Is There Light at the End of the Tunnel?

Like World without End and Endless Stairs, I created this image by pasting in reduced versions of itself on Photoshop layers. Like the doorways in World without End, as a final step I created a super-sized enlarged version of the image and pasted all the already almost infinite tunnel into it. This means that to really see how long the tunnel is you’d have to examine a large print with a magnifying glass, or get really close to the large Photoshop file on my 30 inch monitor. Or take my word for it.

Here’s the original image, taken the other day in one of the World War II vintage tunnels in the fortifications on the Marin Headlands side of the Golden Gate:

Headlands Tunnel

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You have to ask, considering the view in the other direction from the mouth of this tunnel, why anyone would photograph inside this place!

This entry was posted in Bemusements, Photography, Photoshop Techniques.

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  1. […] n Hawk Hill, high on the Marin Headlands beside the Golden Gate, you first pass through an endless tunnel. Coming out on top is like a rebirth, and in the crisp winter air the Golden Gate Bridge […]

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