On Monday, I posted a picture of a wall on Washington Street that I’ve been scoping out as a location for more than a year.

I promised that by the end of the week, I would have portraits of people in front of this wall. So, I headed down to Washington Street today and planted myself right in front of the wall. As the light ducked down below the horizon, I started to get nervous about getting a shot today.

Two seperate people walked past who kindly obliged to photos. The first image is of 32-year-old Peter Roepke, who at first declined a photo, then turned around a few minutes later and stood in for this shot.

The second image is of Chris B. Cornell, a gaffer, lighting designer and electrician from University Heights.


Leave a comment

We expect all commenters to be constructive and civil. We reserve the right to delete comments without explanation. You are welcome to flag comments to us. You are welcome to submit an opinion piece for our editors to review.

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.