As previously mentioned, I took the family to last Thursday’s Met-Reds game. My oldest likes to go on walkabouts through Shea. This time we went to the absolute last seat in the Upper Deck, Section 48, left field. Here are some of the views from on high.
First off, here is the blue and orange construction hook attached to the big crane above Citi Field. I’ve been trying to get a good photo of that all season:
My son was getting vertigo up top. I don’t get dizzy looking down but definitely feel woozy looking sideways. How did I manage these steps back when beer was only $3.00 a cup?
Here’s the perspective behind the Upper Deck, looking across to Whitestone. In less than two years, these vistas will be extinct so next time you’re at Shea, make the pilgrimage with your kids, your loved ones or your imaginary friends:
Sunset over the city. If life was fair, folks would heed Greg from Faith & Fear and keep Shea standing, just for the scenery:
Finally, the field from the last seat in the house: