What did you do with your semester?
This is a cross section of what my students were doing. These are in reverse chronological order.
What these pictures have in common is that they are all "action shots" and unposed, although some of the subjects knew they were being photographed at the time and struck funny or silly poses.
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"Dead-eye Dierdre," ready to shoot.
Snorri, the Womerlippi Farm rental ram, ramming it up for the camera.
Me, working on the decibel-linked anemometer for the Fox Islands Wind project
Ervin, one of our local Amishmen, climbs his turbine. He needs to get a safety harness.
Ervin concentrates on some welding
Kaylee and Heather board some boarding boards
SAR team students on a mock evacuation
Teaching the horizontal lower using the tandem system.
My favorite classroom setting
Getting ready for the lower
Learning to rappel
Spreading "mud" for the barn foundation: a dance choreography
Tough customers: Who you lookin' at?
A trenchant Unity character.
Cody on the tower at our Charleston wind assessment site
Worm's eye view of a Freedom turbine
An Aaron in the wet