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A sunbather soaks up rays by the boardwalk in Hollywood, Florida. Just north of the more famous beach in Miami, Hollywood is a polyglot enclave of European and French-Canadian tourists that's full of small, Art Deco-style motels and pensiones. This photograph's characteristic glow, as with the other infrared images, comes from the film's lack of an antihalation backing, an absence that allows light striking the emulsion's surface to spread out.