The feeling of wind against your face. That rush of adrenaline as you lean into a hairpin turn. The first time a snowman asks you for your autograph. These are the moments that make skiing one of the world’s most exhilarating sports. While Utah supplies the snow-capped mountains and rolling hills, Skis and Tours handles the equipment. The skiing and snowboarding shop is located within close proximity to ski resorts such as Canyons and Park City. Its expert staff pairs customers with sets of rental poles, skis, boots, and boards from brands such as Rossignol. In addition to renting this gear, they also tune up and wax boards and skis to get them ready for the slopes.
A blossoming cherry tree casts its shade over a bride and her bouquet. A couple kisses in front of a tiered fountain. A wife calls down to her husband from her balcony in a tableau that evokes Romeo and Juliet. The team at Bellissima Images specializes in enchanting snapshots just like these, traveling to locations throughout the city to host engagement, wedding, and bridal photo shoots. With their clients’ ideas in mind, the photographers call upon more than 15 years of experience as they orchestrate romantic scenes and capture them with professional equipment. Bellissima Images releases all copyrights of its snapshots to clients, allowing them to freely post the pictures online or on coffeeshop bulletin boards.
Specializing in weddings, CMC Photography has garnered the experience to capture one of life's biggest moments in crisp and artfully detailed images. Packages are tailored to suit the event, and they arrange bridal and engagement sessions, as well. Besides documenting nuptials, they also fix their camera eyes on portrait sessions for families, kids, couples, and newborns.
Now in their 86th season, the Harlem Globetrotters continue to entertain millions of parents, children, and general basketball admirers with a trademark blend of athletic precision and razzle-dazzle showmanship. For the team's 2012 world tour, a rotating roster of Globetrotter favorites take to the hardwood each game, so spectators might spot Special K Daley sharing a behind-the-back pass with newcomer Jacob “Hops” Tucker, the 2011 NCAA slam-dunk champion whose 50-inch vertical leap cruelly dashed his dreams of working in a ceiling-fan store. The Trotters might also present a study in contrasts with five-foot-two Too Tall Hall and seven-foot-eight Paul "Tiny" Sturgess, the world's tallest pro basketball player.