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  •   aglae_lew 1w
  •   traywickanderson Good shot! 1w
  •   gentlejaeyne ?? Vandals, earth settling, earthquakes? 1w
  •   kteis @aglae_lew Thank you, Carmen 1w
  •   kteis @traywickanderson Thank you kindly 1w
  •   kteis @gentlejaeyne I don't think it's the work of vandals. More likely they've come loose on their plinths and have been laid down by cemetery officials to stop them tumbling over and breaking in high winds. Probably a safety measure as well as a visitor/ig'er wouldn't want one falling on them as they lined up a shot. I see lots of these on my cemetery visits. 1w

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kteis @elakkanin Here you go, my first camera - a Kodak Instamatic 25 - given to me on my 12th birthday. Last used probably circa the 80's but still in working condition. 2w
  •   kteis @elakkanin You're most welcome, thank you 2w
  •   kteis @photographyleo Thanks very much 2w
  •   speedysnapper Wow that's just awesome that you still have it 2w
  •   derikonograph @kteis very cool my friend! 2w
  •   agrolina Love love love 1w
  •   kteis @speedysnapper Thanks, James. I'm reluctant to throw out something like this that has served me well for years and continues to work. I might just resurrect it one day, if I can find somewhere to purchase the film cartridge. 6d
  •   kteis @derikonograph Thank you very much, bro. Even though this is basic in the extreme, it took reasonable photos. One day I may just try and get hold of some film and give it a run, but I'd need a shop to develop it as I know zero about dark rooms. 6d
  •   kteis @agrolina Thank you, Amberlyn. Had a lot of fun with this over the years. Better than this though, my mum had a Kodak Brownie. She seems to think she got rid of it but I'm sure she's going gaga and has it somewhere in her huge house :-) I'll have to investigate further ... 6d

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