I feel very fortunate to have found about 200 35mm photographic slides of the 1972 Agnes flood in the Wyoming Valley. Not every slide is an award winning photo, far from it. Though it’s important to remember what kind of camera equipment people were working with during that period of time. 35mm film cameras, with no auto focus, no digital light metering systems. No infinite ISO settings, in fact your ISO was limited by the film you had in your camera at any given time. If you wanted to boost your ISO you had to use higher ISO film.
Anyway, I don’t want to get off point here. So I’m going to let the pictures do the talking. Hope you enjoy these photographs as much as I have. As much as I’ve enjoyed them they have to be sold. I acquired them in a business transaction, so they must be sold off. One lucky person will purchase close to 200 of them installed in two 100 slide 35mm slide drums.