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Diamond Bar, California, August 1965. The owner of the MG across the street isn't having quite as good a day as my niece and nephew. I shot this on 35mm Kodachrome. View full size.
Looks like I've got at least a pair of kings, so I'm pretty happy. Can't quite read my future brother-in-law's expression. He's either wary, amused, or maybe he's just glad that I've grown out of the kick-sister's-boyfriends-in-the-shins phase and now just challenge them to a friendly game of five card draw.
I always liked to have a glass with a finger or two of Pepsi on the table; looked sort of like whiskey and we were in a saloon in one of those cowboy movies I liked to watch on TV. 2-1/4 square Kodacolor negative taken by my sister in the living room of our house in Larkspur, California. View full size.