Take a look back at the photos that stood out from last week’s stories, as captured by Tampa Bay Times photographers.
Sometimes the best photos happen before the game begins. Times photographer Ivy Ceballo has a sharp eye for moments that break from the norm, like this point of view of Rays first baseman Yandy Diaz during batting practice – his eye on the ball.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers played a preseason opener against the Steelers on Friday. Veteran photographer Douglas R. Clifford captured all the action, but even a lackluster performance can’t tamper all the joy, as shown here.
The Doggy Swim Day event at Fossil Park in St. Petersburg is easy pickings as far as cute photos go. Times photo intern Chloe Trofatter captured delightful moments.
This photo shows tiny bundles floating in a tank inside a dark room. It was taken by the light of a headlamp with a red light so it wouldn’t interfere with the corals spawning at the Florida Aquarium’s labs in Tampa, where scientists are working to fight the bleaching crisis.
Women react to New College of Florida trustees voting to end the gender studies major — the latest action by board members appointed by Gov. Ron DeSantis.
Stay tuned for Beyonce coverage this week. The Renaissance World Tour comes to Raymond James Stadium Wednesday. A local artist hopes to get Queen Bey’s attention with his Beyonce mural in Tampa.
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