I recently bought an Epson v500 scanner. I'm amazed how easy and quick it is to scan those old slides that had been in boxes for years and never been looked at. I'm having great fun and I'm going to offer a service in our community.
In 1989 and 1990, I spent two summers working in the US (Thompson, Pennsylvania) and, afterwards, did some travelling. In September 1990, with my partner Sheila, we flew to the west coast and then travelled by train from San Francisco to Boston, stopping off at Salt Lake City, renting a car and taking off to Yellowstone National Park and Jackson, Wyoming. I loved the US and the people I met there. A wonderful, wonderful place. Great memories.
Anyway, long forgotten slides were dusted off and scanned. Lots of snapshot rubbish but a few decent images. Here are two. Taken with a dear old Canon AV1. Not too bad, yeh?
The Tetons and Jackson Lake (on the road from Yellowstone to Jackson). Thanks to Google Earth, I was, today, able to find out where this was and identify the location from which I took it.
Again, the Tetons (but I can't identify the location). If Chuck sees this thread maybe he can help.