Yesterday was a very busy afternoon. Kirk Wagner and I tag-teamed the baseball game I was assigned so we could head to an evening assignment we had to shoot together. We hardly ever do that but in hindsight, it was a wise idea because we only had about 30 minutes to shoot this game before we had to leave to be at the other assignment. I got shots Kirk didn't, and Kirk got shots I didn't.
We even worked out a very caveman-esque communication method. After every half-inning we used a hand signal to each other to let the other know how many good shots we got... (one finger = one good shot, two fingers = two good shots, two fingers then one with a side-to-side waver = two shots, one good, one just okay). Of course we could have just used our cell phones but that would have been too easy...
Kimberly's Luke Van Handel (17) strides to second base to throw out Kaukauna's Morgan St. Aubin (4) in the first inning of a baseball game in Kaukauna, Wis., Thursday afternoon, April 24, 2008.
Kaukauna's Brett Arnold (10) takes a pitch on the arm in the third inning.