This is a family group taken (presumably by the father of the family) under a stone bridge in June 1962. There were a few things interesting to me about this slide, first that the woman in the picture is smoking which was much more prevalent in the 1960s than now, and secondly that it is taken on Ilfochrome film. This is the first time I’ve ever seen Colour Ilford film.
- Cleaning old 35mm slides
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