I thought that those [few] people who read the blog would enjoy at a peek at one of my longest days in a while—yesterday, Wednesday 2/21/18.

I started the day by arriving before 6am to photograph “The Chase,” aka the first day of spring conditioning for FSU Football.25534362867_3541ddd260_k

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Then I headed over to the Civic Center, and photographed the collection of around 100 student survivors from Majory Stoneman Douglas High School (Parkland, FL) and their walk to the Capitol to meet with and press legislators for a change in gun policy.

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And additionally, I covered the rally outside the Historic Capitol (attended by an est. 3000 people).

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Both events at the Capitol and the Civic Center were covered for the European Pressphoto Agency (EPA), and have seen my photos used in online media publications such as The Boston Globe, MSN.com, ABC News, and USAToday.

And then I coached for 3+ hours, and snapped some photos of my good buddy Armando—a super duper fast pro triathlete.

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Up at 4:45am, down at 11pm: 18hr day.

Thanks for taking the time to peruse the photos,
-Colin

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  1. I read your blogs! This does look like a long day, but glad you’re staying busy. Very impressive photo journalism. Keep up the good work, my friend.

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