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The “OFF” day

March 18, 2007 by Mark Cornelison  
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During the NCAA Tournament, the day between games is known as the off day. In some cases, we shoot fans enjoying the city in which their team is playing, and we get to do some exploring ourselves. During such exploration, we Kentucky photographers practice an art form we call "snappers". Snappers are fun photos. Sometimes they are photos of us in cool cities doing tourist things, and other times the images are intended to be funny.
Photo by David Coyle
This photo above is Charles, Bill Luster, and myself shot by David Coyle. Luster, Coyle, and Charles all have a knack for the snappers so I was just along for the ride.

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2 Responses to “The “OFF” day”
  1. David Stewart Perry says:

    Mr. Cornelison: Where was that bottom photo taken? And why is there a big reflective object in the background? Is the plaza near an entrance to an art museum (if you call that thing art)?

  2. Mark Cornelison says:

    David, the large bean type thing was a huge building size piece of art. I believe we were in Millenium Park on Michigan Avenue, or at least next to it. The whole thing was one big mirror and is really cool. Not sure if it is permanent or not but it is really cool!

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