Photo from the Lee Bridge in Richmond
Photo at the Virginia War Memorial
Daniel Thompson climbs a fallen oak tree to get a better look at the damage to his house on Atlee Rd. in Mechanicsville on Sunday evening. 15 thousand were without power after the storms.
University of Richmond senior Darien Brothers, historically on this blog for his basketball prowess, arrived for UR commencement exercises Sunday at a familiar venue- the Robins Center, home of Spider basketball – for recognition of his skills in the classroom. Brothers was one of nearly 900 graduates to obtain a degree in the annual spring [...]
As I walked around Virginia Museum of Fine Arts on rainy Sunday afternoon, four bronze sculptures captured my attention by realities of French sculpture, Isidore-Jules Bonheur, and placement of art works. Then, this specific sculpture, ‘Horse and Jockey’ drew my attention because the jockey seems to calm down his horse as museum visitors pass by.
Sometimes an image will catch your eye for one reason or another. And in this case I think it was the pink dress and the total innocence the little girl exhibited while putting herself on display in the window of a downtown business. The photo was captured with an iPhone 5. I only shot one [...]
At the last Public Square meeting here at the Times-Dispatch Tuesday, March 26, 2013, I presented a small cross-section of the work I’ve done for the paper over the last 45 years and I’d like to share a few examples with you. The new digital cameras we use, such as the Canon EOS1 DX are [...]
Clara, 6, center left, and her sister Louisa Sirois, 3, of Henrico County, dance together with tunes by St. Andrew’s Legion Pipes and Drums during St. Patty’s Palooza at Innsbrook on Saturday, March 16, 2013. The celebration is benefiting St. Baldrick’s Foundation for childhood cancer research and support.
Science Museum of Virginia “science catalyst” David Olli points to a video sphere of the sun at the museum in Richmond on Thursday March 14, 2013 for “Pi in the Sky,” which celebrates the day for its numerical similarity to the number Pi (3.14).
VCU’s “Ramburglar” Briante Weber has pestered foes with his defensive speed all season, but just how quick is the sophomore guard? Clocked by the internal timing device on our digital cameras, Weber knocked the ball loose from Butler’s Roosevelt Jones on a file tagged at 1:10:14 pm and slammed (shown here) at 1:10:16 pm. Quick [...]