Tough Mudder 2013 ~ One Tough Mudder

Tough Mudder 2013-1  {Cage Crawl}

Tough Mudder 2013-2  {Starting Line}

Tough Mudder 2013-3{Course Guide: 18+ obstacles, 11+ miles}

Tough Mudder 2013-4{After, the Arctic Enema}

Tough Mudder 2013-5 {On top of the Berlin Walls}

Tough Mudder 2013-6{What’s my number?}

Tough Mudder 2013-7{King of the Mountain}

Tough Mudder 2013-8 {One Tough Mudder}

Tough Mudder 2013-9  {Electric Eel}

Tough Mudder 2013-10  {Up and Over, the Berlin Walls}

Tough Mudder 2013-11  {Berlin Walls}

Tough Mudder 2013-12  {Hazard!}

Tough Mudder 2013-13  {More mud, please?}

Tough Mudder 2013-14  {Boa Constrictor}

Tough Mudder 2013-15  {Mud Mile}

Tough Mudder 2013-16  {One Tough Mudder}

Tough Mudder 2013-17  {Just the Tip}

Tough Mudder 2013-18{Finish Line}

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“The Senior”

“The Senior”

Over the next two semesters, I will be shooting on location, as well as in studio, posed and captured images of this beautiful lady to document her senior year…check again later as I upload sneak-peaks & behind the scene images & video!

The Senior Project

“The Gathering” ~ A Native American Gathering

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Louis Salinas, an Aztec Indian of Mexico City, Mexico, joins members of other native American tribes in Wilkesboro, North Carolina over the weekend, September 20 – 22, 2013, as they celebrate their diverse community.
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Kayenta Cruz, 7, of Hopi/Aztec descent, takes part in a lively jingle dance during the Native American Gathering, Sunday, September 22, 2013.
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A variety of colors and styles were on display Sunday, September 22, 2013, as members and descendants of native American tribes from all across the North American continent came together for a powwow during the Native American Gathering in Wilkesboro, North Carolina.
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June Ward, representing the Lumbee tribe and a member of the Native American Gatherers commitee which planned the Native American Gathering, joins in the festivities as the three-day event unfolded, September 20, 2013 – September 22, 2013.
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Rosanne Salinas, of Mexico City, Mexico, joins members of other native American tribes as they celebrate their diverse community.
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Native American paraphernalia was on display Sunday, September 22, 2013, as members and descendants of native American tribes from all across the North American continent came together for a powwow during the Native American Gathering in Wilkesboro, North Carolina.
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Linda “Swift Fawn”, of the Mattaponi tribe of Virginia, wears trational dress as she dances around the powwow grounds during the Native American Gathering Sunday, September 22, 2013.
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June Ward, front, representing the Lumbee tribe and a member of the Native American Gatherers commitee which planned the Native American Gathering, shares a laugh with Mikko Ayo (translated ‘chiefhawk’), of the Muskogee Creek tribe, as Jerry Ward (back) looks on. The trio joined in the festivities as the three-day event unfolded, September 20, 2013 – September 22, 2013.
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Louis Salinas, an Aztec Indian of Mexico City, Mexico, dances around the powwow arena in a traditional Aztec dance during the Native American Gathering in Wilkesboro, North Carolina.
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KipperLynn BearCrowe Poore, 40, of the Blackfeet (Sioux) tribe, makes faces at the crowd during the Native American Gathering Sunday, September 22, 2013.
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David Spirit Wolf Lowery, of the Cherokee Wolf clan, is wearing the ragalia of his heritage as he takes part during the Native American Gathering Sunday, September 22, 2013.
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Rosanne Salinas, of Mexico City, Mexico, describes the cultural history behind the Aztec dance as she joins members of other native American tribes as they celebrate their diverse community.

“The Gathering”

The Gathering-1KipperLynn BearCrowe Poore, 40, a descendant of the Blackfeet tribe or Sioux tribe, stands in traditional dress as he takes part in the Native American Gathering Sunday, September 22, 2013.

COMING SOON

On Sunday, September 22, descendants of the native tribes of the North American continent gathered together at the W. Kerr Scott Dam and Reservoir to celebrate their heritage, sense of community, and the value they place on family – drawing people of all walks of life to share in their “Native American Gathering”

…Check back for more photos from the Native American Gathering…