For many years, I have been the de facto group photographer the annual Texas Speleological Association (TSA) Spring Convention. I gladly offer my services for free to this worthy cause, and apparently I’m well worth the price because they haven’t replaced me yet (other than 2013 when Jim Jasek did a specialty black & white panoramic).
Click the pictures below for a full-size version. Also, be sure to check out the PDF files, which include a numbered outline and name for each person and pet, even Ryan’s hedgehog (#110 below). I spent a long time—much longer than I’d like to admit—outlining each individual, numbering and re-numbering, and tracking down names. However, I think the endeavor is well worth the historical value.
Fancy Online Example
I have released these group photos to the public domain. Please feel free to download, copy, share, archive, etc., so the participants and future generations can enjoy the memories of these events and laugh at how silly and young people looked long ago. I have names for most of the people in the photos, but unfortunately some are missing.
If you know an unidentified person or pet in any of the photos, please contact me!