tags: England, Polaroid 680, Polaroid 680 SLR, The Impossible Project, UK
I went to England again, ya’ll. As was the case in 2006, I took along an exorbitant amount of film cameras. Are seven cameras too many cameras? Probably! I lugged those cameras around and shot about 22 rolls of film! I foresee it being a few weeks before it’s all developed and ready to be shared with you all! In the meantime, here are the (random) shots taken with my Polaroid SLR 680 and Impossible Project PX 680 Color Protection film (or Colour Protection – these were taken in England after all!) This film is so awesome! It performs better than any other Impossible Project film I’ve tried thus far.
(Of course, being slightly careless, I put some of these pictures in my pocket to help warm them during development, causing the photos to crumple and acquire some “character flaws.” Just thought I should mention that, since these flaws were not the fault of the film but of the one using the film!)
I loved all the awesome doorknockers in London
Cuteness from Kayla’s kitchen
Yellow roses, on top of the recycling bins outside the Swiss Cottage Tube station
( Silhouetted) The Rising Sun pub in the Tottenham Court area
Another awesome doorknocker
Memorial statue dedicated to WWII Polish General/Prime Minister Wladyslaw Sikorski
Festive shop window
Iron railing + window flower box
Pretty seafoam/turquoise-y railing
(Greasy) eggs and a side of chips at a Russell Square cafe
Gold flower on iron gate in Bloomsbury
Sadly, I dropped my beautiful, near-mint Polaroid SLR 680 one grey afternoon in England. That cut short my ability to use the last pack of Impossible Project film I had brought with me. However, the bright side to not being able to use that film in England is that I’ve been able to sort of get my 680 working again and have been using that pack of film here in the States! You’ll see some of those results on the blog as well!