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    French Cable Car Kodachrome photograph by Walter Meayers Edwards; National Geographic, 1965.

  • Susan Tomasallo #1

    Photograph by Andrew H. Brown, National Geographic Arve Valley, France, 1965. A man and his son ride a cable car in the Alps with Mer de Glace Glacier and Mont Blanc as a backdrop.

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Mama don't take my kodachrome away.

On 12/30/2010, Dwayne's Photo lab in Parsons Kansas, the last photolab to process Kodachrome, stopped processing the iconic film. Kodak gave the last roll to National Geographic Photographer Steve McCurry, who posted the final shots on his blog.