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My hit parade

For more than 30 years I’ve been covering all kinds of baseball from Little Leagues to the Major Leagues, and I have never been hit by an errant ball. Even back in the old days, when I had to stand on the field because of using a relatively shorter lens. I’ve had a few close […]

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Take me out to the ballpark

I know a lot of people love baseball, but I’m not a big fan of the game. It may sound funny coming from someone who’s photographed hundreds of games over the course of a 30-year career, but I don’t. Years ago I photographed a cropduster pilot who once described his job as “hours and hours […]

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Mystery light

Large gravitational bodies such as planets or stars can cause the normally straight path of light to follow the curvature of space, but on our level light tends to travel in a straight line. I’ve shot the Stockton Ports home games for several weeks now and I’ve noticed a curious light phenomenon. Right at about […]

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