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Fragments of a Life: A Curbside Mystery (NYT, D. Acosta, 13.07.2016)
Old 07-15-2016   #1
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Fragments of a Life: A Curbside Mystery (NYT, D. Acosta, 13.07.2016)

Watch this. Gives much to chew on about photography and otherwise.


A quest to solve the mystery behind an abandoned bag of photo slides found on a New York City street corner leads the reporter Deborah Acosta and her audience to uncover truths about life, love, and loss.
- Alkis

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I watched this, and remembered I had read and enjoyed Mariana's book, "Ice".
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Thanks for posting.
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yup, the trash heap is the fate, (and will continue to be), of many slides and negatives...

digital images will fare no better, as they will be far easier to discard - a coupla' clicks hundreds of images gone!
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