Saturday, April 12, 2014

2014 Texas Tech Spring Football Game Pictures - 4/12/2014

Slideshow with shots from today's Texas Tech spring football game at Jones AT&T Stadium.

Estimated attendance was 19,500 which surpasses last year's attendance of 16,000 plus.



Friday, April 11, 2014

New TTU Campus Pictures - 4/11/2013

Small group of shots.

Will and Soapsuds are ready for the spring game!

Finally have access to Lightroom, so I'm experimenting shooting in raw format.


Thursday, April 10, 2014

New TTU Campus Pictures - 4/10/2014

New group of shots from campus that include the "new" SWC bonfire circle, the new public artwork on the Health, Exercise, and Sports Science building, and the new residential complex at 19th and Indiana.

The new public art piece is called "Flowmotion" and is by Nancy Lovendahl.

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Baron Batch Video Capturing Kliff Kingbury Painting

Former Red Raider running back and current artist Barron Batch recently made of painting of Texas Tech Head football coach Kliff Kingsbury.

He captured the entire project on video.

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

New TTU Campus Pictures - 4/8/2014

The tulips across campus are beginning to lose their petals, so I got a small group of shots before they disappear for the year.

The orange construction fences that have been put up for the beautification project make it tough to get some good shots.

The last couple of shots are looking off the caprock a few miles east of Slaton. I had to drop off my wife for a baby shower and was hoping to find a good place to get some shots. The road I was on ended at some private property right as I got to the caprock, so I only got a couple of shots.

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Old SWC Bonfire Pit Returning to Campus

I hope I'm not jumping the gun or jumping to conclusions, but it looks like they are restoring the old Southwest Conference bonfire pit to the east of the new petroleum engineering building.

I didn't get any confirmation, but the layout looks a lot like the old SWC pit.

The original bonfire pit was removed to make room for the new petroleum engineering building.