Fire Wall

In the early 1970s an intense fire destroyed a local department store. This fire wall stopped the blaze from extending into an adjacent building occupied by a pharmacy and photo shop. The camera used was a Minolta SRT-101, with an 85 1.7 MC Rokkor-X lens and Kodachrome film.

Image data was downloaded to a spiral Mead® Memo book (pocket version) using a retractable Papermate® ball-point pen, and subsequently stored on an in-house server using the “EXIF” Filing Method*.

*(Effortlessly X-cised Information Fragments)

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