If you're ever in the States, don't miss out on a Game like Baseball or American Football. It's the real stuff, it's a life style. Don't ask me how the game goes, I still have no idea but watching the people was by far more interesting to me.
I have shared some images before here on PF a long time ago but this one is another version than the others. They were all in b/w too (which looks great I think).
We went with Stan, a former TE/PF user and a formidable photographer. We're still in contact via xmas cards :-)
About Coors from Wiki: [...] Coors Field is a baseball park located in downtown Denver, Colorado. It is the home field of the Colorado Rockies, the city's Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise. Opened in 1995, the park is located in Denver's Lower Downtown neighborhood, two blocks from Union Station. It is named for the Coors Brewing Company of Golden, Colorado, which purchased the naming rights to the venue [...]
Here I like the "construction" of the scene with the player in the upper part, the visible trajectory of the ball and the big space of the accurate mowing pattern. However, I think you processed, you alienated the photo a bit too much. For me the processing, the lack of contrast, makes the player optically somehow "disappear".
Greetings from cold but sunny Westphalia!
I like the way you framed this to emphasize the checkerboard playing field with the player (I'm guessing a third baseman) I was a big Dodger fan when I was a teen & my Dad took me to a game. I had a big crush on Don Drysdale. I'm hearing that major league football games are too expensive for most people
I remember Stan's work very well! GLF, Pat