More slides from the vault, and then, some negatives. I’m too busy working on my New Year’s resolutions to say anything interesting. If I don’t make these resolutions, the dog will have to, and I don’t think we want that.
Pictures of the old barn, etc., at Perennial Favorites in Rye, Co. (Their website here.) Lots of things struck Cindy’s eye, and sometimes I would have to stand around while she took pictures. She liked me right away (and vice versa), so obviously she had exquisite taste.
I think this structure has since collapsed. Some of the images here are reversed; maybe there’s a tool for that in Photoshop, but that means looking at the instructions. I’ll save that part for later.
Then I scanned some negatives. It takes a little longer than scanning slides, and the holder deals (technical term) on the negative platen could be easily broken by someone like me, so I tried to be careful. These were taken in 1982, the year we met (met in May, married in September, it was love at first sight); not sure where some of these were taken, except in the mountains, somewhere. The passes might be Cottonwood Pass, or Tincup Pass. I haven’t been to that part of Colorado since then.