2012 // 49ers vs Bills 

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Play Action Shoot (Terrell Lloyd, myself, Kym Fortino, and Ben Warden) – October 7, 2012

Keeping my posts in chronological order…

This was the first game in October for the San Francisco 49ers, and just like the rest of the other teams in the NFL, there were pops of bright pink throughout the stadium in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month.

It may have been another day on the job, but I definitely enjoyed the beautiful scenery.

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The details were on point. Check out the pink goal post!

The employees of Candlestick Park were also a big part of the event.

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This is the view from my spot in the press box.

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Ben prepping for the game along with the 49ers

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Trent Baalke 

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I like this candid of Kym!

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“Weapons of mass destruction”

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The best seat in the house.

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One of my many runs to the press box. I had to stop and take a picture during halftime.

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With the lovely Darby Weber

Photo taken by Kym

One of the highlights of this day was meeting Darby before the game started. I had the opportunity to interview her for the Play Action Shoot blog in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month. She is such an amazing person and her story is quite inspiring. You can find the interview here.

Overall, it was a great day.

The 49ers dominated on the field and defeated the Bills 45-3. Alex Smith threw for 303 yards. Frank Gore, Anthony Dixon, and Colin Kaepernick each rushed into the end zone. Michael Crabtree, Kyle Williams, and Mario Manningham were also able to produce points on the board.

It was a frenzy in the offense, and you can tell by the high score. Definitely one of the many reasons why 49ers football can be so exciting.

All photos edited and taken by Melissa Datu unless stated otherwise

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