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A treasure from an attic.

A treasure from an attic.

My great-uncle was a keen photographer throughout the 1950's, 1960's, and 1970's. He travelled to many places and documented them with his Leica. I discovered a fragment of his work a couple of weeks ago in an attic. He was a pretty good photographer. Just out of interest I present them for you. Sorry but I am unsure of a lot of the locations.

robinansell This photo was shot on film. Taken by robinansell with a Leica M3 loaded with Kodak Ektachrome / Kodachrome Slide film in Many. These tags describe this photo: history, 1960s-1970s, w.hall, boats, cruise, planes, slide, trains, kodachrome, windmills, holiday, great-uncle, ektachrome, sea, sun, era, thank you to feny for identifying the location, isthmos at korinthos, and leica. This photo can also be found in the album History and memories, fragments..

2 comments

  1. feny

    feny

    I am 100% sure this is Isthmos at Korinthos in Greece! :D Your great-uncle has been to many places!!!

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  2. robinansell

    robinansell

    Yes he travelled very much, often on cruise ships to many different places. There were many more slides but sadly they disappeared in various boxes and attics. Thank you very much for the location information! :)

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