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Mike

Excellent photos, Kodachrome film is the most popular brand of Kodak and it is most popular for its dark-storage longevity. By the by you have taken great shots and waiting to see your next part.

NatashaW

I think all the pics in this post are fantastic, all pat yourselves on the back!

Web Design

It is really a tough task to analyze the specialty of Kodachrome but the thing that, I think, makes it so special is the uniqueness in its process of manufacturing. The photos displayed in the post are really wonderful.

English taobao

I just get all worked up , and I stew around!

AplusDatingSite

Stunning photo's. I like the sun set photo.

Daniel Talbot

Love the pictures! Great work...

richard brown

really like the photos! just doesn't look the same in digital form.

Ronnie

I love the shot of the monk and the church in Milan. This reminded me of my visit to Thailand and in Italy last summer.

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