Summer polas

I have some more polas to share. These are taken at Lierfoss, where I grew up.

The three last polas are of my newphews. We, my sister and her familiy and I, were at Lierfoss one sunday barbequeing and having a lovely day. It was sunny and very warm. Emil, the oldest newphew, showed me how to ride a bike and more important; how to use the brakes on the bike–he had just learned how to do it. Great memories.

The cat is Samson and he belongs to the family. He lives with my parents, but I call him mine too–even though I don’t live at home. Samson is the sweetest. Photographing him is not the easiest thing to do. If I catch him sitting somewhere and Isit down on my knees to photograph him, he comes towards me imidiately. I don’t know how long I worked to get one decent photo, but it was all worth it.

I have one pack of film left in the fridge. I’m planning to bring that to the Netherlands next week, when I’m visiting my friend Chantal for a week. When that pack of film is used, my whole fridge will be covered in polas. I might need to find a better place to display them.

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I’m alive–new polas

I am alive. I just haven’t been around here in a long time. Life happened and for a long time I couldn’t find any inspiration for photographing. Now I’m slowly trying to get back into the game. A few weeks ago I bought four new packs with polaroid film from the Impossible Project. One pack is already used and I’ve now scanned the photos to post them here.

Oh I love the looks of the polas. Today it has been very sunny and a good day to photograph. I did use my digital camera as well. I would have to show you those photos another time. I have yet to look at them and process the ones I like.

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