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Primary Day 2016

It is primary election day in many states across the Midwest. In honor of that, we thought we would gather together a few of our favorite flag photos.

Percy, Illinois. December 1, 2015.

Percy, Illinois. December 1, 2015. – Isaac Smith

Morrisonville, Illinois. April 9, 2014. – Eric Ginnard

Morrisonville, Illinois. April 9, 2014. – Eric Ginnard

Witt, Illinois. April 8, 2014. – Eric Ginnard

Witt, Illinois. April 8, 2014. – Eric Ginnard

Olmsted, Illinois. January 24, 2013.

Olmsted, Illinois. January 24, 2013. – Isaac Smith

Steeleville, Illinois. March 14, 2016.

Steeleville, Illinois. March 14, 2016. – Isaac Smith

Hillsboro, Illinois. Jan. 28, 2014. – Eric Ginnard

Hillsboro, Illinois. Jan. 28, 2014. – Eric Ginnard


Youth Boxing

I recently had the pleasure of shooting youth boxing at The Warehouse in Bloomington, In. More accustomed to watching professional fights, seeing 108 lb grade school-aged kids ready to go after each other was a bit surreal.

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Dewon Cooper, left, gets ready for his 9th fight June 13, 2015 at the Warehouse in Bloomington, In. – Isaac Smith

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Aaron Sheckles, left, watches as fellow coach Kobe Harris warms up with 11-year-old Brian Jackson June 13, 2015 before Jackson’s first fight at the Warehouse in Bloomington, In. The group came up from 5 Star Boxing in Louisville, Ky. for the event.– Isaac Smith

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Aaron Sheckles, left, massages the muscles of rookie fighter Brian Jackson as Jackson and coach Kobe Harris watch a fight June 13, 2015 at the Warehouse in Bloomington, In. – Isaac Smith

Eleven-year-old Brian Jackson, left, of Louisville, Ky., takes a swing at his opponent during the B-Town Boxing Classic June 13, 2015 in Bloomington, In. The event was his first fight. He trained for four months to take the win. – Isaac Smith

Eleven-year-old Brian Jackson, left, of Louisville, Ky., takes a swing at his opponent during the B-Town Boxing Classic June 13, 2015 in Bloomington, In. The event was his first fight. He trained for four months to take the win. – Isaac Smith