The Honeywell Tilt-A-Mite articulated vintage flash gun, circa late 1950s. Another one of the many vintage camera accessories I have
“At some point, a flash of sustained clarity reveals the difference between what someone would have you believe is true, and what you know from the depths of your own heart to the peaks of your soul to be true. What happens after that is up to you.”
A macro shot of a vintage flash bulb. This particular bulb is part of the flash attachment for a David White Stereo Realist camera.