One Twenty signifies the type of film that captured these images . Kodak introduced 120 film in 1902 with the release of their Brownie no.2 camera. Many companies manufacture 120 film today, but no one knows how long it will remain commercially available, there is little demand for it today.
Analog photography has become archaic, artists and old people are about the only ones that still hang on to film and analog cameras. I own a Holga (toy camera) and experiment with it when I can. At my local custom lab I can get 12 negatives developed and scanned to CD for about $16.00. The price of an expensive lunch, a little more than a music CD.
I have chosen to blog these as an art project. I don’t pretend to be an artist or a pro, this is my hobby. If you like some here send me a note or leave a comment.