It's almost mid October and it was a hot and sunny day in Arlington, TX for the Dallas Cowboys vs. New England Patriots game. The Cowboys and the NFL were observing Breast Cancer Awareness month across the league. There was a lot of pink ribbons, towels, etc, which is the symbol for Breast Cancer Awareness. I got a chance to hear the story of former Dallas Cowboy, Tony Casillas and his wife Tamara, about her battle with breast cancer, which was diagnosed 18 months ago. It was a very touching story about their choice to go public in order to bring awareness and to help raise money. They are also honorary co-chairs for this years Susan G. Koman's race for the cure event at NorthPark center in Dallas.
One of the privileges of being the Dallas Cowboys Rhythm & Blue photographer, is access to the stadium before the fans are in the seats. On this day, every seat in the stadium had a pink towel on the seat, making the stadium pink. I was able to take panoramic photograph of AT&T Stadium all pinked out. Here's are my shots along with some video of my day at AT&T Stadium for the Cowboys/Patriots game on October 11, 2015.