At one time, Kodak included with its Pony II camera produced from 1957 to 1962, small exposure value cards. Kodak also included these cards with some popular consumer films like Kodacolor, Ektachrome, Kodachrome, Plus-X, Pan-X and Tri-X for a period of time in the 1950s and 1960s.
The cards were intended as a handy aid for the photographer and were meant to be placed in a small holder on the back of the camera (the film door).
This is a Rasta inspired beach shack on Blood Bay, a part of the 7 Mile Beach in Negril, Jamaica. Magazines, sunglasses, sunscreen and bug repellent – that’s what they sell. Oh, positive vibrations too!
The Arecaceae are a botanical family of perennial climbers, shrubs, and trees commonly known as palm trees. Palm trees are mostly distinguished by their large, compound, evergreen leaves, known as fronds, arranged at the top of an unbranched stem. They are beautiful whether it be day or night.
This is a boat used for scuba diving at anchor on a very calm and beautiful Bloody Bay which is a part of the 7 Mile Beach in Negril, Jamaica. These boats see a lot of work as the waters off the coast of Negril are some of the finest waters for diving in the world.
When you have a cupboard dedicated to a variety of hot sauces you tend to seek out other hot sauces not available at your local stores. Here are a couple of hot sauce shop discoveries made while on some travels to Las Vegas and Jamaica. Don’t worry, I’ll be looking for lots more hot sauces in the future. Good hot stuff mon!
This is an aerial view of the lonely island called Cuba. There is an obvious lack of any kind of development along the shoreline – no roads, no homes, no docks or piers and no fishing boats. In fact, Cubans are not allowed to own boats because that is how you leave the island for better places. Free Cuba!