That’s a lot of Pictures.

My friend Richard and I often wonder in the back of our reptillian minds how much money it would have cost to take all these photos and have them printed and processed twenty years ago

1) Saturday Market on Sunday

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2) International Test Rose Garden

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3) Japanese Garden

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4) Allure of the Automobile

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1 Comment

  1. Wil C. Fry

    I’m not much of a flower guy, but I liked your Rose Garden images. The cars were my favorites. For each prototype car that never made it to the market, I’m always curious if there was an actual problem with it, or if some big-wig just assumed the market wouldn’t like it…

    As for the cost of processing these images in the film days, that’s precisely why I switched to digital (one of several reasons). With film, I simply couldn’t afford the ongoing cost of new film and developing. With digital, I can save up for one big purchase, and then don’t have to spend anything afterward, no matter how many pictures I take. 🙂

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