Tradition

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© David Bowden
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UploadedApril 3, 2011
TakenMarch 26, 2011
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D700
Exposure1/250 sec at f/8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length80 mm
ISO800
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Every University has its traditions. Mine is no exception. This is a statue of Will Rogers. His statue is in the center of the main entrance to Texas Tech. The Administration building is in the background. The Traditions is known as "Midnight Raiders," and takes place on Thursday nights before every home football game. The Saddle Tramps (A spirit organization for the school) wraps the Will Rogers statue with crepe paper and Streamers. Along with the statue these are hung from the coaches’ tower, band tower, and light poles all over campus. After Will is wrapped, the Saddle Tramps circle the horse to sing the Fight Song, Matador Song, and pledge class songs.This shot was taken on a recent visit to the school (March 26, 2011). I was there to take my kids to see the school and to see the spring inter-squad football game. While there I took this shot, one that I never took while attending the school despite having a camera with me everywhere I went.

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