Sometimes you have to use your camera in the weather you have, not the weather you wish you had.
So, alas my first visit inside Nationals Park
in more than three months came today, with heavy clouds and dampness in the air. Waaaaaaah! But at least these photos only have to last another five weeks or so.
I'm going to do this in two batches: tonight, enjoy a new lineup of photos of the ballpark's field and the seating areas
. (I left a few from November sprinkled in, so that the pretty green turf and a smidgen of actual sunlight could be seen here or there.) There's also a slew of new very very large
stitched-together panoramas from various vantage points, if you're wanting much closer views of the stadium's interior--there are links to them from the page above, or from the Stadium Panoramas page
. They do take a long time to load, so be patient. (You can look at the exterior photos
I posted two weeks ago if you can't bear the gray-itude of these shots and need sun and blue skies.)
Tomorrow I'll have for you a series of photos from the park's innards, including the restaurants and the locker room.
UPDATE: I forgot the best side-story of the day: Today was also "Super Flush", when the plumbing team brings in a bunch of people to flush the toilets at the same time to test the pipes. (And, not to be ungrateful, but perhaps my preference might have been that a big "Super Flush" banner not be running in HD on the scoreboard during all my photos.)