Among the slides I picked up a few weeks ago was a red-bordered, glass-covered Kodachrome (I think) of some random people.

I’m guessing ’50s or very early ’50s’. Based on the out-of-focus it would be a fast-ish lens. SLRs wouldn’t have been around in force until the Nikon F in 1959.

My guess was the Leica Summitar f/1.5 stopped down a bit. Further guessing: Leica M3 + Summitar 50mm @ f/4 @ 1/60s.

But the people. Three are looking at the camera; one away.

Dress shirts with stuff in them: engineers.

Hedges: weekend away from the office.

A pair of couples: Grandparents?

So many stories.