Today is my birthday so you’ll excuse me if I’m feeling a little nostalgic. Here are some photos of things from my childhood that I still own.
This may be the first photograph I took. It’s of my family on their summer beach holiday. I believe I took it because I’m the only one not in it.
Here’s a photo of me with the Kodak 8mm movie camera.
And here are some moving images that little movie camera captured.
You can see some of the View Master Project Apollo images here. They are wonderful dioramas.
You can hear transmissions from the Mercury flights at NASA’s Connect Sounds site.
As far as spiders, well, take a look around. But don’t kill them because they’re really our friends.
Do you still have things you owned as a child? What are they?
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