In 1969 I walked up the quite steep, 18% grade, Sycamore Street Hill in the inner city of downtown Cincinnati, Ohio, USA.
My self imposed project was to document the residents available from street level. This young boy, about 8 years old, poked his head out the window to say hi to the passing photographer. I was young, 19 then, and white, a bit out of place in a predominately black neighborhood. As most of the residents I met were friendly, it was a nice task, even the prostitutes got into the fun, as it was mid day and things were quiet.
Later I used this same hill as a training ride for my bicycle race fitness, as it is nearly one mile, 1.6 kilometer, long.
In those days I was using a Nikon F, sans camera meter, but with a handheld Weston Master V, and a 50mm F2.0 Nikkor, with Kodak 135mm PLUS X black and white film, which we reloaded these cassettes ourselves, to save costs by buying in 100 foot lengths..
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