If you don't agree with the old adage "timing is everything", then consider the picture below. The player in front of the player you can make out is...Andrew Luck. And a lack of luck is what makes this a nice picture, but not one worth a ton of money. Screwed by the Butterfly Effect.
I really enjoy shooting at Stanford Stadium because the light is nice during the day and fantastic in the evening. At night, the lights are far brighter than any other stadium in the Bay Area, and almost none of the light spills into the stands. Because of this, the stands don't clutter the backgrounds of pictures:
On the opening drive, UCLA drove all the way down the field, but Stanford's defense held at the goal line:
Stanford's defense, even without injured linebacker Shane Skov was very tough:
Joseph Fauria did some damage for UCLA, but Stanford changed their coverage and took him out of the equation:
Stanford's offense has too many weapons for anyone to handle, especially when Andrew Luck starts catching passes:
The blowout 45-19 loss didn't help UCLA head coach Rick Neuheisel, a man who is certainly on the hot seat:
I'm really looking forward to the Stanford-Colorado game on Saturday. The 4:30pm starting time means interesting light for most of the game, and I will take advantage.