I looked and looked at the pattern in the bricks until I found the right spot for these photos. The brick must have been regrouted (patched, not completely redone), which made it a bit more challenging, but I found the spot after much searching.
This is heartbreaking, it’s so beautiful.
She wasn’t dancing, but I also can’t recall exactly how this photo happened. I think I just snapped another shot while she changed her position.
But I like to imagine she was dancing, anyway.
When she let her hair down, it was always amazing. The curls were all natural.
One of the only other color photos from the shoot on the studio roof.
I think I had a little instamatic-style camera with me, which had color film in it. The black and white photos would have been taken with my Nikon FE2 SLR.
I only took a couple color images. Too bad. At least I have the nice black and white photos.
The wooden deck at the bottom of the photo didn’t exist when the original photos were taken. She is sitting on what would have been a ledge.
I loved her profile. I loved her hair.
I love everything about this.
These were really hard to line up. I was rushed, partly because I felt like I was really putting the guy out. Another reason they were hard to line up is because I probably had a telephoto lens when I took the original black and white film photo, but I need to use a really wide angle lens to take these “missing piece” photos.
When you’re this close to a wall, or similar object, that lens length makes a huge difference.
Naturally, I still love this.
This photo is so 80’s, although it would have been taken in 1990 or ’91.
I love it. I love everything about it.
When at least two have been similar, I’ve been doubling up posts, lately.
This image is obviously very similar to the image from yesterday, but since this is one of my favorite series of her, each image will get its own post.
So, now you know what to expect for the next week, or so.