[EDITORâ€™S NOTE:Â The following article is another from our youngest-ever Contributor â€“ 11-year old Isabel Herbruger â€“Â who hasÂ beenÂ submitting storiesÂ and photos as part of her effort to earn a Girl Scout badge for journalism, as well as qualify for a 4H photography project. We encourage residents of all ages to submit stories and photos for posting â€“ for consideration, please email yours toÂ firstname.lastname@example.org!] Photos and StoryÂ by Isabel Herbruger, age 11 On Sunday, Aug. 23, 2015, I was able to shoot one inning as the honorary photographer for the Mariners against the Chicago White Sox. Before the game started, I walked around the stadium looking for stories and met “Moose-man.” He collects a mini-moose for every home game win since the opening of Safeco Field on July 15, 1999. That is 16 years of wins hanging from him! During the second inning I was able to shoot in both media pits by the White Sox dug outs. They also announced me on the big screen afterwards. It was cool to shoot the Mariners, but I really like shooting the Highline Bears. Because I know the Bear players, I can get better shots of them on and off the field. Great shots are difficult to get when you don’t know the players and only have a short time on the field. Click images to see larger versions/slideshow: If you would like to see the other photos I took that day, they are on https://www.facebook.com/HighlineBearsbyIsabel Thank you for your time and consideration, â€“ Isabel H.]]>
“Our 11-year old Photographer shoots the Mariners!”
The way they are playing, one can only hope. *heh-heh*
But one a more serious note,
Thats really cool she was able to go into the pit and play shutterbug with the big boys.
Keep going kid, looks like you may have a future snapping shots
She is as good as some of the pros I hired in my newspaper days. Got a great future, Isabel. Go for it!
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