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.