Nope, you haven't come to the wrong place, it's just a colour print from back in the day:
A little dark this one but that's me on the right talking to some dude from the RAV/Nikon stand. I've no idea where this was, although it might have been the photographic shop The Brother worked in as a Saturday job for a while. I worked in a different photographic shop on the other side of town, by the way. I was probably drooling over a F2AS or something - still a camera worth drooling over, of course. Way, way beyond my budget and the guy probably knew that but he still seems to giving me some of his time anyway.
Both The Brother and I did colour for a while - The Brother was more into his Cibachrome (prints from slides) while I was more into printing from colour negatives. The output from the Cibachrome process seemed to be a lot better quality than my efforts - that I do recall.
I've been a bit brief with my posts recently as I'm not here - I'm in Bath, at the old Mineral Water Hospital getting some intensive physiotherapy and hydrotherapy for a couple of weeks. The Min as it is affectionately known in Bath, is a centre for the diagnosis and treatment for ankylosing spondylitis and while it's tough being away from the family for so long it really does help me manage the disease. It has a fascinating history, The Min - sited just up from the Roman Baths in the centre of Bath and opened in the early 18th Century. You can read more about it here.