A Solon player raises his helmet above the team that stormed the field in triumph after ending Regina’s amazing 56-game win streak.
I sped back from manning/disassembling a booth at FryFest to capture the 4th quarter and overtime of this great game. Delirious with excitement and fatigue, I sent the desk a photo for the paper by using the Wi Fi in my camera to transfer it to my phone while I was stuck in traffic. And…they ran out of space and couldn’t use my photos from the game that night, anyway.
"The Ganges River is considered holy from its start at the foothills of the Himalayas to its end 2,500 km away in the Bay of Bengal.
For the over 400 million people who live along it’s length, the Ganges serves multiple roles. From supporting agriculture in the province of Uttar Pradesh to transportation in Bihar, the Ganges serves a spiritual role for the millions of Hindus who come from across India to bathe and wash away sin in her waters.”
Tony Rodriguez is a digital illustrator from Tampa, Fl,USA. His work infuses flat color with bold line to convey a sense of spontaneity and simplicity. Although the art is created digitally, it has the look of traditional pen and ink gestural and expressionistic drawings.