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As of today consider this site a work in progress. Things just are to dated and in no way reflect my current level of competence. Look for lots of unannounced updates, and structure updates. A total redo if you will .. But it all has to start somewhere. Like now!
A cold day by the Bay.
Saturday the 27th of January, 2013 was the 17th Maryland State Police Polar Bear Plunge and my forth consecutive trip to cover the even. And as per the norm, it was cold (air temp 34°/ water 35° ) but sunny. A great time was had by all. While all the credit has to go the the plungers, some 11,000 of them who raised almost $2.000.000 for Special Olympics Maryland , In some aspects it's just as tough if not tougher on the media. For a lot of the plungers it's come an hour or so before, walk around, change, plunge, dry and change back. then go home. For our media team it was arrive at 0800, shoot the last 98Rock "Super Plunge" at 0900, then wander around shooting the normal and the maybe not so normal fellow attendees. Cover both the 1300 and 1500 plunges water side, shoot more and finally head for home around 1600. A long day in 35° weather to be sure. But I whine a bit too much, it could have been worse, like three years ago when it snowed and sleeted all day.. And I did get to photograph such notables as Miss Maryland, Miss Teen Maryland USA , Miss Teen DC USA
and Some of the Ravens Cheerleaders
did I mention Britney Girl Dale?
But apparently the Cold Air and Water Didn't Stop the Plungers from Having Fun.. So I guess a good time was had by all.