2014 March 28: What we did is history now

 

2014 March 28:   What we did is history now

Valerie_3743

Valerie am missing you_3790

Valerie & Sly_3755

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Val in a joyful mood_3784

Val & Sly sm_3783

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Sly Moon & Bridge_3815

Sly and Valerie sm_3718

Sly and Val off ground_3806  Sly and da moon sm_3816

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Sly & Val off ground best_3803

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© Zanele Muholi

Where:  San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge
Country:  United States
Featuring:  Selaelo ‘Sly’ Mannya and Valerie Thomas
When:  14th March 2014
Camera used:  Canon 6D with 85mm lens. f stop: 2.8
How: The photos were taken set on multiple shots.

The story about how we ended up doing this will follow.
Sly and Val will share their part.

 

To be continued…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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