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The Unknown Arizona Outdoorsman & His Bride | Case #004

CASE CLOSED

The people or photographer have been identified and any updates will appear as a video link below.

Update Episode

Part Two

Part One

The Film
Various rolls of Kodak Gold, Fujicolor and other No Name Thrift Store types. Undeveloped in the canister and fond in an abandoned storage locker.

The Camera

Unknown

The Photos

Over 500 images were developed. many seemed to be snaps while in the passenger side of the car while on the road, documenting landmarks as they approached. Below is a selection of those images.

UPDATE: September 26th, 2014

These photos were taken in Yosemite, mostly likely from Glacier Point. Thanks to Dan Pietsch for submitted this info.

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5 thoughts on “The Unknown Arizona Outdoorsman & His Bride | Case #004”

  1. RE: THE UNKNOWN ARIZONA OUTDOORSMAN & HIS BRIDE (CASE #004)

    Four of these photos (140112-o-005, 140112-o-007, 140112-o-011, and 140112-o-013) are of Yosemite. Apparently taken from Glacier Point.

    In 140112-o-007 you can see Nevada Fall in the lower right-hand quadrant behind the tree. Half-dome is to the left.

    140112-o-013 is clearly Yosemite Falls and Yosemite Valley.

    1. These photos were taken by my brother from California in 2001. He was visiting Goodyear and Winslow, Arizona. Many of the pictures were taken on a drive through the Hopi and Navajo reservations.

  2. These pictures were taken by my brother. He has lived in California for 30 years and took these photos on a visit, in 2001, when I lived in Winslow Az. Do to economic times, the film canisters were sold with a storage shed from northern California.
    BTW, great title!

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