| images by john ecker, pantheon photography

Evolutionary Rainbow Mural, San Francisco

EVOLUTIONARY RAINBOW, SAN FRANCISCO: This mural is on a wall at the corner of Haight and Cole, in San Francisco.  Originally painted around 1967, it was completed by Joanna (Yana) Zegri.  I understand that the original was removed when the building was in dire need of repair.  It was subsequently restored in 1981, 1983 and 1997.  The mural is intended to depict evolution.  I sat across the street in the shadows for about an hour, watching people pass by.  Most passed it like it was not even there. Others paused to take it all in.  This photo is a composite of one person walking by hurriedly, oblivious to me and the mural. Shot handheld with a Nikon D300, 16-85mm lens at 50mm, 1/1000 sec, f11, ISO 640 Photo illustration by John Ecker  |   Pantheon

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