Started walking from our parking spot.
Texas Rangers Stadium.
Jun parked the car more than two blocks away from the stadium. Still need to pay $15 parking fee.
Getting closer and closer.
Jun had some attitude against the camera folks. "Can you guys keep moving?"
New Dallas Cowboy Stadium.
Formal stadium parking starts from $50 behind this street.
We tried to find the main entrance to get a better shooting angle. But the weather is just too hot to allow us walking that far. At this point, we are approaching the stadium. I really need a cold drink.
Firetruck of Arlington fire department in front of the stadium.
Club America fans gathering.
Is this on gas or on electric. How many of this do you folks have in Arlington?
Wei and Jun in front of the new Cowboy Stadium.
ESPN Spanish Channel I guess...
Chelsea daddy, cute little girl and Teddy.
Loyal Club America supporter.
FC Dallas, you can only do this?
A very small corner view of the stadium from the outside.
Entering the new stadium. My gears almost didn't make it. I did try very hard to tell my stuff are just normal hobby gears. Not for professional use. Indeed learned something - Lenses longer than one-foot can't not enter.
While waiting for two busy photographers, Jun looked at the beer booth. "Maybe I should get a cold one first?"
Right behind the goal.
A Wider View.
Wei was working pretty hard during the whole game to capture some wonderful moments and beautiful scenes.
$8 for a Miller Lite. Sure.
A wider view.
"Lobby" level of the stadium entrance.
We climbed up 3 levels above from the level where our seats are. There is still one level above. It is said more than 100,000 people can watch the game at the same time in this new Cowboy Stadium.
Checking out the big display.
One view from the place where we sat.
Sundevil in the new Cowboy Stadium.
The roof on top of the field could be opened fully. But we didn't get chance to see how it operates.
Leather seats in the box room. Should be really nice if watching real Cowboy games.
Set shot of the only one shooting picture with iPhone in this small group.
Set shot of the semi-pro providing the Canon photo coverage of the game behind the goal.
This is not an easy job. But she really did a good job.
Old and new generations of Chelsea fans.