Tuesday, June 24, 2014

May in photos

I think it's pretty easy to say that May was the best and most exciting month I've had at the Tribune. There are always ups and downs, but May was mostly ups. Instead of the usually bombardment of sports, I got to stretch my legs in the realm of news (even spot news) and had some unique opportunities presented to me, such as being able to go up in the sky with the U.S. Army's Golden Knights parachute team.

It was a great month. I came out with some shots I liked and, as the recurring theme seems to be, learned plenty.

Here's to more months like May.


Molly Thomas, 10, collects stray bees with a custom made collection box, powered by a shop vacuum. The Boone Regional Bee Keepers hand out boxes containing approximately 10,000 bees and one queen bee Sunday, May 4, 2014 at the Fear Fest parking a lot across from the Midway gas station west of Columbia, MO..



A tree lies in a house at 8 E. Parkway Dr. where it fell during Saturday night's storm. No one was injured in the incident.


Dan Nerling waits in the rain Saturday during the 26th annual Memorial Day Weekend Salute to Veterans Airshow. The show was interrupted by rain storms during its first day.
Mildred Shipley, center, talks to Margie Diggs and Lawrence Diggs, a veteran of World War II and recipient of the Congressional Gold Medal, during a rain delay at the air show Saturday.

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