|It was alumnae day. I don't know everyone's name in |
this photo so I won't list the ones I do know. I will just
observe these are nice people.
This post is inspired by something the Dallas Diamonds did at the end of the game Saturday. It showed they're not only talented, they're really nice people. I'll report on that at the bottom of this post.
This got me thinking about the nice people I've met since I've been shooting Outlaws with my camera. I'm not certain exactly how but I'm going to introduce a "Nice People" theme with this blog featuring photos of some of the nice folks who are part of the Outlaws story. At first I thought I would devote one post to the topic but I quickly realized I have far too many nice-people photos for just one post. So I'm going to make this a theme, kind of like the "Random Fan Photo" thing I did in the early months of the blog.
Today's posting is just a beginning. Today I'm posting a few shots of fans, volunteers, and former players. And of course opponents, the Dallas Diamonds who so impressed me at the conclusion of Saturday's game.
I'll start with few fan photos. Sadly I don't know names. If you'd like to give me names I can always edit them into the blog posting. But these are photos of people who just strike me as nice folks.
|I don't know names, never met him or his daughter.|
But I love family shots like this. I think daughter and
dad photos fit my nice-people category.
|They don't know me but quickly respond when I point my|
camera their way. I get a good feeling when people respond
with a smile when I, a stranger, aim my camera at them.
|This is MaryLou Spence. One day I'll|
do a posting just featuring her. I
take photos at some Outlaws games.
MaryLou takes photos at all the games.
And at fund raisers and other events.
|The Dallas Diamonds extending the post-game greeting line to include injured Outlaw|
Stephanie Marshall, sidelined with damage to her leg.
|The Diamonds even extended the greeting to include a young Outlaw fan. The little girl|
with the striped shirt sitting next to Marshall - I'm going to have to find out her name.