Wednesday, March 17, 2010

2010 Olympics - A Visual Delight by Jeff Cable

photo by Jeff Cable

Just when there seemed like nothing left to cheer about with the end of the 2010 Olympics - what should I find but an incredible website produced by professional photographer Jeff Cable, of San Francisco.

Jeff was a certified Olympic photographer and he generously published his works on his blog for everyone to enjoy. Jeff's blog features an incredible collection of pictures of most of the events.

Jeff kindly consented to this blog using one of his pictures. But, the problem was - which one to chose. (I was pretty partial to his curling shots)

I eventually gave up since there were so many sports and so many great pictures. So, the young lady photographed above got the nod.

Please click here to be taken to Jeff's blogsite collection.

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