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Montreal, 1967. This shot was taken using 35mm Kodachrome with the camera resting on a railing. In the distance, the U.S. pavilion is the Buckminster Fuller dome on the left while the U.S.S.R. pavilion is the brightly-lit dipping roof building on the right. Today, the U.S. pavilion still stands as an indoor arboretum. View full size.