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Wonderful, it’s like looking into another world
Lovely to hear from you, thank so much.
Loved the succulent!
Thanks for all my recent ‘likes’.
My pleasure–see you soon. Thanks.
Brilliant pictures dear
Thank you so much.
Such major talent! Bravo! I loved Lake Maggiore!!
Cindy, I’m deeply touched by your comments. Yes, the entire area of Northern Italy is spectacular. See you soon.
I really love the polaroid prints…my Mom and Auntie used to do that with their prints (back in the 70’s/80’s)…how old are the polaroids? I know that the film is hard to find now.
You’ll be interested to learn that I began using my Polaroid camera a few weeks ago. I will be posting a series about using these marvelous analog inventions. I wrote a post about The Impossible Project, which now sells the film as does Amazon. The process is nostalgic and satisfying. I’m sure to post my first images of this recent experiment in December. Here is the link to my post about The Impossible Project:
https://lensandpensbysally.wordpress.com/2012/02/10/good-ol-polaroid-days-are-back-the-impossible-project/ As you I’m thrilled to build an online community of photographers and writers, who I would have never met except for cyberspace. Thanks so much.
Thanks for the heads up! I remember hearing about The Impossible Project awhile back, but I had no idea Amazon had inventory…good to know! My brother and I just were just talking, and we were wondering if our Mom still had her old Polaroid stashed in storage somewhere. I would love to get my hands on that:)
Oh, please do try to find it. It’s a completely different experience than our current digital one. Let me know if you do discover its whereabouts.
Love love love!
I enjoy your enthusiasm, Sally
I Love your photos. I searched your blog, but couldn’t find abstract photos of books.
Here is the link to the one that I have posted. Someday I will include others in a post: https://lensandpensbysally.wordpress.com/2011/11/10/the-illustration-in-our-new-new-visual-culture
Thanks for returning to my site, Sally
What a fabulous project! Love it.