his is the Waverly Diner on the corner of Waverly and Sixth Avenue. The neon lighting is what attracts me to this shot and quite by accident the lighting of the Empire State Building, in the distance, is similar to the sign. The car belongs to a friend who agreed to be part of the shot.
This image is mounted on the emulsion side of a polaroid. I do this because I like the look of the instructions on one side and the dried emulsion on the other. This method of presentation is unique to my work.
The frame is a black satin finish, slimline frame, very pretty.
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