This is a fairly straight forward picture of some children playing. What made it interesting to me is that it is a 35mm half frame slide, which were popular in the 1960’s because they enabled you to take 72 pictures on a 36 exposure roll of film. The pictures are portrait orientation rather than landscape by default, and half the size of a 35mm frame.
- Some fantastic Swiss photos in a tatty case
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