Central Park’s Bethesda Terrace has a plaza, a fountain, and an arcade, all of which attract locals and tourists. I was trying out a new pinhole camera, a Vermeer 6X6, in the arcade, and thought the view through the arches and up the stairs that lead to the Mall would be worth trying. I waited until there was a crowd of people going up (or was it down?) the stairs, and a woman passed through the arch and paused long enough to register o the film. I like this black and white version for its graphics; I also have a version, which I like for what happens to the colors.
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