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    Those were great pictures! Sure miss Kodachrome.

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    Thanks for sharing that, I really enjoyed them!

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    Thanks for the link Ric, great pictures.

    Yet another reason film is king.
    70 years down we're still able to look at the pictures in today's file formats.

    Wonder if today's d*** images will be readable 20 years from now.

    Cheers,
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    .. i cant say i miss kodakchrome because I never shoot it... but nice pictures and can only agree with the charm of the images.

    and I also love McSorley's Old Ale House, every visit to NY i always go there, love the place.

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    I've never been to US. Viewing these wonderful pictures has been like making a trip both across the ocean and back to previous century. Great experience. Grazie

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    THanks that was neat... I passed it on to a few of my colleagues.
    I was just given some images a pro shot of Duke Ellington visiting the local university, and images on 8x10 glass plates of local things, I like these windows into time.
    That being said, as long as there is electrical power, I am not worried about jpegs, or Tiffs being unreadable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ric Trexell View Post
    .... By then these pictures will be 140 years old and all you will need to view them is a light table. ... Ric.
    In case light tables or electricity will no longer be available, sun light will be enough to make a trip back in time. :-)

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