Joshua Flickinger, a junior at Manhattan High, has had a love for photography since he can remember.

His grandfather and uncle both worked as photographers for newspapers, travelling and seizing opportunity. This inspired him to follow in their footsteps.

Flickinger has taken two photo classes at MHS, finding a love for capturing different subjects. He also inherited his family’s love for travelling, adventuring around the country with his family at various national parks over the summer.

“My Grandfather and my uncle were both part of newspapers as photographers,” Flickinger  said. “They worked around the country and it was hard for them to stay in one place because of the amount of opportunity they has in front of them. I wanted to follow in their footsteps and to become a photographer just like them.”

Joshua Flickinger, Staff Photographer

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