HaarFager's photos


  • Bayer'sbrook Fire Department Engine No. 1

    This old fire truck was spotted in St. Louis, Missouri. It's a photo from the first roll of film I ever shot. Camera: Kodak 35 RF rangefinder (made in 1948) Lens: Kodak Anastar 50mm, f/3.5 Film: Kodak Kodacolor, 100 ASA 35mm Exposure mode: Manual (…

  • Hot Wheels Old Number 5

    One of the several diecast fire trucks I have in my collection. This one is made by Mattel.

  • Firefighters

    Local firefighters tackling a blaze that was across the street from where I live. This shot made the local newspapers.


  • 1917 Ford Model T Firetruck

    My town's very first firetruck, a 1917 Ford Model T. They still have it. That's my Aunt and Uncle on it with their daughter and my nephew along for a ride. Camera: Minolta XD11 Lens: Minolta MD Rokkor-X 50mm, f/1.2 Film: Kodak Gold 100 Date: Septem…

  • Mt. Vernon Fire Department Old No. 3

    This well-preserved old fire truck is located at a fireman's museum inside the mall at Mt. Vernon, Illinois.

  • Firefighter

    One of the firefighters in my hometown of Norris City, fighting a house fire.


  • Omaha Fire Department Engine No. 2

    One of our local fire engines. This one is from Omaha, 6 miles away from Norris City, my hometown.

  • Norris City Fire Protection District Truck No. 3

    One of our local fire trucks.

  • Norris City Fire Protection District Engine No. 7

    One of our local fire engines.


  • Norris City Fire Protection District Engine No. 1

    One of our local fire engines.

  • Local Firefighters

    These are the local firefighters from my town of Norris City and three other nearby fire departments.

  • Fire And Rescue Ladder Truck No. 6

    One of the several trucks that battled the blaze at the Omaha Furniture store a couple years back.


  • HaarFager (Fair Hair)

    A picture of me when I was real young, standing next to my Dad's 1956 Buick. My Mom most likely took this picture. My screen name here and several other places on the internet has always been "HaarFager." The original HaarFager was named Harald HaarFag…

  • The Big "Cocoa Puff" Dipper

    The Big "Cocoa Puff" Dipper, sailing in it's position through the great "Milky" Way.

  • The Gateway To The West

    This photo of the St. Louis, Missouri skyline and the Gateway Arch was from the first roll of film I ever shot. Camera: Kodak 35 RF rangefinder (made in 1948) Lens: Kodak Anastar 50mm, f/3.5 Film: Kodak Kodacolor, 100 ASA 35mm Exposure mode: Manual…


  • Act Naturally

    My niece and nephew, photographed back in 1996. Camera: Minolta XD11 Lens: Minolta MD Rokkor-X 50mm, f/1.2 Film: Polaroid 200 Date: June 22nd, 1996. Location: Norris City, Illinois, U.S.A. Minolta Polaroid 200 1996 10ff

  • Kilroy Was Here

    My niece and nephew, photographed back in 1996. They were sitting in the back of my old pickup truck. Camera: Minolta XD11 Lens: Minolta MD Rokkor-X 50mm, f/1.2 Film: Polaroid 200 Date: June 22nd, 1996. Location: Norris City, Illinois, U.S.A. Minolta…

  • Eats

    Taken with a little point and shoot Olympus Infinity Mini Weatherproof. Taken on December 21st, 2011 at a party for my band. Olympus 11ef


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