Here are a few images from this week’s game against the Houston Astros, which featured a nice evening sunset hour.
There is a 140-foot high ski and snowboard ramp in centerfield at Fenway Park. This is insane!
It’s been awesome documenting progress on the Polartec Big Air at Fenway Park ramp over the past few weeks here. It’s fascinating to see the construction crew work on this thing. I don’t know how they do it.
Visually, it’s proven interesting to shoot, even after shooting pictures literally every day since the build began. By this point, I think I’ve become one with the ramp. I’ve tried to show that construction can be beautiful if you look at it the right way.
Stay tuned for more pictures once the athletes start jumping off! I can’t wait to shoot.
It’s been a whirlwind week here for baseball as we approach the trade deadline, but in the spirit of keeping the blog fresh, here are some recent scenes from around Fenway Park.
It’s seems like the Tampa Bay Rays have replaced the Yankees as the Red Sox’ biggest rivals. Last night was a sure sign that things between the two teams atop the AL East are starting to heat up.
After an incredibly beautiful few innings of sunsets and cloud formations followed by a torrential downpour and subsequent rain delay, the Sox put a rally together to try and tie the game up at 2-2. It seems as though that would have happened in the eighth inning but for a self-admitted blown call by home plate umpire Jerry Meals on a play at the plate.
From my post at third base, it looked like Daniel Nava, who tried to score on a sacrifice fly, was safe. Who knows. Regardless, it was an eventful night for photos despite a low score.
Let’s hope the Sox stay competitive down the stretch. I’m looking forward to shooting this playoff race.
Not a ton of action to shoot in this game. Tampa Bay Rays pitcher David Price went the distance, allowing just five hits against the Red Sox over nine innings.
These are a few of the better ones from the night.