Just some shots of people and places from Hungary in 1938. Not quite sure why this one was snapped, but clearly The Uncle saw something there worthy of a 6x9 investment:
While the fence looks pretty sturdy and the main building on the left has a part tiled roof, the outhouse on the right looks like it's been cobbled together with whatever was lying about. Pretty good job, too. I like the roof - looks like it's thatched, like part of the other building we can see.
This next one looks like either a wedding or a confirmation:
It's a well-built building there in the background (town hall, manor house?) and then you've got the covered horse-drawn wagons outside. The girls all look well turned out for their Big Day.
At first glance I thought this cow was pulling the wagon parked up outside Samuel Szoffer's shop...
But then I looked more closely, and noticed the legs of what would appear to be a donkey hiding behind the cow. The cow looks like it's just standing around chatting to the donkey - I can't make out if it's tethered to anything. I pity the wee donkey, though - that wagon looks pretty well laden to me.