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AT&T Park in Winter

Posted by
Stephen Phillips (San Francisco, United States) on 23 January 2010 in Documentary & Street and Portfolio.

The lights are on - but nobody is home. (at least no one I want to know)

A Baseball Park without baseball - is like an empty candy-bar wrapper.

San Francisco

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ordinaryimages from Kentucky Bluegrass, United States

Having not been to the new stadium, I appreciate seeing this view. Now I understand better how it fits. best...jerry

$10 for the magenta reflection.

23 Jan 2010 6:02am

Paco Díaz from Palma de Mallorca, Spain

Good compostion, I like the tones of the photo, and the reflections of pink and blue put a beautiful note on the screen :)

23 Jan 2010 8:04am

Marie LC from Voiron, France

Excellent cadrage, belles couleurs et beaux reflets de couleur

23 Jan 2010 10:17am

Alun from cheshire, United Kingdom

cracking image, great time of day

23 Jan 2010 11:32am

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

I think this is slightly better than yesterday's picture, it seems to have more "structure".

23 Jan 2010 4:54pm

Calusarus from St Sorlin en Valloire, France

I like the lighting on this shot. Cheers for the mood

23 Jan 2010 5:22pm

Susan from Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States

Wonderful shot....I never saw it from this angle.....now, wish I'd had more time to just wander around there....when no one was home!!!

23 Jan 2010 7:56pm

Ralph Jones from Detroit, United States

Ah so this is where the kayakers chase down home run balls. Nice shot!

24 Jan 2010 3:05pm

@Ralph Jones: Indeed, Ralph - This small bay at the mouth of Mission Creek is 'McCovey Cove' - named for beloved former Giant - Number 44 - Willie 'Stretch' McCovey. Retired from ball in 1980 - he is still with the Giants organization as a consultant - and is still very much the hometown hero. Some stats: In his 22-year career, McCovey batted .270, with 521 home runs and 1,555 RBI, 1,229 runs scored, 2,211 hits, 353 doubles, 46 triples, a .374 on base percentage and a .515 slugging percentage.

sherri from Little Rock, Arkansas, United States

Beautiful colors and repeated to perfectly in the reflection.

27 Jan 2010 1:56am

Scott F. Schilling from San Martin, United States

Wonderful image and I like the warmth of the wood in the foreground and the lights are awesome!!

27 Jan 2010 5:23am