Archive: November, 2009
Comcast Corp. ordered 100,000 DEVO-esque shades for visitors to experience the visual effects of their "Holiday Spectacular in 3-D" on the giant video wall in the lobby of the tallest building between New York and Chicago. Click here, or on the picture of employees and an artful mannequin, for a photo gallery from Tuesday's preview.
The First Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry color guard waits for their cue to present colors before opening the annual fundraising breakfast for the Committee of Seventy. Click here, or on the picture for a photo gallery.
Celebrating adoptive families and marking 10th anniversary of National Adoption Day, courtrooms around the country opened their doors to finalize the adoptions of children from foster care. The Camden County Surrogate's Office held a luncheon and a reception in their offices on Friday as the judge signed final adoption orders, granting parents permanent, legal custody of their children.
Brand new dad Walter Russell of Monroe Township turned a cubicle into a feeding station as he found a quiet spot to give a bottle to seven month old son Christian. Mom is Eileen Bertolino-Russell.
Residents watch police and firefighter activity at the scene of a fatal crash in their Pennsauken neighborhood. Police said a man was killed when he lost control of his SUV and it slammed into a tree.
I was photographing New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine at an early morning election day get-out-the-vote rally in South Jersey (after covering the SEPTA strike in pre-dawn). I knew we'd get election night wire photos later, so I figured I was shooting head shots for our website and maybe an early newspaper edition.
The morning light was really pretty (for some reason not many political rallies start real early). And there was a really big backlit flag. So I shot a lot (did I mention a big flag?).