Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Oh, say can you see...

"A young fan holds his hand over his heart during The Star Spangled Banner before the start of the All-Star Wrestling Dual at the McKay Center on the campus of UVU, Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2010."

I am never really sure what to do during The Star Spangled Banner when I am working.

In any other circumstance, I would simply place my hand over my heart or lower my hands respectfully at my waist.

But when I am working a sporting event, I am not sure if I should do the same or shoot pictures.

I never really do the latter. I feel if that someone is watching me and then would call me anti-American. But what do I care what others think of me? Especially those I don't know or will never know?

Last night before shooting a wrestling tournament, all-star event, I decided to shoot pictures. That's my job, right?

I couldn't help but to abuse the light on the wall and the perfectly placed kid, fan honoring his county during the The Star Spangled Banner.

Now I ask, what do you do during The Star Spangled Banner while working?


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