Lark Eaglin


Name: Lark Eaglin
Position: Photo Staff
Graduation Year: 2012


Images (51)


Photo: Welcome

By Lark Eaglin | March 22, 2012, midnight

A sign welcomes gamers to Gamefest.

Photo: DJ

By Lark Eaglin | March 22, 2012, midnight

The DJ provided music and sound effects to accompany the live video game.

Photo: Level 3

By Lark Eaglin | March 22, 2012, midnight

Level 3 of the real life video game featured purple hoops that contestants had to jump through.

Photo: Level 1

By Lark Eaglin | March 22, 2012, midnight

Gamefest featured an area where attendees could be part of a video game.

Photo: Final Fantasy 2

By Lark Eaglin | March 22, 2012, midnight

A Final Fantasy cosplayer plays Sonic the Hedgehog.

Photo: Final Fantasy

By Lark Eaglin | March 22, 2012, midnight

These cosplayers came dressed as characters from Final Fantasy 4 and 10.

Photo: Pixel Art Table

By Lark Eaglin | March 22, 2012, midnight

Gamefest provided tables to design video game characters with small colored paper pieces.

Photo: Super Nintendo Entertainment System

By Lark Eaglin | March 22, 2012, midnight

This Super NES was released in North America, Europe, Oceania and South America between 1990 and 1993.

Photo: Sega Genesis

By Lark Eaglin | March 22, 2012, midnight

This fourth generation (1985-89) console was originally released in Japan as the Mega Drive. It was released again in 1989.

Photo: Atari 2600

By Lark Eaglin | March 22, 2012, midnight

An Atari 2600, released in October 1997, sits on display.

Photo: Pi Day

By Lark Eaglin | March 14, 2012, midnight

Blair faculty stand in the Pi Day booth on Wednesday, avoiding tins of whipped cream thrown by students. For only a dollar, Blazers could aim a tin of whipped cream at one of their teachers for Pi Day.

Photo: Book Drive

By Lark Eaglin | March 1, 2012, midnight

The book donation box for Linkages for Learning sits in the Media Center on Wednesday.

Photo: Athlete Seminar

By Lark Eaglin | Sept. 23, 2011, midnight

Blair's sports programs are being restructured in order to involve the program with the school community and encourage student participation.

Photo: Glass Sculpture

By Lark Eaglin | Sept. 21, 2011, midnight

John Zidek created this hand-blown glass and copper sculpture.

Photo: Bjorke Designs

By Lark Eaglin | Sept. 21, 2011, midnight

Bjorke Designs repurpose granite remnants by handcrafting them into unique serving trays, as shown here. Each piece is individually selected for its natural beauty and rich tones.

Photo: Crayons

By Lark Eaglin | Sept. 21, 2011, midnight

Here is the fine work of Charles E. Hull. At the festival, his wife was selling these printings along with other ones of various fruits and vegetables.

Photo: Fido

By Lark Eaglin | Sept. 21, 2011, midnight

Scott Causey's electric fired ceramic animals bestride with confidence the gap between the self-consciously primitive and the sophisticated.

Photo: Fire Head Torches

By Lark Eaglin | Sept. 21, 2011, midnight

These Firehead Torches create a unique ambiance for outdoor events, pools, patios, or gardens.

Photo: Funky Chair

By Lark Eaglin | Sept. 21, 2011, midnight

B-muses creates different art like this chair. They describe it as a culmination of their love for "faces, collected trinkets, polymer clay, beads and paint.".

Photo: Furniture Parts

By Lark Eaglin | Sept. 21, 2011, midnight

This piece of art is a culmination of various furniture parts, including pieces of drift wood, and license plates.

Photo: Trains

By Lark Eaglin | Sept. 21, 2011, midnight

On display were these little toy trains that attracted the attention of many children as the trains went around and around the miniature train tracks.

Photo: Metal Sculpture

By Lark Eaglin | Sept. 21, 2011, midnight

On display were these hand-crafted metal sculptures done by Greg and Rachel MacKenzie.

Photo: Acrylic Sculptures

By Lark Eaglin | Sept. 21, 2011, midnight

These acrylic sculptures were done by Barry Cohen, an artist from Florida.

Photo: Packing Up

By Lark Eaglin | Sept. 21, 2011, midnight

Toward the end of the festival we see people packing up and getting ready to go home after a long day of advertising.

Photo: Toniware

By Lark Eaglin | Sept. 21, 2011, midnight

"My work in clay is fun, functional and designed to make people smile," says the artist,Toni-Macri Reiner.

Photo: Unique Creations

By Lark Eaglin | Sept. 21, 2011, midnight

Mark Nelson designed this sterling silver collection.

Photo: Mural

By Lark Eaglin | Sept. 8, 2011, midnight

Blair senior Niya Seals looks over images while working on a mural in her 3rd period Advanced Photography Class. Mr. Stalling's is leading his Advanced Photography students in developing a new street art inspired mural for Blair.

