Nothing says summer like baseball. The sounds of vendors selling beer and pretzels, the smell of barbecue filling the air and families enjoying America’s pastime together as the sun sets over a beautiful sky. This year marks the 20th anniversary of Oriole Park at Camden Yards which was a true original in that it was the first modern ballpark that was made in the mold of the classic venues of old. It stuck its nose up at the monolithic bowls of the 1970s like Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh, Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati and Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia.
Last Friday was Floppy Hat Night and what person in the right mind wouldn’t want to go and get their very own hat that even features the state flag on the top? Here’s hoping I can take a trip to Aberdeen, Bowie or Frederick before the summer’s out to catch some minor league baseball and soak up the atmosphere there.
While doing street photography at night has its technical challenges, even with an older generation iPhone you’re able to capture some pretty interesting images. These are several photographs from Fells Point and the Inter Harbor in Baltimore. The tall ships were in town for the bicentennial of The War of 1812 so it was nice to take advantage of them being there. While I was only there for less than I day, I am sure I’ll be making a trip back up there, hopefully next month.
Here are a few images from a trip to Baltimore. A wedding in Little Italy, Dempsey’s Brew Pub and traffic coming into town. I’ll post a few more photos tomorrow.