FanPost

Where's Waldo?

A BN reader wanted copies of a couple of the photos I posted of the game winning touchdown at the end of the heart-thumping win over Stanford this past weekend. His nephew is in stands at that end of the field and he wanted to send him a framed photo of the moment. Cool, no problem.

As I looked over the photos, I realized that when I was cropping the photos to post, I concentrated on the players, with the crowd as an afterthought. I missed seeing the pure joy of the moment in the faces of our fans - many I had cruelly cropped out. So I thought I'd post one of the photos, un-cropped and at full resolution, so fans can enjoy the moment again and to find themselves, or someone they know that was at the game in that section. Click the photo below to view it at full resolution (you'll have to scroll around). See the happy faces. See happy Bruins. Mmmmm, Good!

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By the way, if you haven't already figured it out, you can view any photo in a slideshow at different sizes and also download photos at full size (which is usually best, if you're planning getting hard copy pictures done). While a slideshow is running, just click on a photo being displayed and you'll get to a thumbnail index of the photos. Select the photo you want by clicking the thumbnails. As you mouse (don't click on it) over the selected photo, a transparent menu appears allowing different viewing sizes as well as an option to download the photo. There is even an EXIF photo info display option for you photo buffs.

Drop me a line if you have questions or would like an original un-cropped photo. Don't worry, none of this costs you one red a cent. Is this part of the Federal Bailout? Nah! Just another one of the perks for being a Bruin.

<em>This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of BruinsNation's (BN) editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of BN's editors.</em>

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