I never look forward to selecting my “best” year-end photos.
Along with the few that might be considered successful are the hundreds, no, thousands of also rans and downright failures that once again stare me straight in the eye. Well, failures might be too harsh since as a working photojournalist everything I shoot must at least be of service to the story I happen to be working on.
Here then are 21 pictures from 2014 that I feel deserve a second and in some cases a first viewing. All were taken for or while on assignment for the New Times. Some have been in print, others on our website and more than a few have sat in folders on my desktop waiting for a chance to be seen.
Sumo Wrestling, Turning Stone Casino.
Lowering West Genesee Street below railroad bridge.
Turkish flag raising ceremony, City Hall.
In the stands, Oswego Speedway.
Lunchtime, Armory Square.
Election night, Congressman elect, John Katko.
Veteran at Memorial Day Watch Fire.
Civil War Week-end Petersboro.
Spring open house, Sycamore Hill Garden, Marcellus.
Cloudburst, Bluegrass Ramble Picnic.
Madison-Bouckville Antique Week.
Horticulture Building, New York State Fair.
Waiting in line to ride, Wade Midway, New York State Fair.
West Shore Trail, Onondaga Lake.
Greased Pole Climb, Jordan Fall Festival.
Stars and stripes and more stripes, Jordan Fall Festival.
Mud Run, Skaneateles.
On deck, Opening Day 2014.
Early season enthusiasm, SU Football, Carrier Dome.
Cash slot machines come to the Turning Stone Casino.
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