Photo: Alison

By Lark Eaglin | Sept. 7, 2011, midnight

Junior Alison Whitney recovers from hitting the ball back to her partner during a tennis scrimmage.

Photo: Stella

By Lark Eaglin | Sept. 7, 2011, midnight

Senior Stella Bartholet strikes the ball and ultimately gets the point for Blair.

Photo: Daisies

By Lark Eaglin | July 10, 2011, midnight

These bright colored daisies convey a lively cheer and exuberance that excite garden visitors.

Photo: Feeding Time

By Lark Eaglin | July 10, 2011, midnight

Koi fish are outgoing depending on the temperature of their water. A warming trend in Spring draws the sluggish fish to the surface to feed, while summertime heat makes the Koi fight for food. In the Fall, when their temperature meters read "too cold," the fish retreat to the pool's bottom.

Photo: In Memory Of

By Lark Eaglin | July 10, 2011, midnight

Some of the stones that lay next to the Corinthian columns are dedicated to various important people. This stone in particular was dedicated to Senator George Hearse and his wife Phoebe Apperson.

Photo: Ponderosa Lemon

By Lark Eaglin | July 10, 2011, midnight

The Ponderosa Lemon is a lemon hybrid and can be eaten raw but is quite sour. It is often dried and used in cakes and cookies.

Photo: Solanum Iycopersinium

By Lark Eaglin | July 10, 2011, midnight

A tomato flower blooms in the Arboretum.

Photo: National Herb Garden

By Lark Eaglin | July 10, 2011, midnight

The National Herb Garden was given as a gift to the people of the U.S. from the Herb Society of America after members of the society lobbied successfully for matching funds from Congress. It was constructed and dedicated in 1980 and is the largest designed herb garden in the nation. It includes annual, perennial and woody herbal plants. The National Herb Garden is well designed with broad paths and gentle inclines that allow everyone to access its wealth of useful plants.

Photo: Capsinium Annuum

By Lark Eaglin | July 10, 2011, midnight

The Capsinium Annuum (also known as the "Black Pearl") is an ornamental pepper that was introduced to the garden by the USDA in 2006.

Photo: Corinthian Columns

By Lark Eaglin | July 10, 2011, midnight

These 22 Corinthian sandstone columns are among 24 that were part of the east central portico of the U.S. Capitol. They create the backdrop for many inaugurations and have been the site of many speeches, protests and rallies. The columns were dismantled in 1958, but were restored through the efforts of Ethel Sheilds Garrett and with support from the Friends of the National Arboretum.

Photo: On Your Mark Get Set Go!

By Lark Eaglin | June 30, 2011, midnight

The Mary and Daniel Loughran Community Center, in Washington, D.C., is open year-round offering educational and recreational programming to D.C. youth between the ages of six and eighteen. Here, some of these youth wait patiently to partake in what seems to be their favorite game.

Photo: Serious Police

By Lark Eaglin | June 26, 2011, midnight

Police call for backup in order to make way for more cars.

Photo: Purple Dancers

By Lark Eaglin | June 26, 2011, midnight

A group of dancers flee the scene after the parade.

Photo: Tired Carnivalers

By Lark Eaglin | June 26, 2011, midnight

People decide to take a break and relax on the walls of Howard University.

Photo: Flags, Flags!

By Lark Eaglin | June 26, 2011, midnight

Flags are a popular item sold everywhere at the festival.

Photo: Sing Your Heart Out

By Lark Eaglin | June 26, 2011, midnight

People enjoy watching a local performer sing outside of a cafe.

Photo: Party People

By Lark Eaglin | June 26, 2011, midnight

People enjoy themselves at the festival.

Photo: My Mic Sounds Nice, Check One

By Lark Eaglin | June 26, 2011, midnight

The DJ has just as much fun as everyone else as he provides music that excites all of the partiers.

Photo: Mud People

By Lark Eaglin | June 26, 2011, midnight

Young ladies who look like they have just engaged in a mud fight stroll through the festival.

Photo: Crowds

By Lark Eaglin | June 26, 2011, midnight

Crowds of people gather in the streets to hear and dance to music that is played throughout the day.

Photo: Please Move

By Lark Eaglin | June 26, 2011, midnight

A police officer attempts to create some order in the crowded streets.

Photo: Exams

By Lark Eaglin | June 10, 2011, midnight

Blazers exit the building after 4th period exams on Friday.

Photo: Key Club

By Lark Eaglin | May 27, 2011, midnight

Key Club members Russel Malayao and Charmi Patel host a 30-hour hunger strike on Friday. The strike ends Saturday at 6 pm.

Photo: Flower Children

By Lark Eaglin | May 13, 2011, midnight

CAP students listen as they prepare for their mock Woodstock Festival in room 157 on Friday.