Moments from Father’s Day at the county fair

His assignment was to stroll the fair on June 20 and take photographs of people enjoying themselves at all the various booths and stages. Free-lance photographer Daniel Dreifuss jumped at the task and said he would be most happy to do the fun gig.

Below is what he found — all the while fighting an appendicitis attack that landed him in the hospital that night for surgery the next morning!

Daniel, on behalf of our readers and editors, thank you for the wonderful photographs below! You are a trooper! We are all glad to know you are back on your feet again!

The fair runs through July 5.

Related posts:

  1. County fair wins awards
  2. County Fair visitor count is second-highest ever
  3. San Diego County Fair deadlines approaching
  4. County fair exhibitors shine
  5. WHEE: Slide into the 2009 San Diego County Fair

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