Of all the sports I cover, I always bump into friends, family and acquaintances during Baltimore Orioles games.
It's the unofficial sport of the summer - and with more than 80 home games played throughout the year - it's difficult not to see someone you know in passing.
The first thing most always say is that they're jealous of my access to be field level. But I always remind them that they also have a grand view from their location in the stadium, too.
For a couple weeks I've been wanting to prove that point as I had never been into the famous warehouse at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Of all the games I've covered, I've never once stepped into the warehouse during play.
It wasn't until I picked up my season credential earlier this year that I got a peek out window. I was instantly drawn to the view out the window and planned to return when the crowd was filling the stands.
For two innings I shot lots of general views of the ball field, yet at the end of the day, the room with a view was my favorite image of the day.