The other two photos were taken today through the speckled window at After Stonewall. I dropped by with a generous selection of cards and they are now in the window. This may change if the owner wants to feature other cards but I supposed the main thing is getting people into the store and if they are drawn by these unique postcard-type valentines, that so be it.
There is something voyeuristic about buying a used book and finding a personal letter in it or buying a cassette tape of mixed music someone else has put together so that it's their taste and significant music, not yours. And with this memory card from the discarded camera, I was uncertain what I might find.
Fortunately, I was able to download the card, with 92 photos, from my Kodak digital. I have no idea how I would have downloaded the photos directly from the Centrio.
I was not disappointed. The photos were of a family undertaking various events: camping, bicycling, swimming, mugging for the camera. I hope they had copies of these as I erased them.
The camera itself does not work properly. It takes a photo and then seizes and has to be restarted. It burns through batteries. The photo of Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, aka, Blackie, was taken with it.