"The U.S. counted just 190 one-hour photo shops in 2013, according to new Census data, down from 3,066 in 1998. Extinction looms over other retail niches oriented around analog media. The number of newsstands dropped by nearly half over the past 15 years, and video-rental stores dwindled by 85 percent. But nothing can rival the 94 percent death rate for America's photo-processing shops, which are vanishing faster than all business categories tracked in the Census."Good thing I found The Darkroom!
(Also, I am such a nerd that I read that paragraph and saw the animated map and my first thought was a couple lines from "The Battle of Maldon":