My maternal grandfather Gert with me in 1954. It's transparencies like this that make me glad that Hazel was using Kodachrome slide film. The original slide is old enough to collect Social Security but the colors are still beautifully warm and balanced. Kodachrome approaches black and white negatives for archival durability. I wonder how many grandchildren of today's millennials will get a chance to view their grandparent's digital images. Unless you take complete control of archiving digital files and moving them from one storage device to another as technology changes I can assure you nobody will be looking at your Instagram or SmugMug shots seventy years from now.