A belated photo

Far from the solitude of the Sabine Farm, here is a shot from the Indians game in Cleveland the other night.

I will get some other photos of the present journey up presently.

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7 Responses to A belated photo

  1. Diego says:

    That’s a wonderful shot, Father. The brightly lit stands on one side, the flag waving proudly on the other, and the moon hovering silently between them.

    My suggestion: put your entire portfolio in an envelope marked “Pulitzer Prize Committee – For Your Consideration” and send it off by the fastest means possible. ;)

  2. Jason says:

    The Red Sox will soon be breaking the Indians’ record of 455 consecutive games sold-out at that field.

  3. “That’s a wonderful shot, Father. The brightly lit stands on one side, the flag waving proudly on the other, and the moon hovering silently between them.”

    Ah, yez, and the grandztand itzelf forming a giant Z (although here zeen from the back) in honor of a zpecial guezt.

  4. Joe from Pittsburgh says:

    Father Z, it seems that you are having an entertaining and fruitful trip. Glad you enjoyed your time in Cleveland. I wish I could have made it to the blogfest but with a wife and a six month old baby it wasn’t possible.

    I hope you can make it to Pittsburgh sometime soon. The Pirates are truly pathetic but PNC Park is even nicer than Progressive Field/Jacobs Field/whatever the name is now. Besides, Pittsburgh has its Extraordinary Form Mass just a mile from Dahntahn every First Friday, every Saturday and every Sunday morning at 8 and 11AM.

    Safe travels and God bless.

  5. The ballgame was fun, the Museum interesting, the folks I met were wonderful, the jubilee celebrations I attended were excellent. It was a good visit.

  6. TA1275 says:

    Cleveland Rocks!!

  7. Fr Dan B says:

    After a 1986 game was postponed due to fog in Cleveland, Red Sox pitcher Oil Can Boyd commented, “That’s what you get for building a ball park on the ocean.”