Art Gallery

browse by section and/or genre

Flying Bat, Crouching Crowd - For Auntietk and Ry

Member Since Apr 20, 2009
280 Images, Last upload Apr 23, 2014

Homepage »
Members remain the original copyright holder in all their materials here at Renderosity. Use of any of their material inconsistent with the terms and conditions set forth is prohibited and is considered an infringement of the copyrights of the respective holders unless specially stated otherwise.

Zoom in   Add Image   Add Artist   Report  
I got the batter swinging at the ball, before the bat split. Actually you can see the bat splitting. It came flying up into the stands. Ry threw his hand up to keep it from hitting his nachos,and deflected the broken bat. It would have hit the woman behind him in the head. She didn't even know it was coming. He also cut his hand, it didn't need stitches but it's going to leave a scar. The little girl, about 7 or 8, in front of us dubbed Ry a hero and was completely smitten with him the rest of the game. Every time she looked back at him she would bat her eyes. It was so cute.

It was an exciting game. Even though the the Timber Rattlers lost. I told Auntietk I was going, and she told me to get shots. I had every intention of just dedicating it to her today, but after the bat splitting and Ry saving a woman's head I thought it needed to be dedicated to the hero too.
Have a great day/night/evening, or just Sunday.
August 16, 2009
511.2 kB

Views Today
Views in Last 45 Days
Full-size Views

    (average 5.0000)

Shutter Speed
10/300 sec
F Number
Focal Length
12 mm
ISO Speed

Image Comments

Aug 16, 2009 12:17:26 pm
Wow!!! you caught it flying. Thsnk you Ry for saving the day!

by clbsmiley Homepage »

Aug 16, 2009 12:21:59 pm
This was another of many firsts for Cheri this summer, hard to believe that she had never attended a baseball game. The Timber Rattlers are the Milwaukee Brewers minor league team, and the stadium in only about 20 minutes away. We had great seats, smack dab between third base and home plate.
You can see the bat piece heading our way in this, it looks a bit long, but I think that has more to do with shutter speed, kind of like the long red tailight trails in a night street shot as the cars go by.

It wasn't until the broken half crashed into an incredibly fortunate open spot a few rows back, that everyone around us realized what had just happened, and how lucky the woman behind Ry was that he stuck his hand out, even if it was only to protect his beloved nachos. It really could've been ugly!!

Incredible shot sweetie, and what ninja like timing to grab this as it happened, WOW!!!!

I missed the first pre-season Packer game to go to this, but it was so worth it!!!

by elfin12u Homepage »

Aug 16, 2009 1:14:01 pm
Really nice capture! Great timing. Very well done!

by Miska7 Homepage »

Aug 16, 2009 1:22:21 pm
What a terrific capture and wonderful story

by pops Homepage »

Aug 16, 2009 1:31:55 pm
Right place, right time, fab shot.

by jendellas Homepage »

Aug 16, 2009 1:42:57 pm
superb capture and great story...

by Minda Homepage »

Aug 16, 2009 2:42:20 pm
Great capture my friend, excellent shot.

by adrie Homepage »

Aug 16, 2009 4:05:02 pm
marvelous shot!!

by flavia49 Homepage »

Aug 16, 2009 6:06:29 pm
Who said baseball wasn't a dangerous game?
Just last night one of the LA Dodger pitchers was hit, and hard, on the head by a screaming line drive off the bat of a Arizona Diamondback batter. The ball bounced with such force that it ricocheted all the way into the stands. They had to stop the game, put the unfortunate pitcher on a gurney, and take him to a nearby hospital.
Anyway, fine POV and dynamics in this night shot, Cheri.

by goodoleboy Homepage »

Aug 16, 2009 7:04:51 pm
Lol @ Dave! Great pov and capture Chrei! I'm not much into sports but the work is super and the dedi very nice!

by ShadowsNTime Homepage »

Aug 16, 2009 7:23:02 pm
Wow! What an exciting shot! I can see the ball flying, the bat flying, see the energy in the batter ... fantastic! As you know, I think watching baseball is somewhere just below watching paint dry, but gosh ... still shots are great. You saved me the trouble of sitting through the whole thing, and have brought me the single most exciting moment of the night!

Thank you, my dear!

by auntietk Homepage »

Aug 16, 2009 8:43:32 pm
superb capture

by Alex_Antonov Homepage »

Aug 16, 2009 9:19:00 pm
Great capture!

by SerenityBlue Homepage »

Aug 16, 2009 10:41:28 pm
Neever a boring minute good capture just the right moment

by nigh23 Homepage »

Aug 17, 2009 6:00:58 am
Dude! Awesome.... No idea how its played.. lol, but brilliantly caught shot!

by debbielove Homepage »

Aug 17, 2009 6:27:11 am
Super design, great atmosphere!

by moni2000 Homepage »

Aug 17, 2009 8:52:50 am
splendid capture!

by sandra46 Homepage »

Aug 17, 2009 2:05:35 pm
Good action shot !

by moochagoo Homepage »

Aug 17, 2009 5:09:18 pm
OMG.. what a shot, whatta catch, what a day!! Amazing story and wonderful photo!

by odie Homepage »

Aug 17, 2009 6:48:47 pm
woww...terrific shot!!!

by orig_buggy Homepage »

Aug 18, 2009 9:47:41 pm
OK, I don't see the ball. This is not surprising, since I could never see it when I reluctantly tried to play softball in school either. You know the story. Way out in right field, and strike, strike, pinch hitter. This is a great capture! You are both stars in my book!

by myrrhluz Homepage »

Aug 23, 2009 6:14:59 am
Batman in action! Therewas certainly more than one superhero in this stadium. Great photo and story.

by Str4wB34ry Homepage »


The artist of this image has indicated the following preference for comments:
Both critical and non-critical comments are welcomed.

Your rating of this image:  

Ratings aren't calculated until an image has been rated 4 times
Powered by Bondware
Newspaper Software | Email Marketing Tools | E-Commerce Marketplace