Monthly Archives: July 2015

They don’t make ’em like that any more – and it’s probably just as well…

Yesterday I was looking at the window display of a shop specialising in vintage cameras and equipment, and was surprised to see this book among all of the camera-related items, which included vintage movie, cine and still cameras, as well … Continue reading

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It breaks my heart but…

I promised to clear our loft, which is so full that it’s difficult to move up there. In the first load of stuff for disposal are these vintage tyres, British made, some of which may date from the 1930s. Some … Continue reading

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When and where was this hairstyle ever acceptable?

Just bought a camera manual from the late 1970s/early 1980s, and this photo from the manual illustrates, for me, the difference between style and fashion. ┬áStyle is enduring, fashion ephemeral. ┬áThis guy almost certainly changed his hairstyle, and, hopefully, shaved … Continue reading

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