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Night Games were always great at Candlestick Park. This photograph was shot on May 20, 1988 from the bleacher seats behind the left field fence. I was focused on the press box under the bright stadium lights.
The San Francisco Giants beat the Montreal Expos 11-2. Since then, the Montreal Expos became the Washington Nationals.
As usual, I was walking around Candlestick Park looking for different scenes to shoot. This is my passion to find art in baseball stadiums. Candlestick Park was my first baseball stadium where I discovered how I could shoot thousands of different photographs of this stadium. I have only shared a small portion of my Candlestick Park photograph collection.
If you want to see a few of my photographs at Cafe St. Jorge’s in San Francisco, please hurry to take a look. See the link below for their address. I will be taking down the photographs this Thursday.
Thank you Cafe St. Jorge for allowing me to show my photographs and photo magnet pins this past month.