Sunday, December 13, 2015
Here are two slides that were rejects, but I figured they are nice enough for a lazy Sunday.
This one (circa 1960) is obviously not a great shot, but I am always happy to see the House of the Future. It is well known that this example cost a small fortune, but I've theorized that if they had caught on and gone into mass production, they would have been relatively inexpensive to build. How many people would love to own a house like this, as small as it is? I've also assumed that a real-life version would probably be a bit larger, perhaps by as much as 1/3. Just a guess!
This one might have been an OK slide, except that there was an error in the processing, and we can see a small chunk of another photo to our right. I have two more pictures from this lot that have the same issue, but I cleaned those up and they look pretty good anyway. You'll see them one of these days.