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Monday, May 24, 2010

Let The Games Begin, Again.

5-20-10-8 WVSHILLS1South Hills High School's #3 Richard Rollice watches as Montebello's #1 Daniel Lopez falls over him after sliding out into second base during varsity baseball in West Covina, Thursday, May 20, 2010. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Eric Reed)

Our profession is often based on creativity and originality in photographing the things we photograph A LOT! So the 'games' are literal and metaphorical because the challenge is to 'see' the same things over and over with a little better attitude. Trust me, this is not easy. It is easier to just get what passes and move on, sometimes that is all the time your given, but when and if it is at all possible - look for something completely different.

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About 100 students graduate during the University of La Verne's College of Law Commencement, Sunday, May 23, 2010 at University of La Verne's Sports Science and Athletics Pavilion. Commencement speaker was the Honorable Irene Khan, former Secretary General of Amnesty International. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Eric Reed)
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Scott Tsai of Monterey Park plays video games at Infinity Arcade in Rowland Heights Tsai is a player in the "Save the Arcade" contest. Infinity is one of three arcades in the nation that has been selected to participate in the contest. Players donate their points from the online game to the arcade of their choice and by June 15th the arcade with the highest score wins $25,000 to be used towards new and fixing popular older games. Saturday, May 15, 2010. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Eric Reed)

Fork U

You know the old expression "Just stick a fork in it?" Well, I aint done.

Bob Stane sits at The Fork in the Road at the division of Pasadena Avenue and St. John, Monday, May 24, 2010, a piece of guerrilla artwork that's become a big favorite locally, must be moved from its Caltrans island by the first week of June. Ken Marshall who installed the giant fork as a birthday prank for his friend Stane, six months ago, is looking for its new home. SGVN/Staff Photo by Eric Reed