Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Characters At Fenway

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If you want to play, you have to pay. I got bombed back at the office today. Home late so no long essay. These are some faces and personalities around Boston's Fenway Park - vendors, players and fans.

I'll probably have a bit more from Maine until I can get some new local material.

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9 comments:

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Good luck recovering from your vacation/photo school, and catching up with the in-box at the office.

Olivier said...

euhhh je suis pas d'accord avec le tee-shirt de la demoiselle, les Yankees sont les plus forts
C'est vrai qu'un match de baseball c'est surtout la fete aux marchands du temple ;))

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Nothing like an old ball park game on a warm night. Makes you feel connected to so many earlier generations.

Jack said...

Looks like you were out in the right field reserved grandstand. That is getting dangerously close to the bleachers. I swore off the bleachers in the 1980s. Too many drunk and foulmouthed fans. Maybe it is better now that the tickets cost a lot . . . prices out those who will just get drunk and loudmouthed.

Bibi said...

Great shots.

William Kendall said...

Try wearing that Yankees suck T-shirt in the Big Apple!

I've got a tie somewhere not unlike that one with the cards....

Nathalie said...

Back into the local action I can see. I hope the return to work isn't too hectic. Is it still as hot?

Do you find yourself using some of the new tricks you learnt in Maine?

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Excellent series Bob, so interesting for someone like me who has no idea how a baseball stadium is set out apart from the VERY few times they might have featured in a movie I might have watched. You're right, some very interesting people shots.

Virginia said...

The beer guys tray was almost empty! That's what it would take for me to sit through a baseball game!
V