Video Vault: Time-lapse, 23-hours at Target Field

Photographer Brace Hemmelgarn uses time-lapse photography to chronicle 23-hours of Target Field. In his blog, he explains that he wanted to capture a night game, followed by a day game. They were both wins, as well -- last week's 6-5 and 10-9 victories over the Angels.
Author:
Updated:
Original:

Photographer Brace Hemmelgarn uses time-lapse photography to chronicle 23-hours of Target Field. In his blog, he explains that he wanted to capture a night game, followed by a day game:

Next Up

Related

Video Vault: Guy in dog suit runs onto Target Field, 2011

This is what happens when the Twins beat the Angels in a regular season game at Target Field. After the celebration calms down a bit, a guy in a dog suit hops onto the field and heads to left field. Perhaps this can be recreated Wednesday night -- after a Twins victory.

Video Vault: A New Favre

Brett Favre. He's happily retired, and helping coach football in Hattiesburg, Miss., where he makes his home. So far, he's perfect...as the Oak Grove Warriors beat up on the Sumrall Bobcats, 64-6 last Friday in the season opener.

Video Vault: Let Larry Spooner go home!

For the love of man, St. Paul lawmmakers, let Vikings super-fan Larry Spooner go home. He's been camped out at the Capitol since Friday, awaiting the make-or-break Vikings stadium vote. He sums it up best in this all-in-caps Friday Facebook entry: "TAILGATING AT CAPITOL STARTING AT 3 TODAY, TILL IT'S APPROVED, OR THEY MOVE, PURPLE UP AND COME SUPPORT THE VIKINGS, TAKE MONDAY OFF FOR SURE!!!!!"

Video Vault: Barea, Love bicker on bench

The game against the Sacramento Kings out of reach, Kevin Love and J.J. Barea had to be separated from each other on the bench. Afterwards, Barea said it's "part of the game," especially among competitors trying to win. Both players have apologized to each other.