Thursday, January 31, 2008

A Change of Pace

Can you believe this is the last day in January already? Seems the older I get the faster the days seem to go by. We are going to try something a little different this week with the blog. Instead of our usual chronological approach to life we are taking a different tack and publishing the photographs in alphabetical order. Don't ask me why, I guess I'm just trying to be difficult at my age.


I think the title of this painting is The 422 Drive-In. It's hanging in the Boilerhouse where art students work on their projects on the campus of Saint Francis University. Unfortunately, I have no idea who the artist is.


Red Triangle - a study in red and white.


Several buildings on a large piece of land are being torn down in Northern Cambria to make way for a new twenty-four hour Sheetz convenience store. This was once a bar known as Davy's.


I guess you noticed the "Danger Asbestos" sign in the previous photograph. Well, these two guys are part of the crew that were removing the asbestos material from the building.


Saint Francis University men's basketball Coach Bobby Jones being interviewed by the Fox Sports channel out of Pittsburgh, PA during the Saint Francis University - Central Connecticut State University basketball game on Saturday 26 January 2008.


Bob's Garage, Route 219, Carrolltown, PA.


Construction Worker.


A home on Sample Street, Ebensburg, PA.


Evergreens in Snow.


A closeup of the glass panel in a 1970s door inside the JFK Student Center.


J.D., a former co-worker of mine when I was a videographer working for WJAC-TV, Channel 6, Johnstown, PA. He was covering Tuesday's fire in Patton.


Jennifer, Art Student.


John F. Kennedy Student Center on the campus of Saint Francis University, Loretto, PA.


Ice skater.


Officer Mike Rematt, Hastings Borough Police Force.


Another of the buildings being demolished to make way for the new supersized Sheetz store in Northern Cambria, PA is this old church. It also has the "Danger Asbestos" warning on the outside.


Photography Student.


My basketball shot of the week shows #11 of Saint Francis, guard Marquis Ford, going for the basket against CCSU players #35 Tristan Blackwood and #5 Aaron Hall.


Central Cambria High School Swimmer.


You know your responsibilities. No other words needed.


Looking out the window of the Boilerhouse.


Winter scene shot along Route 219 heading North out of Ebensburg, PA.

1 comment:

tim said...

Hey....I used to report for WTAJ in Cambria. I didn't know you had TV news in your blood too.
I remember working around JD from WJAC back in the day too...
We had some good news stories in that area......
Give JD a holler if you see him around again, please.
Thank you!
Tim Boyles