Here is Part II of my amateur photo essay, with more images from last fall’s state and regional high school marching band competitions in St. George, Utah.
In Part I the energy was potential; things were about to happen. Here, it’s kinetic. They’re happening.
As before, I know only some of the bands and a few of the individuals’ names, so I name none of them. You’re welcome to help me identify them, of course. The American Fork High School Band gets a disproportionate share of my attention here, but I am unapologetic.
Speaking of American Fork, how about the altitude on that jump? (You’ll know it when you see it.)
There’s a public service announcement at the end of this part. Thanks for reading it.
Part III is coming soon.
Here’s that public service announcement: The American Fork band family has lost a great friend and band parent. There’s an opportunity to help at GoFundMe, where you can also learn more. Thank you!
Next time, well . . . We’ve been through kinetic and potential energies. What could be next? I’m still trying to decide what to call it. Weird energy, maybe. Peculiar energy. Unusual energy. We shall see. I’m reaching for my thesaurus.
(Later note: Unusual it is.)