Family-owned drugstore, Kingstown, Tennessee.Sixty-six years at the same location
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Canon 5D MKII, ISO 400, Leica 50mm Elmar Prime Lens at f8
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I began my love of photography when I picked up my mother’s huge 6X8 Kodak bellows camera and tripped the shutter and flashbulb at age three.
My commercial work is represented internationally.
When I am not working, I am riding motorcycles, playing jazz guitar and reveling in nature at my rural cottage in the Cohutta Wilderness Area of North Georgia.
La vie est bonne!
The closest thing to clever I can chime right now is “ding dong”, but I do like this one. Says a lot – and sparingly.
– ©Arni Katz
“Things don’t change much around here”. We have still have small and long-lived family owned single-site retail outlets over here which have defied the developers; long may they continue. This has a 1930s cinema feel and wouldn’t look out of place in a Fritz Lang movie.
This place is off the expressway (motorway) down a road mostly travelled by locals in a small town outside of Chattanooga, TN. On special request the pharmacists (chemists) will still re-manufacture old formulas that have gone out of production. I have not seen that in a pharmacy for at least 35 years. Amazing.
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