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Old 11-03-2008, 06:55 PM
 
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Thanks Keith. Those snapshots (or slides) are in the catacombs, and I just had a cheap Instamatic camera, but I wouldn't care if they were taken with a box camera. They're priceless. Notice the square-ish format. We got constantly accused of of having a camera in our eye whenever in sight of an old riverboat, but I think now I didn't take enough. Time to drag out some dusty boxes from under the bed.
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