And this is a great shot.
The attitudes are so well caught, I can imagine them biting their nails!
The viewpoint and the monochrome finish give it a great 1950s ambience.
Very nice! They certainly are engrossed in the game.
My husband would be so envious! But I think he'd rather be in NY ;)
Very nice photo.
It looks a great game!Cool shot!Have a blessed weekLéia
The picture shows well how they follow the game with great attention!BTW, this sport will remain a mystery for Europeans.. We simply don't understand it!Ü(There's a tag for you "on the shore". maybe you could play with only one picture?..)
The US National sport shot in timeless b&w. This picture could have been taken any tine over the last 20 or so years. As always a great pleasure to visit your blog!
I get to a ball game so rarely, but I've always had a blast when I went. Love the shot! Looks like a great spot to watch the game from and I really liked the warm evenings while there. This summer must of been the coldest in a long time here - the fog is rolling in as I type this.RE - Aunt Jemima syrup - the cafe was cheap, so I guess they had cheap stuff. I hate to admit this but we use Aunt Jem lite. I do like real maple syrup too.
Excellent photo - it has a nostalgic feel to it because of the B & W. Perfect choice.
Even if I am not that much into sports photography and especially photos of huuuuge stadiums ;-) I like this one very much. The three boys in the foreground and your use of them to give the whole pic a viewpoint is great.
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