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by Joan Hamerman Robbins
Author: Joan Hamerman Robbins
Publisher: Da Capo Press; 1 edition (March 21, 1990)
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Don Hamerman from Stanford, Connecticut, captured this incredible set of decaying baseballs after spending years picking up them from an old diamond near his home. The ones that really were hit out of the park: Photographer's extraordinary pictures of decaying baseballs he found while out walking his dog. Don Hamerman collected these balls from an old diamond near his home in Stamford, Connecticut. They have sat in his studio for years, but he recently decided to start photographing them. He's not been to a game in about a decade and says he cares more about their aesthetics than history.