The Olympus Trip 35 is and excellent camera belonged to Karen’s father. It took clear photos using several ranges on the lens, the light meter used a solar cell and it did not need a battery.
This camera was a prize from a competition where you had to answer a question creatively in so many words. At the time I was using my Agfa Isolette I. It was won when I was in Grade 6 at Beaconsfield Upper Primary School during 1974.
The camera, that in the early 70’s when I was in the later years of primary school at Hampton Park, introduced me to photography, the Baby Brownie from Kodak. I don’t know who owned it originally but it was a fun thing to get. I could now take photos!
Class photos from prep to Form 2 (year 8). After Form 2 I moved to Haileybury College and the only class photos you got is the entire “house” photo, consisting of about 100 students , published in the end of year school magazine. Your face ends up being a few printed dots!
A collection of historic photos of Inverloch. These images came from a pictorial souvenir published by Murray Views and was purchased from the Sea Shed around 2005.