February 28, 2008

When Pucks Fly

Watch for flying pucks? I didn't know pucks could fly....hahaha! Thank you, thank you. I'll be here all week.

A little bit different type of photo today. I took this one while sitting at a Park of Cottage Grove Wolfpack hockey game versus Mounds View. From my seat, I kept looking at the warning, but saw the flag in the background. While looking at it through my cameras viewfinder, I really liked the looks of the shot.

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Jim Klenke said...

It has been over 10 years since I have been to a hockey game. I love the picture.

Sally said...

Well, you know,we Australians are prone to the odd over-use of a word very similar to Puck, but the P is an F. But in inventive ways. And one very common expression when you don;t give a damn about something is to say "I don;t give a flying Puck" (substitute F for P)

Also a really funny TV show last year about dysfunctional kids in a suburban high school had one character INSIST when caught by his teacher swearing that he had said "Puck"..."Puck, you, Miss!" It became a bot popular for a while.

So your post had me laughing.

Mitch said...

Slinger -
There's a photo group that I am part of, fans of the photography podcast Tips From The Top Floor and we are getting together this coming Saturday March 8th. We are going to explore the skyways and downtown for a few hours starting at 1pm. If you are interested in joining us, let me know.
- Mitch

Rob said...

If pucks could fly... ;) Clever angle, I like this shot a lot. I hope you can make i March 8th, we had fun on an impromptu camera shoot in Uptown.