Photos from the quad meet at the Santa Monica Swim Center on Friday, April 6, 2012 in Santa Monica Calif. Santa Monica College, Cuesta College, Los Angeles Valley College, and Bakersfield College competed in the quad meet.
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Category Bakersfield College, CA, California, Camera, Cuesta College, Jr. College, JUCO, Los Angeles Valley College, Photography, Photojournalism, Pool, Quad Meet, Santa Monica, Santa Monica College, Santa Monica Swim Center, Santa Monica Swim Center, Sport, Sports, Sports Photography, Swimming, Water
Category Beach, CA, California, Downtown, Herbalife, Kaiser Permanente, Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Triathlon Presented by Herbalife, LA, Lisa Norden, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Triathlon, Marathon, Photography, Sand, Sports, Sports Photography, The Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Triathlon, The Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Triathlon Presented by Herbalife, Triathlon, Venice, Venice Beach
To photograph this assignment I woke up at 5:50am and left the house a little after 6:00am. I reached Venice Beach around 6:30am about 45 minutes before the elite athletes start time. After photographing on the beach for about an hour, I started walking along Venice Blvd to photograph the biking leg. I then got back to my car to drive downtown. It was rough getting back to the 10 highway because of the street closures. A few mistakes along the way did result in seeing Arnold Schwarzenegger riding his bike on Main Street in Santa Monica.
I finally reached downtown in enough time to catch a few of the elite athletes still on their bikes. I shot a few images then headed my way to the finish line to capture Cameron Dye (Male) who finished first with a time of 1:46:34 and Lisa Norden (Female) in 1:57:16.
Photos will be posted in 3 segments from the triathlon.
For more photos from the game visit my flickr page.
Category Photography, Photography Exhibit, Santa Monica College
I submitted two photographs for the Of Water: Photography Exhibit at Santa Monica College. Both of my prints made it into the show. In case you are unable to see the exhibit in the flesh here are my two submissions.