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Odds and ends: Sept-Dec

Over the last few months, there have been a bunch of photos that I’ve wanted to post on here but they didn’t really fit in with anything else. So, in no particular order, here are some odds and ends from September through December.

(C-T photo Max Gersh) ©2010

(C-T photo Max Gersh) ©2010

(C-T photo Max Gersh) ©2010

(C-T photo Max Gersh) ©2010

This next image was shot to be the cover of a special basketball preview tab. The two players are two of the best in the county. This image was shot using my DIY nodal plate. There are a few mistakes but I think they happened because I was rushed and may have actually taken too many pictures.

(C-T photo Max Gersh) ©2010

(C-T photo Max Gersh) ©2010

Lesley Phillips, wife of fomer Greenfield officer Will Phillips, speaks to the media Tuesday afternoon outside of the Henry County Justice Center. Phillips' husband was killed when a vehicle driven by Sue Ann Vanderbeck hit him while he was riding a bicycle during a police exercise in Knightstown on Sept. 30. (C-T photo Max Gersh) ©2010

Lesley Phillips, wife of fomer Greenfield officer Will Phillips, speaks to the media Tuesday afternoon outside of the Henry County Justice Center. Phillips’ husband was killed when a vehicle driven by Sue Ann Vanderbeck hit him while he was riding a bicycle during a police exercise in Knightstown on Sept. 30. (C-T photo Max Gersh) ©2010
Opal Dixon talks with Sgt. Adrian Darwin after her Jeep went through a building Monday afternoon while backing down her driveway. (C-T photo Max Gersh) ©2010

Opal Dixon talks with Sgt. Adrian Darwin after her Jeep went through a building Monday afternoon while backing down her driveway. (C-T photo Max Gersh) ©2010

Emergency responders stand on an overpass along County Road 500S Thursday afternoon after a vehicle occupied by two 16-year-old girls left the roadway and landed in a small creek bed. (C-T photo Max Gersh) ©2010

Emergency responders stand on an overpass along County Road 500S Thursday afternoon after a vehicle occupied by two 16-year-old girls left the roadway and landed in a small creek bed. (C-T photo Max Gersh) ©2010

Blake A. Dye, president and CEO of Henry County Hospital, talks in his office Thursday afternoon. Dye will be leaving Henry County Hospital to become the new president of the St. Vincent Heart Center of Indiana in Indianapolis. (C-T photo Max Gersh) ©2010

Blake Dye, president and CEO of Henry County Hospital, talks in his office Thursday afternoon. Dye will be leaving Henry County Hospital to become the new president of the St. Vincent Heart Center of Indiana in Indianapolis. (C-T photo Max Gersh) ©2010

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