Pink Floyd, Abbey Road Recording (1967)
Photography (limited edition) by Paul Berriff OBE


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  • Size: 32 × 21.5 × 1 in (unframed) / 32 × 21.5 in (actual image size)
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Paul Berriff OBE

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Pink Floyd recording 'Scarecrow' at the Abbey Road Studios in March 1967. This is believed to be one of the only photographs taken of the group during a Abbey Road session. The photograph was taken using a medium format Rolleiflex camera using Kodak Tri-x film.

Smaller version of this photograph available contact Paul Berriff

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Hahnemuhle Baryta Fine Art Paper 315gsm

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