I have written down all of your requests for my “For the Love of the Game” series, and next month I will be begin checking them off while you get a chance to win one of my new prints!
My first stop will be the home of the Fighting Illini at the University of Illinois in Champaign, Illinois. I plan to check out Memorial Stadium and the Red Grange statue for sure. Update:
Unfortunately, there won’t be time to stop at the University of Illinois. However, I did find out there is now a tour inside the Notre Dame Stadium!
two one will be the home of the Fighting Irish at Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana. Here, I plan to have an extensive tour of the campus, increasing my shutter count immensely.
I am sure it will be nearing the end of a long day by this time, but we’ll end our day in Chicago. I’ll spend the next two days traipsing around the city, clicking my camera at all the spectacular architecture that Chicago has to offer.
I plan to use the public transportation to get me to Wrigley Field, U.S. Cellular Field, United Center, and Soldier Field so that I can add the Chicago teams to my “For the Love of the Game” series.
Do you know of a location or two during my trip that I shouldn’t miss? Let me know in one of four ways:
- Leave me a comment below
- Email me at email@example.com
- Tweet it to me @marcinkdesigns
- Send me a quick text to 636.584.3864
Ok, so on to the giveaway!
The person with the closest answer will win their choice of an 11×14 “For the Love of the Game” print – you can choose a current piece or even one of the brand new pieces in the series. Here are the details:
1. Leave a comment with your guess as to how many clicks of the camera I will take during my 3 day trip (only one guess per person, please).
Don’t forget to share this exciting news and contest with your friends! Seriously – please share.
April – Las Vegas (hello, people watching)
May – Arizona (speaking engagement at the HomeAway Summit for vacation rental homeowners national convention – woo hoo!)
Hope you have a wonderful day, and don’t forget these words of inspiration:
“You don’t take a photograph, you make it.” – Ansel Adams