In 1936, a 16-year-old Dutch girl from Tilburg in the Netherlands went to a shooting gallery. Hitting the target triggered a camera which took a picture of her at that exact moment. Her prize for a good shot was the picture.
Ria van Dijk, now 88, has gone back to the same shooting gallery every year since (except for an ominous pause from 1939 to 1945). Her new picture book, In Almost Every Picture #7, is a biography of this woman’s life told through these shooting gallery photos. A slideshow can be found at LensCulture by following the link below.