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.
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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:

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