Week 14

Baseball, soccer, track and field, lacrosse, dudes in high heels, the Special Olympics and a Bat Mitzvah. This week was the most fun I’ve had shooting in quite a while. I kept real busy and had the pleasure of working with a new camera. I had a couple of shoots for a project I’m working on as well. It’s warming up here in Michigan and I think I’m beginning to find my groove.

The Great Lakes Loons lineup before the start of their home opener game versus Great Lakes Loons win home opener versus the Cedar Rapids Kernels, Tuesday, April 8, 2014 at the Dow Diamond in Midland.

Joey Curletta of the Great Lakes Loons practices batting during their home opener versus the Cedar Rapids Kernels, Tuesday, April 8, 2014 at the Dow Diamond.

Kaylee Pilz of Nouvel Catholic Central collides with a Tawas goaltender during their match, Monday, April 7, 2014 at Nouvel.

Ashley Rawson of Clare runs in the girls 400 meter event at a triangular track meet between Hemlock, Merrill and Clare, high schools, Wednesday April 9, 2014 at Hemlock. Rawson placed sixth.

Jason Rabie of Hemlock takes a breather after the boys 800 meter event during a triangular track meet between Hemlock, Merrill and Clare, Wednesday April 9, 2014 at Hemlock. Ayers won first in the event and Hemlock was disqualified. Rabie finished third w

Chase Field of Clare competes in the boys pole vault event at a triangular track meet between Hemlock, Merrill and Clare, high schools, Wednesday April 9, 2014 at Hemlock. Field’s best vault was 10’ 6”.

Heritage’s Jacob Zazo, right, loses control of the ball as he is defended Bay City Central’s Ramankiss Williams, Thursday, April 10, 2014 at Heritage. Heritage won 7-1.

From left, Heritage’s Collin Fritch, Neil Gollapudi and Andrew Yanna listen to their coach speak while in a huddle at the half.

From left, Mark Commisso, Jeff Libmann and Jay Peplimski hold signs during the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event, Friday, April 11, 2014 at Birch Run Premium Outlets. The annual international event is aimed at bringing attention to rape, sexual assault and g

Men in high heels line up before embarking on the mile-long walk.

Special Olympian Cody Packard, 19, a student at the Transition Center, celebrates after winning the 400 meter walk event during the Area 22 Special Olympics summer games, Friday, April 11, 2014 at the Saginaw Valley State University Ryder Center.

Children dance at a party for Ben Schrier’s Bat Mitzvah, Saturday, April 12 in Saginaw.

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