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The earth’s waning days were marked by the appearance of winged mechanical beasts that devoured the last of nature’s flying creatures with their pincer-like jaws...

 

This image was created for the Kreative People group’s “Treat This” challenge, in which a source image that is provided by a group member is used as a starter. This week's excellent source image of a dragonfly, provided by xandram, can be viewed via the link below, or in the first comment box.

 

www.flickr.com/photos/xandram/17203020420

 

The mechanical structures used to make the flying beasts here came from an image of the roof structure at Milwaukee's Miller Park, home of the Milwaukee Brewers baseball team. I'm including a lightly edited version of that shot in the first comment box too. The cloud background comes from my archives, with some texturing added to simulate badly polluted skies.

 

Because I think the beasts here are actually rather graceful looking, I am also posting this shot in the Our Daily Challenge group, for the "Grace/Graceful" challenge.

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While in Milwaukee for work last week we were able to take in a Brewers game.

Sanctuary among the trees.

Miller Park [Paper Mill] Nature Trail. Lisbon, Maine. Taken with the Nikon D70, Tamron 55-200mm lens.

Went photo hunting with daughter #4 today. This is the sign on the west side of the main pedestrian bridge over the Miller Park lagoon in Bloomington, Illinois.

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Went photo hunting with daughter #4 today. The ducks and geese at Miller Park lagoon in Bloomington, Illinois are well fed even though you are not supposed to feed them. I think most people just duck the issue. When you arrive, you will find the birds somewhat tame and many, like this one will come to you. By the way, watch you step.

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It was standing-room-only on Sunday at Miller Park, home of the Milwaukee Brewers major league baseball team. A notable feature of the 13-year-old park is its complex and massive convertible roof that can be opened or closed in less than 10 minutes. With temperatures only in the 40s F and a strong chance of rain, the roof was closed on Sunday, making this the best view of the sky available. The day was even gloomier for Milwaukee fans, as the last-place Chicago Cubs knocked off the first-place Brewers by a 4-0 score.

 

For Our Daily Challenge: In The Sky

 

If you ever get an opportunity to participate in a private tour of a major league facility, do it. Getting to see the innards of any large building is cool enough, but walking along the arch of a rectractable roof 260 feet above home plate is nothing short of spectacular. As you can see in this photograph of Miller Park in Milwaukee, WI.

 

Made with a Nikon D4 and 14-24 lens.

 

For more go to www.elviskennedy.com.

It rained during the Memorial Day Service at Miller Park in Bloomington but it did not put a damper on the day, or it's color. There was a lot of red, white, and blue, even on the umbrellas. These two ladies were sitting just in front of me and I thought this made such a neat little scene.

 

The lighter side of techie things:

Anyone that knows me well, knows I love to shoot in the rain. Rain means clouds and clouds are like giant soft boxes that spread the light of the sun. It also deepens the hues of every color with which it comes in contact. Beyond that, it ads a sense of calm and peace, which I found quite fitting for this Memorial Day ceremony.

 

In case you missed the bugler ...

 

The heavy side of techie things:

ISO 400 (It was dark and kinda rainy)

1/250th

f/4.5

130mm

1 giant soft box for the sun

2 colorfully dressed ladies (From the American Legion Ladies Aid I think)

1 colorfully decorated umbrella

1 simple white glove

Miller Park in Preston, Lancashire, England

 

:copyright: 2015 Tony Worrall

When this fan leapt up from his seat, it gave me just a narrow window through which to capture the action when the Milwaukee Brewers’ Norichika Aoki successfully stole third base against the Chicago Cubs in a recent game at Milwaukee’s Miller Park. The Cubs did manage to win this one, however, by a 4-3 score.

 

For Our Daily Challenge: Narrow; and for Cliché Saturday

 

HCS, everyone!

 

The fans were just dribbling in from their tailgate festivities.

N.B. The Brewers lost ... again.

This is a photograph of a piece of a wall of baseballs as you enter Miller Park in Milwaukee, WI. I played around with it a little bit in CS3 which helped the balls pop and give it a much more dramatic feel.

 

NOTE: Pressing "L" makes all the difference on this one.

 

C&C Welcome!

 

Enjoy,

Miller Park, home of the first-place Milwaukee Brewers.

Looking through to ''The Promenade'', on the Miller park side.

The old, stone-built bridge, known locally since the 1860s as ''Ivy bridge'', used to carry the old East-Lancs railway-line which ran from the terminus station in Preston....adjoining the ''proper'' Preston railway station.

If you ever get an opportunity to participate in a private tour of a major league facility, do it. Getting to see the innards of any large building is cool enough, but walking along the arch of a rectractable roof 260 feet above home plate is nothing short of spectacular. As you can see in this photograph of Miller Park in Milwaukee, WI.

 

Made with a Nikon D4 and 14-24 lens.

 

For more go to www.elviskennedy.com.

Miller Park, home of the Brewers.

 

This is a fabulous place to watch a baseball game and we were fortunate enough to see a great game. The other fans in our area were very cool, especially a group of Brewers fans in the row in front of us. We had an absolutely amazing time.

 

To all my flickr contacts and friends, I apologize for being behind in viewing and commenting your photos. Thank you for all of the comments you have left in my absence. I'll have many more photos from my mini-vacation over the next few days...

Miller Park [Paper Mill] Nature Trail. Lisbon, Maine. Taken with the Nikon D70, Tamron 55-200mm lens.

Miller Park [Paper Mill] Nature Trail. Lisbon, Maine. Taken with the Nikon D70, Tamron 55-200mm lens.

Milwaukee Brewers vs.Toronto Blue Jays

August 19, 2014

Miller Park -- Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Just before the sun falls far below the horizon, the last glow of the sun cast a very dramatic light. This is the Sacramento River at Miller Park, Sacramento, CA.

This Packer season really took my mind off of the beating inflicted on the Brewers in their own playoff misery.

Empty bleachers taken at a recent Milwaukee Brewers baseball game in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. A season that started out very hopeful has turned out a bit of a disappointment, but I am still a loyal fan:)

 

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A harbor seal chills out at the Miller Park Zoo, Bloomington, Illinois.

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