A few weeks ago I was on my Baseball week, where I try to see as many minor league games as possible, photograph a panoramic during the game, and post it to my website. This time I brought one of my pinhole cameras and additionally shot a panoramic of the ballpark exterior. This is a 35mm panoramic camera that I was fortunate enough to trade for years ago and works quite well. The nicest thing about it is that the film is advanced by a lever, similar to the one on my Nikon FM2N, so turning the lever three times takes me to the next frame.

This particular ballpark was that of the Mahoning Valley Scrappers, who are located in Niles, Ohio, where I started this year’s odyssey.

A much larger version of the image can be seen at

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