As with most of the b/w film negatives from the archive, okay, closet, this is an undocumented image of an unknown location, though a bar, obviously, and time, some time ago, actually. I do know it was taken in Florida. And there do not appear to be many adult beverages on the menu but, from the looks of the tables, people are drinking beer and maybe more.
My first visit to the Smithsonian’s Air & Space Museum in the last century provided what for me was an exciting opportunity to see the model of the Enterprise used in filming Star Trek: The Original Series that ran on television in the 1960s. At the time I was rather disappointed over how the model was displayed, sort of as an afterthought, out of reach overhead in a hallway leading to a larger exhibit space. And the light was not […]
The B/W archive coughed up this negative with a wonderful detail of the exterior artwork on the tunnel of terror ride at the St. Helen Catholic Church’s Harvest Festival from sometime in the last century in Vero Beach, Florida. The horror was precipitated by a rickety little car on rails jolting through a dark trailer while encountering a mixture of mostly cliche, but immeasurably fun, scary props. After all these years, my regret is that I did not take a […]
The concertgoers wait for the doors to open. A clue to one of the bands playing can be seen in the image. In the end, a mostly forgettable evening of music from long ago. This is a semi-random selection from the B/W film negative archive.