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she’s here

We have been blessed with a third baby girl. As an only child, I always wanted a sister.  As God would have it, I am aView full post »

spring break

We packed up the girls and headed to beautiful Fajardo, Puerto Rico this year for spring break.  We needed this breakView full post »

day 4, polaroid week

My baby girl.  Taken the same day as this.View full post »

day 3, polaroid week

And this is why I love film.  How ordinary light is captured and transformed into a story. By the way, it is so muchView full post »

day 2, polaroid week

One of the corners of my home that soaks in the light. The same corner on kodak ektar 100 film. As usual, I’veView full post »

day 1, polaroid week

It’s the first day of Polaroid Week 2012 on Flickr.  Be sure to check out the group pool. I’ll share aView full post »


We packed up the girls this weekend and headed for the beach. We needed this more than I realized. Vacations take onView full post »


I have finally run out of my beloved Polaroid 600 film.  And I’m not having much luck with the impossibleView full post »

my girls

Such a good weekend. So much to share. Not enough time.  Isn’t that always the case? But for now, a capture ofView full post »

early morning

Film. Polaroid 600. The only polaroid I took on my trip. Early morning. Before everyone else wasView full post »

the last of my 600 film

Polaroid 600 film The first two images from my last pack of polaroid film….. I’m not quite sure why I heldView full post »

a few thoughts on photography

Polaroid 660 Land Camera| Polaroid 600 film (oh how I miss my 600 film!) One of the things I love the most aboutView full post »

florence on pola

The banks of the River Arno in Florence, Italy.  Taken on a stroll before we headed out to dinner that night. PolaroidView full post »


{Rome, September 2009} My husband and I had just stepped off of the Roma Termini and I was so in love with this scene,View full post »

the apple tree

I recently found a stack of polaroids that I took over a year ago now, with beloved Polaroid 600 film.  Of course, IView full post »