Like it was, in England, before the war

Here, we explore the world of the Kodak Baby Hawkeye camera. A small, palm-sized camera, made in England, circa 1936. This camera uses 127 film, which is difficult to obtain, but not impossible. There is no view finder on this camera, so you are never exactly sure what it is that you are focused on before taking the photo.

But all of that make for a much more fun adventure when heading out with this camera.

The photos here were all taken around Washington, DC and have not been edited. These are the raw images.

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