Recently I ended up with my dad’s old camera that he purchased for a trip to Europe that he took us on in 1971. Inside the case, I found a roll of exposed Tri-X Pan TX135-20 black and white film, never obviously developed. I kind of assumed it was a stray roll from that trip and with a skip in my heart brought it to my local Walmart to be developed, thinking that the prints would take me on a trip down memory lane. That didn’t happen.
I picked up the developed roll, looked through the prints and did not recognize a single person or place. Photos of two children and 2 women who are clearly all of the same family. My husband teasingly asked if my dad had a secret second family somewhere.
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