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Faces From 75 Years Ago


An interesting find while going through boxes and boxes of pictures from my late aunt’s house. There were several negatives tucked away in this envelope. It’s hard to tell when this is from, but from the distinctive Art Deco font and the negatives inside, it was probably pre-WWII.

Without getting into a digital vs. analog debate, many young photographers that only know digital may not know what this is. It’s a paper holder for your prints and negatives. The corner drug store was a common place to have your film developed until only about 5 or 10 years ago. What’s amazing is that the 75-year-old negatives inside were in near-perfect shape. I scanned them all and saw pictures of family members long gone that I have never seen. I wonder if anyone will be able to recover digital pictures 75 years from now?

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The Ascent



The Ascent, a modern addition to the Cincinnati / Newport skyline seems to flow from the Roebling Suspension Bridge.

The Roebling bridge was the longest suspension bridge in the world when it opened in 1866. 30 years later, Roebling would build the Brooklyn Bridge in New York.

Shot with my wonderful little compact Canon s95.  This is actually an HDR shot.