1964 Cadillac Deville

I came out of my place and saw this 1964 Cadillac DeVille with front end damage parked across the street, so I ran back inside and grabbed my Canon AE-1P to photograph it. In the background is the Art Union Building which was constructed in 1947 as the Carpenters Union Hall.

A few weeks later as I was leaving my place I saw a man across the street in a yellow suit and flailing his arms while talking to someone in front of the Art Union building. I stopped to see what was going on and thought that this guy would be an interesting subject to photograph, so I went home and grabbed my camera.

After talking to him for about 20 minutes we realized that the DeVille was his car, so I went home to find the print to give to him, and photographed him with it.

This is Arthur and his dog Teddy Bear photographed with a Mamiya C220 on Portra 400 film.

1964 Ford Ranchero

I came across this beautiful 1964 Ford Ranchero parked in a SDFD garage as the sun was setting.

I came back a week later once the film was developed and printed and asked if any of the firefighters there knew who the car belonged to, so that I could pass the print along to them. I was told that it belonged to an individual who had just retired, but would be back, so I left the print there for him.

Photographed with a Mamiya C220 on Portra 400 film.

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