So, this is my sojourn into photography in the 1960’s. The highlighted texts are links. Just click on them to find out where I’m taking you. If you want to make a comment or see the comments just click on the title. If you missed the beginning go to rcainphoto.com and scroll back many days.
This was it. The final party. Behind Glenn are the Posters I had printed then sold throughout Vancouver. They ended up in the Hornby Co-op for sale. We had some beer and I was presented with a beautiful Nikon lens. You can see my enlarger on the desk which I had reclaimed. Focus used it all the years I was there. Speaking of years it was only 4 maybe 5 that I worked at Focus. An amazingly short time that would influence me for the rest of my life. This was it. Time to go!
Glenn stuck this on my enlarger. Kept it on Hornby. Memories.
Another Annette Shaw creation.
3 thoughts on “The End”
Given the prophetic sketch and what I agree has been the rest of your life, you did miss the boat. Thank you for sharing it. I loved the Vancouver photos. And to see Glenn.
Interesting how there are often critical times in our lives that generate a life long influence. Mine was my relatively short stint of 7 years on Hornby.
THat was a great trip down memory lane, Bob. Thanks for the effort, the pics, the stories, and the memories.
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