46 year old 127 film - My aunts, brother, and cousin
My aunt Yoli found this film in a camera she had in storage for 46 years.Through numerous address changes and 4 and a half decades, the film stayed in that camera. She showed it to me and the protective paper was loose, so I knew there'd be light leaks, but most of the pictures actually came out. They are blurry, washed out, soft-focus, but they work for me.This photo was shot on film. Taken by cheeso with a Kodak Brownie Starflex loaded with Kodak 127 B & W film in East Los Angeles, CA, United States. These tags describe this photo: antique, vintage, b & w, east la, east los angeles, california, kids, girl, boy, cousin, brother, aunts, woman, black, white, house, stairs, expired, expired film, 127, old, blurry, ghost, fuzzy, black and white, and family. Date: 1966. Time: Noon. This photo can also be found in the album 46 year old 127 film found in a Brownie Starflex Camera.
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