I was rather bored last Sunday night, so in keeping with my recent exploratory habits, I decided to go make some pictures of the stadium at night. It’s something I’ve wanted to do since I moved here, and now that I’ve done it, it’s definitely something I want to do again.
I mainly focused on Lansdowne Street, which backs up to left field and the Green Monster. I got a bit lost in the work, and before I knew it, I had been out there for an hour and a half. When I go back, I’ll move on to some other streets and angles.
Parts of the stadium’s facade are a bit eerie when you actually stop to look at them. When dark, it almost looks like parts of Fenway have been abandoned for years. I’m only posting two images here, but I made several other ones which I was happy with as well.
It was a peaceful Sunday evening with my good friend Mr. Camera.
Click the photos to enlarge, if you so please.
One of my main responsibilities this year with the Boston Red Sox will be to hunt for telling feature photos of Fenway Park and all its charm. These are of particular importance this year, given it marks Fenway Park’s 100th anniversary.
I wanted to get a feel for the outside of the park and familiarize myself with the areas surrounding it, so I went out on my own last week while the team was in Detroit and did some exploring. It was a beautiful early Spring day, which made for some really nice, vibrant light and contrasty shadows.
These were two that I liked. Click the photos to enlarge, if you so please.
Much more to come!