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Mud: In Color

Mud: In Color

The living room of our summer house in East Guernewood, California, after the flood of December, 1955. Back then, this stuff was all considered junky enough for a summer cabin, but they'd be antiques today, particularly the Morris chair in the foreground. The porch swing had been brought inside for winter storage. This was definitely one of those world-of-reality crashes into world-of-childhood events for the 9 year-old me. I shot this on 2-1/4 square Kodacolor.

There's an exterior shot of the flood aftermath in the comments here.

Not junk

That piece of pottery on the table might be worth a few bucks today. Roseville? Weller? Hull? Do you have it now?

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