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Wednesday, July 21, 2010
Wednesday, April 7, 2010
Many times I am pressed for time so I don't get to the blog to post updates, but instead post something on our Action-Pics Photo Facebook page. Become a fan of Action-Pics Photo on Facebook by going here.
Saturday, March 27, 2010
Going on now for a limited time (sales ends March 30th, 2010), all pictures are 25% off at Action-Pics. If you've been putting off ordering pictures for scrapbooks or graduation gifts/displays, now is your time to save some money! Simple put together your order and enter the Coupon Code: spring when checking out. The sale does not apply to custom picture work.
Thursday, January 28, 2010
Despite being over half way through the season Way-Co and Bath meet for the first time on Friday. Bath, in the same way that they have all season, jumped out to a quick double-digit lead early in the second quarter. Way-Co, the defending Class BB champion, would make a run and would tie the game going into half. The third quarter stayed tight with Way-Co outscoring Bath 7-5 to take a 2 point lead into the fourth. In the final frame, Way-Co got the stops they needed while Bath struggled to get the ball in the basket. Above, University of Hartford (DI) bound, Alyssa Englert of Way-Co attempts to get a shot over Bath's Rachel Oest. You can see more pics from the game by clicking on the picture above.
Saturday, September 12, 2009
Under the Friday night lights, soccer style, visiting Alfred-Almond handed Haverling a 3-0 loss. With rainy conditions Haverling couldn't get anything going as they were outshot 15-2. A-A's Kalee Mulheissen first half goal at the 11:19 mark would prove to be enough as the A-A defense refused to give Haverling any good looks at the goal. A-A would tack on two more second half goals with Mary Hendee scoring twice. In the picture above, A-A's Hannah Holmok jogs out during pre-game introductions. You can view the full gallery of pics from the game by clicking on the picture above. You'll several pictures that I converted to black and white. The black and white picture when placed in a black bordered glass frame look great hung on the wall. Any pictures in any of the galleries can be converted to black and white. Just send me an email with the filename (found under the larger version of the picture) and I'll convert it for you.