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Old Mr. Empire - 12:45-12:47AM

Old Mr. Empire - 12:45-12:47AM

A perfect moment spotted on my way to Penn Station after a night out in New York Town. A giant cloud was rolling behind the unlit Mr. Empire, creating a great eerie silhouette. I propped myself against a mailbox and held my Brownie Hawkeye's shutter open for dear life. A minute and a half later the cloud had rolled away and the image had been captured. Just in case you are wondering why this photo has a different hue than my others taken with the same camera and film, it is because this is a scan of the print and not of the negative as the others are.

michaelmorse This photo was shot on film. Taken by michaelmorse with a 1957 Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model loaded with Kodak Tri-X film (available in our Online Shop) in New York City, United States. These tags describe this photo: building, empire, state, long, exposure, city, new, and york. Date: 2011. This photo can also be found in the album B&W Brownie Hawkeye - New York, Pennsylvania, Tennesse, Texas.


  1. chuo104


    Nice shot.

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  2. michaelmorse



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