(Part 1 of 20 in Bruce's Slides)
This post presents a gallery of ALL images in this series. You can click on any to enlarge; you can even click on the first, sit back, and it’ll run them all as a slide show. The gallery is dynamic so it will automatically grow as I add more posts to this series.
(Part 3 of 20 in Bruce's Slides)
This was my dad’s 1957 Austin Healey.
(Part 4 of 20 in Bruce's Slides)
I’ve not the least recollection of this horsey ride; But clearly, it was a thing.
Also: Not all babies are actually cute. This one is clearly “questionable.” (Yes, this is me.)
Note the Lehigh sweatshirt: Foreshadowing!!
(Part 5 of 20 in Bruce's Slides)
Living large Christmas morning 1974. (That would make me 3 years old in the photo.)
(Part 6 of 20 in Bruce's Slides)
In 1977, Bruce Constantine and Rick Hollister took these photographs using a mast-mounted camera on a Hobie 16.
(Part 7 of 20 in Bruce's Slides)
Mom and I in 1977, taken at The Land of Make-Believe.
…and the Internet knocks another one out of the park. This place we visited when I was six; Right, how could any of us possible remember where it really was. <type type type> “oh! There it was!”
(Part 8 of 20 in Bruce's Slides)
“Who are these people? …and what are they doing in our photographs?!”
This one is from a “Highlights of the Caribbean” carousel tray of a 100 slides. I’m guessing the 70s from the outfits.
(Part 9 of 20 in Bruce's Slides)
Camping in Champlain New York in 1977.
(Part 10 of 20 in Bruce's Slides)
There are more shots from this trip coming next in the series.
(Part 11 of 20 in Bruce's Slides)
Way back in 1980, my dad arranged to help a friend (a navy buddy if I recall correctly) named Drew move his yacht from Cat Island (in the Bahamas) to Miami.
(Part 12 of 20 in Bruce's Slides)
Here’s a shot my dad took in 1968 when they were at Niagara Falls for their honeymoon. I have two galleries coming soon; the rest of their honeymoon photos, and the photos from our (Tracy and I) trip to Niagara Falls in 2011.
(Part 13 of 20 in Bruce's Slides)
Here are 20 (out of 36 total) slides from their honeymoon to Niagara falls in 1968.
(Part 14 of 20 in Bruce's Slides)
Ladies, please form an orderly line to the left.
(Part 15 of 20 in Bruce's Slides)
USS Furse (DD-882/DDR-882) was a Gearing-class destroyer of the United States Navy, named for Lieutenant John H. Furse USN (1886–1907).
(Part 16 of 20 in Bruce's Slides)
Apropos of Veterans Day, here’s a dozen 35mm slides my father took in the North Atlantic and Mediterranean in 1965.
(Part 17 of 20 in Bruce's Slides)
Uh, remember that project where I scanned 2,500 of my dad’s slides? …people who bought the house found more squirreled away in the garage. …3,000 more. D: oooooookay. Time to make a seperate web site for all my scans/history…
(Part 18 of 20 in Bruce's Slides)
So I sat down and finished hand-labeling the last 1,000 slides! #OCD If i’m snowed in tomorrow, guess what I’m doing. Between slides and prints, I’m approaching 20,000 digital images. Next up, “some” image tagging. o_O
(Part 19 of 20 in Bruce's Slides)
A random slide from the early 90’s, taken at 660 Westminster street in Allentown. (Some of you may recall the big pink house with the pool?)
(Part 20 of 20 in Bruce's Slides)
A couple years ago I started this project of scanning slides. About 3,000 slides in, I thought I was done… and then more slides were found. So, this is, I think, really and finally the end of scanning. I am now working through tagging the digital images to figure out which ones I’ll be posting.