As many of you know, I’ve been a big fan of the Madventure 360 camera for awhile. Well, since I got so much use out of it, I decided to upgrade since the incredible Insta360 One X was just released. It has many improvements, such as easier HDR, mindblowing video stabilization, better software, faster video transfer, and a longer, sturdier selfie stick.
This was supposed to be my Christmas present but… I had to make sure it worked! 😉
Click/drag/scroll on the image below to have a look around my office cubicle! (Make sure you’re in landscape mode on mobile.)
A rare breed of historic yet modern, Angel Stadium is the fourth-oldest active MLB stadium but features modern amenities and memorable monuments. Of the three SoCal stadiums we visited, Angel Stadium of Anaheim was in the middle of the pack—not as nice as the Padres’ Petco Park, but far superior to Dodger Stadium.
I saw the Nationals play at their first stadium—RFK Memorial Stadium—in 2005, and that stadium neither looked nor felt like a baseball team belonged there. Having been home to football and soccer teams, RFK had an awkward layout. As I do with every new park, I expected a lot from Nationals Park, which opened in 2008. While it is a vast improvement over RFK, Nationals Park is merely a generic stadium. The inclusion of the President mascots were entertaining and the food offerings were splendid.
I wasn’t expecting much from Petco Park. I had heard great things about San Diego, but their oft-middling team conjured up a middling stadium in my mind’s eye. But in reality, Petco Park is one of the most beautiful ballparks I’ve witnessed yet.
…because I get sidetracked making stupid stuff like this GIF.