Wednesday, May 23, 2018

The Photography and Visual Journalism Blog
of the Tampa Bay Times

Scenes from Tampa’s Armature Works: transforming old industrial space to new offices

Scenes from Tampa’s Armature Works: transforming old industrial space to new offices

It was, as the name suggests, one of three bays - 278 feet long, 73 feet wide and 35 feet high - big enough to hold a trolley car in need of repair. A hundred years later, Bay 3 is seeing a different style of industry and commerce. -Richard Danielson...
Published: 05/22/18
Photos: Bucs open OTA practices

Photos: Bucs open OTA practices

“We’d love to have everybody here,” said coach Dirk Koetter, who said he was unsure if Pierre-Paul or Grimes would practice before next month’s mandatory minicamp. “That’s the perfect world, but we don’t live...
Published: 05/22/18
Lightning loses 3-0 to Capitals, forcing Game 7 Wednesday in Tampa

Lightning loses 3-0 to Capitals, forcing Game 7 Wednesday in Tampa

Tampa Bay Lightning coach Jon Cooper is seen behind the bench during the first period against the Washington Capitals in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference final of the Stanley Cup Playoffs Monday, May 21, 2018 in Washington D.C.Tampa Bay Lightning cen...
Published: 05/21/18
Updated: 05/22/18
Veterinary hospital offers free eye exams to service dogs

Veterinary hospital offers free eye exams to service dogs

BluePearl Veterinary ophthalmologist Jessica Stine uses an indirect ophthalmoscope to look into ÒMurphyÕsÓ retina during his free eye exam.BluePearl Veterinary ophthalmologist Jessica Stine shows ÒRackham,Ó Jessica Murphy...
Published: 05/21/18
Hundreds participate in ’Hands Across the Sand’

Hundreds participate in ’Hands Across the Sand’

People hold hands in soliderity for the Hands Across the Sand event. Melissa Pielet, 20, from St. Petersburg, Fla., gathered with a large crowds.Held annually since the Deep Water Horizon explosion in 2010, the “Hands Across the Sand” dem...
Published: 05/21/18
Lightning defeats Capitals, can clinch Stanley Cup berth in Game 6

Lightning defeats Capitals, can clinch Stanley Cup berth in Game 6

Tampa Bay Lightning center Cedric Paquette (13) celebrates his first period goal after beating Washington Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby (70) 29 seconds after the start in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference final of the Stanley Cup Playoffs Saturday...
Published: 05/19/18
Updated: 05/20/18
Photos: 20 years ago, Hank Earl Carr went on a murderous rampage

Photos: 20 years ago, Hank Earl Carr went on a murderous rampage

Carr, a convicted felon, was under investigation for the death of a 4-year-old boy when he escaped using a hidden handcuff key. He killed Tampa police Detectives Randy Bell and Ricky Childers, led police on a harrowing chase, then barricaded himself ...
Published: 05/18/18
Vasilevskiy and Killorn help Lightning tie series at 2 against the Capitals

Vasilevskiy and Killorn help Lightning tie series at 2 against the Capitals

Washington Capitals right wing T.J. Oshie (77) falls onto the ice between Tampa Bay Lightning right wing Nikita Kucherov (86), center Yanni Gourde (37) and defenseman Victor Hedman (77) during the second period of Game 4 of the NHL hockey Eastern Con...
Published: 05/17/18
Photos: High school graduations across Tampa Bay

Photos: High school graduations across Tampa Bay

Put on your gowns. Get in line. Cue Pomp and Circumstance. Tampa Bay’s high school graduation season begins in earnest.[ MORE: High school graduations taking place across Tampa Bay ]Spoto High School senior Marcia Hernandez, 18, center, receive...
Published: 05/16/18
Updated: 05/18/18
All Eyes: Kilauea volcano sends rock and dust into the atmosphere

All Eyes: Kilauea volcano sends rock and dust into the atmosphere

PAHO, Hawaii (AP) — A geophysicist says a plume that’s rising from the Kilauea volcano summit on Hawaii’s Big Island does not contain as much ash as it did on Tuesday. A woman takes a photo as an ash plume rises from the Kilauea vol...
Published: 05/16/18