Deterioration

Part of a Metal Cover at a Fortification - Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Marin Headlands, California, U.S.A. June 3, 2017

Part of a Metal Cover at a Fortification – Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Marin Headlands, California, U.S.A. June 3, 2017

To view more of my photography please click on https://www.flickr.com/photos/timothysallenphotos/ & my Instagram site focused on travel https://www.instagram.com/travel_with_timothy_s._allen/

Just Published

The Humboldt Insider published my image in their Fall/Winter 2016 issue, page 116. Humboldt Insider, Eureka, CA, U.S.A. Here is the link to the magazine http://issuu.com/ncjournal/docs/in16-4_issuu/1?e=2972541/39516770 The New Fortuna Theatre was built for Redwood Theatres in 1938. Recently restored, the theater reopened in November, 2000. The main theater features original wall sconces and chandeliers, which have all been completely restored. It also has a 46 foot screen and newly installed stadium seating. The other two theaters are located in the reconstructed balcony. The Fortuna Theater is adding a 3-screen addition that will bring the complex to a total of 6 screens. As part of the restoration, over 500 feet of new neon tubing was installed on the tower. It was lit for the public for the first time in over 35 years, in October 2000. Contributed by Ross Melnick

The Humboldt Insider published my image in their Fall/Winter 2016 issue, page 116. Humboldt Insider, Eureka, CA, U.S.A. Here is the link to the magazine http://issuu.com/ncjournal/docs/in16-4_issuu/1?e=2972541/39516770   –   The New Fortuna Theatre was built for Redwood Theatres in 1938. Recently restored, the theater reopened in November, 2000. The main theater features original wall sconces and chandeliers, which have all been completely restored. It also has a 46 foot screen and newly installed stadium seating. The other two theaters are located in the reconstructed balcony. The Fortuna Theater is adding a 3-screen addition that will bring the complex to a total of 6 screens. As part of the restoration, over 500 feet of new neon tubing was installed on the tower. It was lit for the public for the first time in over 35 years, in October 2000. Contributed by Ross Melnick

To view more of my photography please click on https://www.flickr.com/photos/timothysallenphotos/

 

The Fortuna Theatre – Black & White

Fortuna, California, 2014

Fortuna, California, 2014 

Appeared in MM Week 28 – http://leannecolephotography.com/2014/09/10/mm28-monochrome-madness-28/

The Fortuna – Art Deco Theatre

Fortuna, California, 2014

Fortuna, California, 2014

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