I have the coolest uncle Bill ever-- he gave me a pogo stick, dresses like the Crocodile Hunter, takes me to Finland (with my Aunt Paivi:)), makes my and this summer gave me 7 cameras!
(LtoR, Top: Polaroid 110a, Polaroid 800, Polaroid SX-70
Row 2: Polaroid Spirit, Keystone 16mm movie camera, Holga 120n, Yashica MG-1, Kombi Camera
Row 3: Minolta X-370, Pentax K-1000, Diana Lens for Nikon, Canon Pellix)
Beauties. Unfortunately there has been no film for these cameras since 1991, but there are camera hacks that I could do to get some pictures out of 'em. :) I found some great directions here and I am in a photography class this fall and I think I'll try my hand at "Film Alternative #1" with the darkroom.
These cameras were 2 of Polaroid's instant rollfilm cameras.
Bag for 110a
I think old cameras like this are so interesting to look at-- it doesn't matter if I can get 100 pictures out of them or not, I think they are neat decorations. I really hope I can get them to work though-- I love the photos that other people have taken with both.
via benprks' photostream
... or these cows. :)
And this is really, really delicious:
Raspberries, strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, rhubarb, homemade chocolate chip cookies, ice cream.