In 1936, Ria van Dijk of Tilburg, the Netherlands, visited a shooting gallery. She was sixteen years old. When she hit a target, the impact tripped a camera which snapped her picture. Ria thoroughly enjoyed the experience and went back every year, except during World War II. She's collected the pictures and published them in a book. At the link, you can view them in chronological order and see the progression of her life from the perspective of the shooting gallery camera.
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