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Brick Walk: Gruen Texas

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Brick Walk: Gruen Texas

Brick Walk shows a portion of the vintage decorative brick walkways in the town of Gruen, Texas. The image shows late afternoon sunlight washing over the bricks in strong side lighting. The bricks are laid in a pattern of concentric arcs that lead the eye into the center and out the upper right side of the image.

As we walked around the shops in the town center, I looked for something out of the ordinary to photograph —and glanced down to see this textured pattern. I waited to make the exposure as late in the day as possible to get the lowest angle sunlight. A few minutes later this stretch of walk was in flat shadow.

Brick Walk: Gruen Texas

Brick Walk shows a portion of the vintage decorative brick walkways in the town of Gruen, Texas. The image shows late afternoon sunlight washing over the bricks in strong side lighting. The bricks are laid in a pattern of concentric arcs that lead the eye into the center and out the upper right side of the image.

As we walked around the shops in the town center, I looked for something out of the ordinary to photograph —and glanced down to see this textured pattern. I waited to make the exposure as late in the day as possible to get the lowest angle sunlight. A few minutes later this stretch of walk was in flat shadow.

Brick Walk was created on Kodak T-Max 100 sheet film in a 4x5 inch Zone VI camera mounted with a 90mm/f-8 Nikkor SW lens. The negative has been digitally scanned and is presented here as an archival ink jet print.

This image was selected for inclusion in the Shared Visions 2012-2013 Exhibition at the Southern California College of Optometry.


8x10 $175 Matted
11x14 $275 Matted
16x20 $400 Ships rolled
Brick Walk: Gruen Texas

Brick Walk shows a portion of the vintage decorative brick walkways in the town of Gruen, Texas. The image shows late afternoon sunlight washing over the bricks in strong side lighting. The bricks are laid in a pattern of concentric arcs that lead the eye into the center and out the upper right side of the image.

As we walked around the shops in the town center, I looked for something out of the ordinary to photograph —and glanced down to see this textured pattern. I waited to make the exposure as late in the day as possible to get the lowest angle sunlight. A few minutes later this stretch of walk was in flat shadow.

Brick Walk is one image in a larger body of work. An on-going project titled Portals and Pathways, treats the passage of light through and around windows and doors, and over. . This is one attempt to capture and share my vision of the subtle drama as light moves across a surface or into a space. In 2014 this image was selected for inclusion in The Four By Five exhibition sponsored by the Photographers Alliance of New Orleans, and appeared in of the September 2014 issue of View Camera magazine.


Brick Walk was created on Kodak T-Max 100 sheet film in a 4x5 inch Zone VI camera mounted with a 90mm/f-8 Nikkor SW lens. The negative has been digitally scanned and is presented here as an archival ink jet print.

This image was selected for inclusion in the Shared Visions 2012-2013 Exhibition at the Southern California College of Optometry.


8x10 $175 Matted
11x14 $275 Matted

Additional Information

Dimensions: 14" width x 11" height x 1" depth

Weight: 2lbs

Materials: Fine Art Print, Ink, Photography

Subject: Cityscape, Still Life

Style: Realism

Colors: Black, Gray, White

$275.00 USD

Quantity:Product ID# 52581

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Drew Bedo

In late 2002 became legally blind. One eye has no useful vision; the other has severely degraded vision. Yet, I see. There are some things that I can no longer do at all, and many things that I must now do differently. Photography is one of them. I create photographic images using ...read more

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