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Find Waldo, or Whoever You Want at Game 1


Remember after the inauguration the photo that was so detailed you could see nearly every single person who was at the event’s face? Well, photographer David Bergman took 675 individual photos over a 53 minute period at game 1 of the World Series measuring a full 2,904 megapixels and now you can zoom in and see all the fans. Whether it’s spotting Alec Baldwin, Lorne Michaels or just see someone get carded while buying a beer in the stands, you can see everything. I can’t show the full thing here, so click the image below to be taken to see the full version. Check it out you won’t be disappointed!

World Series Gigapan[MLB]


1 Response to “Find Waldo, or Whoever You Want at Game 1”


  1. 1 Ignatz
    November 5, 2009 at 2:20 pm

    They need to do this on a summer day!


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