Kodachrome slides taken by my father that I love

My father, Terrel A. Jackson, died last year at age 89. Before he moved in with us, I began scanning slides he took on his trips. A photographer since high school, dad loved his Kodak Medalist and Leica cameras best. He also appreciated Kodachrome film. With some 70 years old, the colors remain bright and beautiful. I hope to post more soon.
  1. 1946, Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City
    Located on the westside of Mexico City's historic district, near Alameda Central Park.
  2. 1946, Chicago skyline
  3. 1946, Chicago skyline
  4. 1946, Window Washer, Chicago
  5. 1950, Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco, California
  6. 1950, Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco, California
  7. 1950, Lone Cypress, Pebble Beach, California
    Shortly after this image was taken, wires to support the tree were added.
  8. 1950, Hoover Dam
    Located in the Black Canyon of the Colorado River, on the border between Nevada and Arizona.
  9. 1950, Dad's shadow and ground squirrel
  10. Dad and his mom's shadow
    This picture was taken by his mom, most likely around the time of his Mexico City trip. Miss you dad 💔
  11. See a collection of his black and white photographs here:
    A Collection of my Father's Black and White Medium Format Photographs (Updated) A Collection: My Father's Black and White Medium Format Photographs (Updated)