Camp Bay, Roatan, Honduras


Got a call last week to shoot a story for The Washington Times on Calfee Park, the 9th oldest professional minor league baseball stadium still currently operating.

Below: Incoming owner David Hagan, left, stands with outgoing owner, Wayne Carpenter, in front of the original entrance to Calfee Park. Hagan and a business partner, Larry Shelor, purchased the park from Carpenter and his business partners, Tom Compton and Rick Mansell, who had operated the park for 25 years. The original entrance to the stadium dates back to 1935, when the park first opened as the Pulaski Athletic Field and was used primarily as a football stadium.



One of the dugouts at Calfee Field in Pulaski, VA, originally opened in 1935. A view of North Washington Avenue in Pulaski, Virginia.

Costa Rica until August

Enjoying the Pura Vida life!





Defying Gravity

Defying Gravity

The Virginia Tech cheerleaders perform at the opening ceremony for the Big Event on April 4th. Over 8,000 students volunteered in the community to honor the school’s motto, Ut Prosim.


Volunteering in Floyd

Volunteering in Floyd

Volunteers from the Virginia Tech Women’s Center clean up the side of Parkway Lane in Floyd, VA. Over 40 volunteers helped clean and cook food through a food pantry during a Women’s Day of Service.


Chinese New Year


Students celebrated the Chinese New Year at a gala on Saturday, March 1 in the Graduate Life Center at Virginia Tech. Here, the Forever Young Dance Club performs.

Virginia Tech snow day through a fisheye lens

Lane Stadium in the snow
Lane Stadium in the snow following a record-setting snowstorm.

VT97867_201404281923Students sled down a hill at the Virginia Tech golf course after classes were cancelled. There were disappointingly few lunch trays being used as sleds.

Snowday Football

Students play football on Virginia Tech's drillfield after classes were cancelled on February 13 due to a record 19 inches of snow overnight.

Students play football on Virginia Tech’s drillfield after classes were cancelled on February 13 due to a record 19 inches of snow overnight.