On the left, a general idea of what this 35mm Ektachrome slide looked like shortly after my brother shot it in July 1956. On the right, what it really looks like today. Luckily, Ektachrome's fading is pretty uniform and restricted to one color, so in most cases a well-exposed shot can be corrected to yield something acceptable. Over- and under-exposures are more of a problem.
This is the Blue Rock at the corner of Magnolia & Ward in downtown Larkspur, California. In it is one of the three bars. Also: a very nice 1946ish Plymouth convertible, and in the foreground, the front end of a Nash Metropolitan.
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