Memory Monday, Week 70

This week I’m sharing the final set of images from my box of professionally photographed slides. I hope you’ve enjoyed seeing them as much as I have! I’ll be taking a break from Memory Monday next week (and possibly the week after that) as I try to decide what’s next. My new scanner has made such a huge difference in […]

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Memory Monday, Week 61

Wesco Colored Slides were advertised in Popular Photography magazines during the 1940s and 1950s as an easy way to visit faraway beauty spots or “fillers”  for personal holiday slideshows. The scenes were shot by professional photographers, so they’re unquestionably well done. Sadly, my current slide scanner isn’t able to do justice to the colors in these scenes, although I’ve done […]

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Memory Monday, Week 5

Bridalveil Fall, Yosemite, in 1951: View of the Yosemite Valley: Half Dome, 8,842 feet (2,695 meters): The bottom and left photos are labeled “Over  Tioga Pass.”  The Tioga Pass area, on the eastern side of Yosemite, is full of hiking trails and sights such as  Tenaya Lake and the Tuolumne Grove of ancient Sequoias. With this photo — a view of Echo […]

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