While browsing the shelves at Goodwill or Salvation Army stores, you tend to come across rolls of film every so often. Most people assume they are probably undeveloped, bad, or just don't care about what sort of pictures might be on them.
Me, on the other hand, I take them home and have them developed.

Anyway, this is a roll I found at the local Goodwill. It was obviously (judging by the pictures) in a camera they were selling, which someone tried out. Apparently they bought the camera, but didn't want the film- I found it sitting on a shelf alone.

The best part about old rolls of film is that when you offer to buy them, 99 percent of the time they'll just give them to you for free!

These are in the order they were taken, with most recent at top. These aren't all the photos- just the ones that came out clearly.

Obviously someone trying out the camera. The familiar Goodwill shelving and merchandise clearly visible.



The second "group" of photos is either from a family get-together or a pot luck dinner at a small church.




The beginning of the third "group" of photos, which look like they're from a karaoke (maybe Christmas) party where everyone had a little too much to drink.






The fourth and last "group", which is simply two shots of some sort of golf tournament



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