Welcome to a photography site dedicated to my life long passion of places teams play or played. Photos of MLB, NCAA, NHL, NFL, NBA and minor leagues. Photos of parks and arenas from long gone leagues like the ABA, the WHA, USFL and WFL. Stop by, look around and enjoy.
To access all of the slideshows, scroll halfway down to the left side of the page. You will see TIMELESS...and below some of the slideshows. To the right of TIMELESS you will see (show all timeless) click on that and it opens up all the slideshows.
In remeberance of my mom and dad, Bill and Ronnie Busser, who gave me the travel bug, and encouraged my own unique hobby.
I have been associated with the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown New York for 20 years now. Several of my images are on display in the "sacred grounds" section of the hall. The hall has now used my images on their website to document Candlestick Park coming down. Here is the link.
My site has over 500 slideshows. Many are of demolished stadiums and arenas. Places like Chicago Stadium, the Boston Garden, Comiskey Park and many, many others. I also have slideshows of current and no longer in use venues, as well as sites of where many of these facilities once stood.
Photos with my watermark (copyright Bob Busser) may NOT be used without written permission and compensation. Any unauthorized use will result in prosecution. All photos WITHOUT my watermark are not mine and WILL NOT BE SOLD. This includes ALL maps and aerials. Those photos and maps were found on the internet.
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
All photos on this site except where noted are copyrighted by Bob Busser.
Newer uploads have been resized to 100 dpi. The 24 and 36 megapixls are too big.
In case you were wondering, I have used the following Nikon bodies for my photos. Film is as follows, Nikon N6006, N8008, F4 and F5. Early film (mid 70's thru the 80's) were shot with a Canon AE1. All digital photos have been shot with Nikon cameras and lenses. Starting with the Nikon D2H, Nikon D2XS, Nikon D300 and the Nikon D3. I have upgraded to the Nikon D810 in August of 2016. That will be my go to camera now.