Morning Look: Tiger's Presser
Introducing another new feature
to help me survive the summer: Morning Look, featuring a photograph that may or may not speak to the previous day's D.C. sports news, and also featuring virtually no text. I know, give a guy a blog that advocates his firing and he suddenly thinks he's too big to write.
Anyhow, this is from Post photog Toni L. Sandys, and it shows a bit of the media hype at yesterday's Tiger press conference. Just like last year, yesterday showed that Tiger Woods's sports media crowd is unlike any other sports media crowd we see in this market. I counted at least 20 camera folks waiting in the hallway merely to try to get images of Tiger walking down the stairs and into the press conference, where the entire D.C. sports media world awaited.
Bonus points for identifying John Feinstein, Leonard Shapiro, and George Solomon from The Post, the New York Times's Larry Dorman, the AP's Joseph White, PR guy extraordinaire Charlie Brotman, and anyone else you can identify.
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