I feel like I have been working non-stop for weeks now. Thus, this Shots of the Week is a combo showing some of my favorite stuff from the past couple of weeks. I'll let the images and video speak for themselves since it is a lot to recall and I don't want this post to take up the whole blog. As always, all the assignments that I've been shooting become learning experiences as I aim to shoot differently than I have in the past. Different angles, techniques, etc. In the end, quality over quantity is my overarching goal these days. Enjoy.
Flight nurse Ian Curnow shows senior nursing students a drug bag that is carried in medical helicopters on Friday at the Campus Recreation Fields Complex. Curnow and his flight crew landed a helicopter on the field at the beginning of training and gave tours of the components that they use on a daily basis. (The Shorthorn: Andrew Buckley)
Nursing students could examine two medical mannequins with various simulated injuries on Friday. Each mannequin uses interchangeable parts that can be switched out to fit the needs of training. (The Shorthorn: Andrew Buckley)
A LARPing Good Time
Shorthorn reporter Will Johnson, left, is taught a valuable lesson by veteran LARPer Will Curtis before a battle game on Saturday at Veterans Park in Arlington.
Burkburnett resident Justin Watson defends himself from an attacker during a ditch battle at Veterans Park on Saturday. Watson created his unique shield by using his sister’s baby blanket and said that he “has never heard a bad comment” about it. (The Shorthorn: Andrew Buckley)
Fight Night 2010
Scott Nye prepares for the next round of his match against David Trejo on Thursday during Sigma Chi's 23rd annual Fight Night at Cowboys Dance Hall in Arlington.
Great expectations follow head coach Scott Cross into this season after last year’s early dismissal from the Southland Conference Tournament. Over the offseason, Cross poured over player profile, stats and more to prepare for the upcoming season with new, young squad. (The Shorthorn: Andrew Buckley)
After playing together for nine years, senior guard Tamara Simmons, left, and senior forward Shalyn Martin have cultivated a bond that reaches beyond the court as best friends and roommates. Simmons and Martin have become dominant forces at UTA as they aim to take the conference championship this season. (The Shorthorn: Andrew Buckley)