Parking Ramp – Monochrome Madness – Week 24

A few weeks ago I was walking the streets of San Francisco. Rounding a corner in the Tenderloin District I found this dingy and dark parking ramp.  What I saw was the light coming through the window at the top of the ramp bringing needed light to what seems to be a completely vacant parking lot.  I mean really, who would want to go in here?  It sure made for an interesting B&W image though… 🙂

This is my submission for this weeks Monochrome Madness Challenge for week 24 which is curated by the hard working Leanne Cole and Laura Macky.  Please visit Leanne’s site to view the other excellent monocromatic captures.


Parking Ramp

Parking Ramp


About Dan Shehan Photography

I’m a landscape photographer and call San Francisco my home. My favorite locations to shoot are around the Bay, within the City, and along the amazing California coastline. You can find my best photographs at:
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4 Responses to Parking Ramp – Monochrome Madness – Week 24

  1. Great image for MMC…I had to look up Tenderloin District as was curious to see if it was a real name! All three possible explanations for the name given by good old Wikipedia sound interesting!!


    • d3citypics says:

      It’s quite an interesting and “colorful” part of SF, yet I don’t recommend walking through it at night. A bit too colorful for most, I’d say.

      Thanks for your comment and interest Lisa. Cheers!


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