Retail Trade in Albuquerque NM for the Roy Stryker Photo Collection by Kenneth Wajda (CO)

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An employee looks out from the Man’s Hat Shop, downtown Albuquerque NM, September 11, 2017 (Nikon F100 35mm) Kenneth Wajda Photographer
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The Kimo Theater, perhaps the city’s most well-known landmark, dominates a corner in downtown Albuquerque NM, September 11, 2017 (Nikon F100 35mm) Kenneth Wajda Photographer
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Anton, an employee of R&D Smoke Shop, inside the shop in downtown Albuquerque NM, September 11, 2017 (Nikon F100 35mm) Kenneth Wajda Photographer
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Artists ply their wares in an outdoor display in Old Town, Albuquerque NM, September 10, 2017 (Nikon F100 35mm) Kenneth Wajda Photographer
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A coffee shop patron works outside Deep Space Coffee in downtown Albuquerque NM, September 11, 2017 (Nikon F100 35mm) Kenneth Wajda Photographer
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Coffee shop patrons work and chat at Deep Space Coffee in downtown Albuquerque NM, September 11, 2017 (Nikon F100 35mm) Kenneth Wajda Photographer
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Art Esquibel helps a customer inside his Camera & Darkroom store, Albuquerque NM, September 9, 2017 (Nikon F100 35mm) Kenneth Wajda Photographer
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Customers leave the Old Town Emporium, in Old Town, Albuquerque NM, September 10, 2017 (Nikon F100 35mm) Kenneth Wajda Photographer
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Cars parked in Old Town outside the Basket & Rug Shop, Albuquerque NM, September 10, 2017 (Pentax 67 120) Kenneth Wajda Photographer
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People park their car on old historic Rt. 66, downtown Albuquerque NM, September 11, 2017 (Nikon F100 35mm) Kenneth Wajda Photographer

2 thoughts on “Retail Trade in Albuquerque NM for the Roy Stryker Photo Collection by Kenneth Wajda (CO)

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    1. I don’t think the F100 is as nice as an F2, but it’s quick with AF, and can be used very quickly as a result–I use it on Aperture priority. Thanks!

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