And now I have a scanner to scan my Polaroids. :D
Flatiron Building, NYC
I am in love with the blues of Polaroid pictures. I am going to paint an entire house that color someday.
So-- last three weeks have been crazy.
3 weeks ago: I was working at CBS and traipsing around NYC.
2 weeks ago: I was working in Orlando for the SAP business conference as a production assistant. And going to a free Santana concert.
Now: ♪Back hoooome again in INDIANA ♫ I'm back. Ready for a summer of crafting, camp counseling, picture taking, regular blog posting, Harry Potter reading, car driving awesomeness.
I do miss NY though! I do not miss trying to get all my stuff home from the semester. You try getting to JFK airport with 2 50lb suitcases, a backpack full of books (too heavy for suitcases, would have been overweight) and a duffle bag full of gadgets and running shoes. Yuck City.
Trees-- Orlando, FL (Look at what humidity does to the crazy Impossible Project's film! I am not entirely sure I like the humidity effect, although I am obsessed with another photo I took with Impossible Project film. I'll be putting up Polaroids every week or so. I sure do love Polaroids.)
PS-- Right now I am in the middle of like 5 books, but I am loving the biography of Edwin Land, creator of Polaroid, master of a gazillion patents, extremely intense dude. Book = Insisting on the Impossible