Saturday, December 20, 2008

Christmas morning. 1936. Dallas, Texas © Stanley Marcus

Above one of the earliest photos of my grandfather's seen in the book my mom & I published, Reflection of a Man. This photo shot Christmas Day 1936, around the time Kodachrome was invented, seemed appropriate as a subtle reminder of a great holiday gift. I have spotted some steals on our book here and here.

6 comments:

Coqui said...

I actually saw it displayed today and thought of you. It's a beautiful book.

avs said...

Very cool Coqui. Where did you see it? xo

Coqui said...

NM Tysons Galleria (McLean, VA) Do you ever get out here?

jt said...

I asked for one for Christmas. Hopefully Santa got one of those deals you were talking about.

avs said...

Merry Christmas Joel. I hope it's a wonderful one!

Phillip Sumner said...

Love the pic. Kodachrome is awesome. I bought some from the last place that processes it, a place called Dwayne's in Kansas, but I haven't shot it yet...