Going through some of my "junk" recently, found a box of old black and white post-card size prints taken during my schooling years in Melbourne; Australia.
Ahh... those were some of the best days of my life :) And like the famous Kodak Eastman slogan, "We (pictures) capture your memories forever!"
This photo for instant...
A single shot taken with a film camera hidden inside a plastic lunch box, while I was attending our biology class in Oakleigh High School in Victoria, Australia; FORTY FIVE YEARS ago!
Confession is in order, as a student in 1968; I always admired how stunning our biology teacher, Mrs Dawson look! I would love to take some pictures of her but was too chicken to ask ;)
This picture was taken without her permission but without any other motive, I am very sorry I did that; Mrs Dawson. 45 years on, you are still as good looking as ever :)
They say- "Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the number of moments that take our breath away..." this was one of the moment :)
Among the pictures is a shot of me in the Oakleigh High School's class room, snapped by my classmate with my Pentax SV SLR camera.
Famous Last Words...
Every memory is precious. Whether it is a bad one or a good one, they overall shape us for who we are today. So don't let any of them go.
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