Monday November 20, 2017

NEW YORK NEW YORK – I had a “Rosebud” experience today. Elsewhere on this site there is a short biography in which I discuss my earliest photographic experience shooting my mother’s Kodak. The camera was actually called at Kodak 35, which was made in a couple of variants from 1946 through 1949 or so. I found a working model on eBay and bought it for $35. It arrived today so I cleaned the grim off of it, put a roll of film in and took it for a test drive. It was long obsolete by the time I borrowed it from my mother. The version that I bought has a rangefinder but it’s so funky to use as to be non-functional. I’ll post a picture of the camera as tomorrow’s photo. Today’s images are typical test exposures.

Day 2,958 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.

Out my window with 1948 Kodak
Retake on Spin ceramics with 1948 Kodak

On this date last year (day 2,593): Blizzard

Warrant CT

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