|Medium:||Pigment Ink Photograph|
|Edition:||1 of 10 Limited Edition|
|Print Size:||Matted Size:||Price:|
|15"x 30"||Loose Photograph||$700.00|
It’s not unusual to hear Duluth referred to as the “Little San Francisco”, particularly with reference to the breathtaking view as you crest the hill from the Twin Cities on I35 and see Duluth, Superior, Wisconsin, the St. Louis River, the harbor and Lake Superior all at once. San Francisco has similar views of that city, but having been there several times, I don’t believe their views have greater impact than this one. The view in this image is a little cleaner, that is, less cluttered in the foreground with trees, shrubs, wires, etc. than the I35 view. Here we see the St. Louis River, its banks on fire with fall color, the three main bridges, the Bong, Blatnick and Aerial Lift Bridge, parts of Duluth and Superior along with the harbor and Lake Superior.
I made this panorama image with a Mamiya 7II camera and Mamiya 150mm lens on Fuji Velvia 35mm film, utilizing the 24×65mm adaptor that mates up with this camera.
© 2013 Kenneth R. Kollodge. All rights reserved