Pete Grafton’s photos

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Pete Grafton’s Photos

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Photos from the Pete Grafton Collection

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Kodachrome slide, 1950s. USA.

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Kodachrome slide, 1968.  USA.

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A page in a German photo album of 1938.

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From  The German Experience, a future Post at Pete Grafton Photos.

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Girl in a straw hat, England. 1914

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Girl in a straw hat, 6″x4″ glass plate negative.

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Photos by Pete Grafton

Bern, bus station. September 2009

Fernandel at Bern bus station. September 2009.

Girl wearing FCUK top, Edinburgh Festival.

Girl wearing FCUK top, Edinburgh Festival. 2006.

 

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Dawlish Air Show visitors. August, 2015.

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Lavassa, Bern Railway Station. October, 2008.

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Pete Grafton.  Self-portait.  Dawlish, 2014.

Pete Grafton Photos are a monthly selection of photos taken by Pete Grafton throughout Europe, and from the Pete Grafton Collection – photos, slides, photo negatives and photo albums that he has collected in bric-a-brac shops in Europe, and on eBay.  They have been posted since November 2016 at petegraftonphotos.com

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Next Post here is on 22 March, 2017:

Walking to Scotland 1965

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Kishorn Loch, 1965. Scotland.

Part I: Forest of Dean and Wales goes online here at petegrafton.com on 22 March, 2017.

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