“Meet me Where the Pavement Ends” (B&W version)

Version 2

A Black and White version of the previous posting. Shot in 1996 on film. Once I scanned it into a PC a few years ago, I have made some minor adjustments, cropping and contrast mostly, converting to B&W. Of the thousands of images I have shot since, this one remains in my top ten. Interestingly enough, I have shown this image in at least three shows, and it has never sold. My next door neighbor, Hanna, my wife and daughter love it though. So, all is not lost :-).

About bluestar2012

Sixty six years young photographer, living in Seattle, WA.

Posted on December 3, 2015, in 1990's, 35mm, B&W, Bridge, film, Golden Gate Bridge, people, San Francisco, Scanned from 35mm Print, Travels, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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