula Children’s Theatre spent the week practicing for Saturday’s two performances of Little Red Riding Hood at the Historic Palace Theatre in Luverne, MN. The Cast of 60 included Racoons, Wolves, Weeds and Fire. Photos from the show are available for viewing below and purchase in the gallery here.
Photos from the 2012 Relay for Life are now in the gallery. Click on photos below to view a larger image or click here to order prints online.
It’s good to have daddy home. Luverne’s National Guardsmen returned to hugs and kisses after a long year of serving our country in the Mideast. It was a perfect spring day for a fire department escort to the Luverne Armory.
Some days it seems like you’re always on the wrong side of the field. Luverne scored six touchdowns and Matt Overgaards second quarter reception was the only one I managed to capture. Photos from Tuesday’s game are in the gallery. Good Luck Cards!
Photos from Luverne’s October 7th 36-8 homecoming win over the Worthington Trojans and October 14th 48-12 win over the Lennox, SD Orioles are now in the gallery.
Brandon Klein’s touchdown reception against the Orioles.
The best touchdown photo of the year, almost. Brett Heronimous’s airborne touchdown effort against the Trojans was called back for a penalty.
It’s so cool that the drum majors get uniforms with capes. Who else gets capes? Superheroes. So in my book, that makes drum majors superheroes. Look at the power they wield over an entire field of musicians. Have you ever tried to get a musician to do anything? They’re a bunch of free-spirited creative types that are long on fun and short on, well, let’s just say it would take a superhero to get them to march together. It reminds me of that Todd Rundgren song about not working as much as drumming.
Photos from the Luverne Marching Band’s two halftime performances on September 23rd and October 7th are in one gallery HERE. I was on the east side of the field for the first performance and the west for the second. I learned the hard way that photographing a trombone player from their left side does not make for a great photo because their instrument covers their face, so that’s why there’s only a couple of trombones from the October performance.
Photos in the band gallery are for your viewing pleasure. I do this because I enjoy it. Feel free to print them out for your scrapbook or whatever. If you put one on Facebook, please tag me in the logo. Prints are also for sale for a nominal fee. They are hosted through SmugMug and printed and shipped from Bay Photo in California.
The Luverne High School Football team won the Battle Axe Game against the Pipestone Area High School Arrows by a score of 35 to 6. Photos from the game are in the gallery now.
Thanks go to the 15 senior football players for getting together after practice to do a photo shoot for this poster. Also, thanks to Nathan’s mom for her persistence helping to make this a reality.
Photos from Friday’s Rock County 4H Horse show are now in the gallery. Here’s a quick video of the Grand Entry.
A few favorites below:
Just in, a shipment of metal prints. These stunning images are printed on aluminum and they come in several different finishes. This cluster of four 12×12 images featuring the amazingly cute Ailynn, have a satin finish over a white base.
This next print is a black and white printed on the uncoated aluminum so the texture of the metal shows through. See the next photo for a close up that shows the grain.
The prints come backed with a metal hanger that holds them away from the wall about 1/2 inch so they look like they’re floating. It’s one of those products that you really have to see for yourself. I’m really jazzed about this new way to present images and We’ll be getting some more in the gallery soon.