“Hundreds of pitches are thrown in every game, and each one requires the sheer management of tremendous energy: the ability to gather, wind up, and fire a baseball ninety miles an hour into a little box more than sixty feet away. In the moment, you can consider nothing that came before, and nothing that will come after. It shocks you every time.”
In the second installment of the season-long Bull City Summer Series, Adam Sobsey on how William Eggleston would photograph a baseball game.
Photography Credit Leah Sobsey