Through my time machine I brought this back from the 1980s.
I was coming home from a "Morning Glory" 4AM bicycle ride in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. It was shortly before 6AM Sunday morning and the morning papers were stacked for sale with the salesman napping by his papers. Traffic hadn't started up yet and he was resting, waiting for his clients.
The camera I used was quite interesting. I had been testing an early 1950s Zeiss Contessa pocket rangefinder, 35mm camera with a 45mm 2.8 Zeiss Tessar lens. My film of choice then was Tri X, 400 asa, developed in Kodak D76, diluted to a one to one ratio. Printed on an Omega D-3V enlarger.