The 60th in 120

If you recall my post from our visit to Disneyland on July 17th, you’ll have spied our Kodak dual lens camera that we brought along. Patrick shot a few rolls there as we celebrated Disneyland’s 60th birthday. Well, I’m happy to say we got the film developed and I’m eager to share some of the shots with you today!

I certainly had a lot of fun with my popcorn box that we frantically made the night before. And the neat 1955 map that the Park printed on the other side of the current map.

Shooting 120 has quickly become a passion of Patrick’s, and it’s been fun to see his progress over the years. Of course some still turn out a little blurry, but they are still fun, and it’s part of the charm of vintage cameras and shooting film.

7 thoughts on “The 60th in 120

  1. I love how carefully these were taken, away from all the crowds, so it has that gorgeous vintage feel about them! And the popcorn box is too cute!! Awesome job you two! ❤

  2. I stumbled across your blog recently and am so glad that I did! I love being able to have my Disneyland fix from somewhere other then their own marketing (which is great too). Your pictures and narrative take me right back. Thanks for sharing!

  3. I hope you took advantage of The Jungle Cruise Ride, I used to work right at the dock,
    many many years ago. I would think you could have gotten more wonderful pictures!
    Thanks for the trip down memory lane !!

  4. I’ve loved this Disneyland series of posts, especially the wonderful pix you share here. Your handwoven skirt and peasant blouse look so believable in these photos that it’s hard to believe you aren’t in 1955.

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