It is that time of year in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The green and gold clothing comes out of storage. The kids are getting up early to drive to the stadium with their bikes. Thousands gather at Ray Nitschke Field. Yep, it is Green Bay Packers training camp.
I had the honor and privilege to be there for the first two days with my camera in hand. Here are a whole bunch of my favorites that I shot on both days. You’ll see your favorite Packers such as Aaron Rodgers, Clay Matthews, Randall Cobb, Jordy Nelson, Dvante Adams, and many more. Let me know what you think.
On Saturday I had the pleasure of taking photos for a phenomenal fundraiser that benefited the Mit Liebe German Shepherd Rescue located here in the greater Green Bay area. We had around 40+ pups come on through to meet with Santa Claus. It was a wonderful time. Below are some of my favorites.
For those of you who came through for photos, here is the online album of images. They aren’t all uploaded as of this post, but will be there by end of day today (Tuesday). You can feel free to download and print as you wish. You have full reproduction rights! Merry Christmas!
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I was at dinner at 1919 Kitchen and Tap the other night. I brought my camera with me to snap some photos of some friends at their request. On my way out to the car I realized that this baby was illuminated and there were very few people around. That meant that I could get a nice head on shot of the largest chrome object in the world. Well, that’s what they say about it on the Lambeau Field tours.
I went to the Green Bay Packers training camp on August 22. It was the first day of full practice for Jordy Nelson, who was on the shelf all of 2015 with a knee injury. Jordy and Aaron Rodgers did not appear to have missed a step. Things look good for the Packers’ offense!
The Green Bay Botanical Gardens center is the home of thousands upon thousands of beautiful flowers. It is also the home of a dozen or so Poke-Stops. They are well aware of their allure to the craze known as Pokemon Go, so they opted to drop some Pokemon lures for several hours on the afternoon of July 19. I decided that was too good of an offer since my NWTC student ID grants me free admission. I gathered some Pokemon items, caught a few new creatures, and snapped some photos with my camera. Here they are…