Photographer's Note

Another nothing special taken a few blocks from my house.

I had just turned into a long, narrow street called Brännkyrkagatan, when I saw these two men painting the stone foundation of a house from the early 19th century. This is a block where one side of the street goes on a small hill above the other side. I liked the connection between their black paint and the black railing making a curve along the "hump", so I took a few photos.

I had hoped for something better than this, but I still like the black curves and their connection with other black areas.

Two alternative photos can be seen in the workshop.

For more than two months I have only posted relatively recent digital photos. Being largely confined to my apartment (not by law, but by the health authorities' strong recommendation) I have had time to make a few new scans of photos from the early 1980's, so the next time I will return to the pre-digital days.

From the map coordinates 59.31978 18.06496 the Google man will take you here. As usual a bug prevented me from entering the figures the proper way.

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Additional Photos by Gert Holmertz (holmertz) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 10820 W: 536 N: 20997] (91928)
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