At the Port Angeles Fall Fest there were a lot of competitions including axe throwing and "Jack-and-Jill" sawing, plus chainsaw carving and off roading. All photos taken with a Nikon Z9 and 100-400mm lens from the stands.

At the Port Angeles Fall Fest there were a lot of competitions including the underhand chop, the springboard, and the log roll. All photos taken with a Nikon Z9 and a 100-400mm lens from the stands.

We went to the Port Angeles Fall Fest on Saturday to watch the timber sports competitions. It did not disappoint. All photos taken with a Nikon Z9 and 100-400mm lens from the stands.

The Tiffany chandelier suspended from the Washington state capitol dome, is 25 feet tall, suspended by 101 feet of chain, and is 50 feet above the floor and weighs 10,000 pounds. Taken with a Nikon Zfc, 14mm, 1/25s, f5.6, ISO 1250.

Grating over windows allowing light into the Washington state capitol building. Converted to black and white. Taken with a Nikon Zfc, 210mm, 1/320s, f8, ISO 900.

Who can forget the time that a photo I took was used as the cover for the 2006-2007 Virginia Tech University Directory. I believe that this was the last phone book published at Virginia Tech!

"Annual parade of flags kicks off International Week" -- an insert into the Virginia Tech Parent's Guide to the First-Year Experience for 2006-2007.

"Fraternity members seesaw to raise charity funds"

Published in the Virginia Tech Collegiate Times on October 13th, 2005.

"The Virginia Tech defense yielded just 35 Duke yards on Saturday -- a school record. The Hokie 'D' sacked the Blue Devils five times and scored a touchdown."

Published in the Virginia Tech Collegiate Times on September 13th, 2005.

"The key to Pasadena - 2005 Virginia Tech football preview"

Published in the Virginia Tech Collegiate Times in Spring 2005.

"This year's University Unions and Student Activities Showcase was a big success for students looking for organizations and clubs that would suit them."

Published in the Virginia Tech Collegiate Times on August 30th, 2005.

"'I work with a lot of colors and textures, and I make a lot of combinations that most people would not think to do," says Janey of his work."

Published in the Virginia Tech Collegiate Times on April 21st, 2005.

"Jay Silbernagel, freshman university studies major, (left) and Andrew Zai, sophomore electrical engineering major, (right) help build a ramp for a little girl in a wheelchair."

Published in the Virginia Tech Collegiate Times on April 26th, 2005.

"Police troopers check vehicles traveling on the I-81 Highway Safety Corridor."

Published in the Virginia Tech Collegiate Times on April 21st, 2005.

"Power Yoga Instructor Jenna Ruehmund starts the class out with easier positions such as 'sunflower,' before moving on to harder ones like 'the chair.'"

Published in the Virginia Tech Collegiate Times on April 30th, 2004.

"The above 'Luminaria' displayed the names of those lost to cancer on white paper bags with candles in them. Circle K participated in the Relay as well."

Published in the Virginia Tech Collegiate Times on April 6th, 2004.

"President Charles Steger addressed close to 250 students and members of the community to answer questions on the Charter Initiative."

Published in the Virginia Tech Collegiate Times on November 3rd, 2004.

"Most restaurants in Blacksburg offer smoking sections, and many don't have non-smoking sections. Nerv bans smoking in the entire restaurant."

Published in the Virginia Tech Collegiate Times on November 17th, 2004.

"Zeta Beta Tau members hand out equipment for their service project as a part of Tech's annual Big Event."

Published in the Virginia Tech Collegiate Times on April 12th, 2005.

"Quite a catch"

Published in the Virginia Tech Collegiate Times on February 24th, 2005.

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