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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

 
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13 comments:

Devika said...

Not a fan, but Grand shot, Lorraine :)

love,
dev

Brian Miller said...

there is something special about the first day of baseball...the smells, .. the excitement.like spring dawning...

Janice Thomson said...

A neat shot - enjoy the idea of watching a game on a WARM evening....

TALON said...

What a neat shot, Lorraine.

Is there going to be a strike? I'm not up on baseball news...

Gillena Cox said...

sunset
leaning into
tomorrow

much love

Margie said...

Happy New year, Lorraine.
Just came by to let you know I have not forgotten you!
Not online much these days.

Great shot!
I love baseball, my favorite sport!

Margie xx

Magyar said...

summer night
baseball innings
the popcorn

LL... as always! _m

comrade harps said...

Don't know anything about baseball, so I can't comment (although I think I just did) - nice pic, tho.

The Dark Lord said...

Thats an amazing photo... and the lines could mean much, to different people.. In our country, we don't play much of baseball, but we play a game thats quite similar to baseball. :)

namaki said...

ce genre de scene est tellement nord américain ... je parle de ces grands grillages qui entourent les terrains de basket ou base ball... nous n'avons pas vraiment ça en France !

Lorraine said...

It's not baseball season Dev lol

Yep thats' the winter state of baseball, nothing flying but snow

Janice it won't be now lol

Talon, two words : too cold...it's hockey season lol

Gillena that's perfect feel to borrow photo and add your sensational haika..haiku whatever...

Margie, youppi, thanks sweetie how nice to see you

ahhh I love it Doug, wrong season though ;)

Thanks Comrade, not the season for baseball, you know the game, bat and ball ;)

Hey TDL, big space, any sport lol thanks sweetie

Ha non, comment ca? c'est un bon sport pour les enfants et les grands ;)

Standley said...

Une image magnifique.
Tu as l'art de jouer avec les mots!

Lorraine said...

comme c'est gentil, merci beaucoup Richard! :)