Solo adventures + 'Roid Week Day 4

There are few things in life I enjoy more than a Polaroid adventure. If you are familiar with the experience, than you know about the magical teleportation that happens the split second before you press the shutter. The world looks different when you're on a mission with any type of Polaroid camera.

If you can't seem to find that special Polaroid-worthy scene (it happens), whether it be person, place, or thing, than your heart and soul will urge you to create one for yourself. Maybe the sparks unroll into a sweetly intimate still life, a coerced portrait session of the kids, or even a selfie or two or three; anything is possible. Beloved small world, evaporating into existence rather than out, held close within graceful white borders. The split second the picture is conceived it is art-art to share, to give, or keep under your pillow.

This has been a most amazing Polaroid week for me, being featured on the Flickr blog on Day 1, and today the Impossible blog, too. You know, I'm just a girl (lady) from this dusty border town, known as Old El Paso, (locally Hellpaso).  I am so honored and grateful to represent this beautiful medium, and the rebirth of integral film in any way I can.  We didn't let it die, you guys! Thanks so much for sharing my adventures with me.

So, here we are, towards the end of the week.  Be sure to check out the pool!  So many shooters save their best for last

Polaroid SX-70, PX680FF Impossible film

Polaroid SX-70, PX680FF Impossible film