The Street Art Gallery
While scanning my film last night, I realized that the structure supporting the old bridge looked like walls for an outdoor art gallery. This new perspective made the subject of these pictures even more interesting.
Canon AE1 Program, Canon FD 50/1.4, Kodak Portra 400. Unedited.
A couple years ago I ran into similar “street art”, or more accurately, “bridge art” on an old railroad bridge that spans the Santa Ana River here in Riverside, California. Some of it was surprisingly good… I should probably go back and see if there are additions or overpaints now. Link to that art here: http://rralexander.wordpress.com/2010/04/15/bridge-art/
Bridge Art is a great name. I clicked on your link but the pictures showed up as broken links. I’ve had problems with my PC’s connection settings lately so I will have to try again from a different computer.
Love the bridge – well spotted. Thanks for following my blog and thanks for convincing me (by liking your blog) to change to the Triton Lite theme.
Thank you also for sharing your work and techniques with film photography. I noticed you only have two posts per page. If you want to have more (I have 12), you go to Dashboard > Settings > Reading and you’ll find the option of setting the number of posts per page.