The View from Chapel Hill -- Six year old Mckenzie Fox from Elon gazes at one of the UNC football players as she gets his autograph as the UNC football team held its Meet the Heels event on Franklin St. in Chapel Hill, NC on Aug. 5, 2017. Hundreds of fans came out to meet the players and get autographs and take pictures. How I got the Photograph: I was covering the Meet the Heels event and fans of all ages came to meet the team. Her under-eye painting caught my attention; her adoring gaze makes the picture. I used a canon EOS-1D X camera with a zoom lens set at 180mm. My exposure was 1/2000 sec @ f/3.5 with the ISO set at 1000.
The View from Chapel Hill -- Six year old Mckenzie Fox from Elon gazes at one of the UNC football players as she gets his autograph as the UNC football team held its Meet the Heels event on Franklin St. in Chapel Hill, NC on Aug. 5, 2017. Hundreds of fans came out to meet the players and get autographs and take pictures. How I got the Photograph: I was covering the Meet the Heels event and fans of all ages came to meet the team. Her under-eye painting caught my attention; her adoring gaze makes the picture. I used a canon EOS-1D X camera with a zoom lens set at 180mm. My exposure was 1/2000 sec @ f/3.5 with the ISO set at 1000. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
The View from Chapel Hill -- Six year old Mckenzie Fox from Elon gazes at one of the UNC football players as she gets his autograph as the UNC football team held its Meet the Heels event on Franklin St. in Chapel Hill, NC on Aug. 5, 2017. Hundreds of fans came out to meet the players and get autographs and take pictures. How I got the Photograph: I was covering the Meet the Heels event and fans of all ages came to meet the team. Her under-eye painting caught my attention; her adoring gaze makes the picture. I used a canon EOS-1D X camera with a zoom lens set at 180mm. My exposure was 1/2000 sec @ f/3.5 with the ISO set at 1000. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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