This is probably the best candid image of me at my former post as a photojournalist. It was on an Eagle Viewing outing with the governor. I remember being cold and tired that morning. Perhaps a bit groggy. I remember doing the usual bitching about revenue issues with the TV guys and not having our own company cars. lol. Ah, the little things back then. Once the gov. got there we all perked up a bit. I sat two seats behind Huntsman. I remember I was using my video camera as a telephoto lens. Actually worked really well. Leah had a 100-400 or something like that and Brandy had a friggin' 600 mm I think. He had spoken about how their paper was going to get video cameras and he was a tad nervous about it. Anyways, I remember focusing on the little one in front of me and of Huntsman and his daughter in front of her. I used a frame grab of Huntsman's daughter with him that his office ended up requesting from us. I remember thinking, Damn, wish it had actually been a frame and not a grab. Anyways, while I ramble here I guess what I'm really trying to say is this image helps embody why I loved my career. Seeing little eyes light up with joy after seeing an image I had taken. Chasing history down and finding the good and sometimes bad in people. Sigh, oh well, se la vie.