Thursday, January 6, 2011

End of twenty ten

Here are some favorites from October, November, and December.
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Western Kentucky redshirt freshman defensive back Denton Allmon takes his place on the line of scrimmage during the second quarter of The Hilltoppers' the 33-6 homecoming loss to North Texas in Bowling Green on Saturday, October 30, 2010. Luke Sharrett/The College Heights Herald
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With 2:32 left on the game clock Junior Kicker Casey Tinius' 34 yard field goal attempt fell short after being tipped at the line of scrimmage by Middle Tennessee State University, cementing WKU's 27-26 loss at home, Saturday November 20, 2010. Luke Sharrett/The College Heights Herald

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WKU Junior running back Avery Hibbitt casts an anxious look toward the pitch inside Houchens-Smith stadium before taking the field for Western's last home football game of the 2010 season. The Hilltoppers' hopes of at least one win at home was dashed in a 27-26 loss to Middle Tennessee State. Luke Sharrett/The College Heights Herald
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Western Kentucky Sophomore wide receiver Dexter Haynes says a sideline prayer before kickoff of WKU's last home game of the 2010 season, Saturday November 20, 2010. Luke Sharrett/The College Heights Herald
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Sophomore linebacker Tavis Ciochetty comforts fellow sophomore linebacker Tyler Julian on the sidelines as the game clock ran down in the fourth quarter, sealing WKU's 33-6 loss against North Texas in Bowling Green on Saturday afternoon, October 30, 2010. Luke Sharrett/The College Heights Herald

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Head Coach Travis Hudson rallies the Lady Toppers during a time-out in the midst of the second game of WKU's final home match of the season against Middle Tennessee State in Diddle Arena, Friday, November 12, 2010. WKU lost to MTSU 3-0. Luke Sharrett/The College Heights Herald

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Floyd Knobs, Ind. freshman setter Melanie Stutsman sets the ball during the Lady Toppers' third game against rivals Middle Tennessee State at home in Diddle Arena on Friday, November 12, 2010. WKU lost to MTSU 3-0. Luke Sharrett/The College Heights Herald

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My remote camera setup. Canon 1D Mark IV & 135mm f/2.

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A Middle Tennessee State fan signals match point against WKU during the final round of the 2010 Sun Belt Conference Volleyball Championship in Murfreesboro, Tenn., Saturday night, November 20, 2010. WKU lost 3-1 to MTSU. Luke Sharrett/The College Heights Herald.

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Hilltopper fan junior Tray Allen and WKU cheerleader junior Beth Anne Ralph stand for homecoming portraits on campus before Saturday afternoon's football game in Bowling Green, Ky. September 30, 2010. Luke Sharrett/The College Heights Herald
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A man who identified himself only as "Santa" stands for a homecoming portrait on campus before Saturday afternoon's football game in Bowling Green, Ky. September 30, 2010. Luke Sharrett/The College Heights Herald
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Senior Groundskeeper Joseph Taylor of Bowling Green is seen before starting his rounds to pick up litter outside the Downing University Center on WKU's campus, Wednesday, December 1, 2010. Taylor, a nine-year veteran of WKU's groundskeeping crew, dreams of enrolling in classes on the hill to become a history teacher, but is stuck picking up litter and cigarette butts for the time being. "People are always complaining about cigarette butts," Taylor said. "But to me, that's job security."
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International student Gongbo Liang is pictured under a projection of Chinese characters meaning "journey," signifying the roughly 6,562 miles "as the crow flies" from Shenyang, China, to Bowling Green. Liang came to WKU in August 2009 to pursue a major in folk studies.
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(Left) 91 year-old Mae Wesley's home outside Eubank, Ky. on September 26, 2008.
(Right) The Wesley's new house outside Eubank, Ky. two years later on September 25, 2010.
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Eubert Wesley lives with his 91 year-old mother Mae and two brothers along the train tracks in rural Eubank, Ky, farming and working at a mattress factory in nearby Somerset.
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19 year-old trainhopper "Skooba Steve" takes a drag from his cigarette while panhandling on the 13th Street Pedestrian Mall in downtown Denver, Co. Steve and friends arrived into Denver the previous day from Fort Collins and were looking to catch a freight train South to New Orleans for Halloween.
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Steve shows off a necklace of beer tabs and keys found during his travels hopping freight trains in the Midwest United States.
Thanks for looking!
**Photos Copyright Luke Sharrett and The College Heights Herald**




1 comment:

Katherine said...

I love that last shot. ^_^