Alcatraz, “C” Block Cells, Cell Bar Shadow Lines, Night

ISO800, 35mm (prime lens), f/1.8, 1/50 sec
Alcatraz, San Francisco Bay, CA

Now going through all the images I started post-processing on, stopped for one reason or another, and flagged for later review.  Outside the world of landscape photography, I have an affinity for lines, repetition, and patterns.  I can usually rely on buildings and architectural elements to satisfy that side of the brain.

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This composition of three cells on “C” block was taken from the former prison library across the walkway known as Park Avenue.  I briefly played with the idea of cropping the image down to just the three cells and the foreground shadow lines in concrete, but it seemed a bit too repetitious, and thus bland.  From reviewing many of these photos on the computer screen, I have a feeling I could spend a few hours just photographing the lines on the floor!

Listing of photograph(s) from this day’s San Francisco daytrip:

EXIF data: Nikon D7000, center-weighted metering mode, ISO 800, 35mm (prime)f/1.8, 1/50 sec

Alcatraz, “C” Block Cells, Cell Bar Shadow Lines, Night.  Alcatraz, San Francisco Bay, California.  January 26, 2013. © Copyright Steven Tze – all rights reserved.

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2 thoughts on “Alcatraz, “C” Block Cells, Cell Bar Shadow Lines, Night

    1. Thanks Mike. After going through all the photos of that night and especially after spending time processing a few, I just have to go back some day and shoot lines and shadows. Interesting to me is the green on the 2nd floor cells are a different shade on green, more on the teal side. Strange.

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