As i have touched apon in my 'About Me' page, my love of photography had come from my grandfather who i spent many a weekend in the darkroom developing photos. This image is a bit on the arty side, but is of one of his first ever cameras. It is a Kodak Brownie from approx 1942, this is a really nice camera, with a big bright view finder, and produces 12 4x4's per roll. They give a great introduction to the 127 tlr experience before you spring big (ish) money on a Yashica or Rollei.
I am hoping to get more images of his camera history to share with all and to show the driving force behind my photography addiction.