It was a foggy morning today and it seemed as if the sky had fallen and rested onto UW's IMA fields for this year's Turkey Bowl. My brother works at the NikeTown in Downtown Seattle and invited me along to be a part of their company's Turkey Bowl this year. We all had met at University of Washington's IMA fields only to find out it was gated and locked for the day. That didn't stop the crew from getting over the fence and playing a game of football. There were signs all over the field stating that there was video surveillance at all times and if the security guards were watching the cameras, they happened upon a great game and most likely enjoyed watching it.

The teams were evenly matched and it was nothing but a back and forth battle for bragging rights at the company this year. A well fought game that burned calories for everyone's upcoming feasts. More importantly, it was a great time among friends and reminder that there's a lot to be thankful for.

Photography by Jonathan Gipaya

 

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