Limited edition platinum palladium print
COUNT’S TAVERN - WARREN, PENNSYLVANIA - 2010
Count's Tavern is the kind of place that makes the local police blotter worth reading. I had arrived on the outskirts of Warren during a typical summer late afternoon storm. The day was long, so I decided to camp out a few miles away from the tavern. The following morning the sky was still full of angry clouds. I set the camera up at the base of the mural and waited for some sun. The clouds opened up a few hours later as I managed to pop the shutter. Lady luck helped out as I reversed my film holder and snagged a backup negative. I was back on the road long before the locals had awoke from the previous nights liquor fueled festivities. The image was shot using an 8”x20” view camera.