Photographs, they're funny things aren't they? In days gone by we were careful about the number we took, limited by the exposures on the film in the camera and often the cost of getting them developed. And we'd wait for them to be developed too which could be anything from a week or so to a couple of hours depending on how quickly you wanted to see how they'd turned out. I remember the excitement of rapidly flicking through the sets of my new photos as soon as I picked them up and often the excitement was mismatched to the actual results, sadly. There'd always be a good shot towards the end of the film that never quite turned out right, yes I'm blaming the film for those!
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