Large. Diverse. Work in progress. So many details. So much everything. Vibrant. More than I can contain with words. Wow. Speechless. Love.
People hang out in the streets. Like pull a chair out and sit on the sidewalk for hours or just stand in a corner or sit on a stoop. Every place outside is a public place.
People are beautiful. They also wear a fair amount of sweat pants. Everybody has an iPhone, in their hand.
Manhatten is twice as expensive to eat and drink in than Brooklyn. Brooklyn feels like Portland but with more brownstones and people of color. I love the diversity here, it’s so refreshing.
Most of the coffee here is from Portland or Seattle. (Starbucks is disgustingly everywhere, ew!)
It feels like there are fewer homeless people here than Portland.
I’ve walked more this week than I have in a long time. It’s awesome and harder than I thought it would be. My tiny little legs…getting me 7-10 miles in a day.
I’m learning the subway system. So fun and fascinating!
I still feel like I’m on west coast time and I’ve been here for a week!
I have such a feeling of possibility before me.
. all photos taken with iPhone 6+ . first afternoon here . september 25, 2015 . edited using vscocam . #nessayayvacay .
Today we are heading off to Idaho on vacation. We are very excited. I myself have never been to Idaho so I can’t wait to see what it looks like a photograph it like crazy.
In honor of this next adventure and in the spirit of the recent ‘roid week, I thought I would share the rest of my instant photos from my last vacation back in June to the Oregon coast. These were all taken around Nehalem Bay State Park and Kelly’s Brighton Marina with my Polaroid Colorpack II and Fujifilm FP-100c peel apart film.
I’ve got one more post planned for this week so check back! :-D
Here are my submissions for day five of ‘Roid week. You can see day one here, day two here, day three here, and day four here.
Check out the ‘roid week pool here and day five’s favorites here.
Both shots were made with my Polaroid Colorpack II using Fuji FP-100c film. The first shot was made in late-June in Nelahem Bay after a big crabbing adventure. The second shot was made about mid-April along the Springwater Corridor.
Goodbye, ‘roid week! I loved you and can’t wait until next year to do it all again. In the meantime, I think I am gonna post more of these instants here on my blog soon. Most of these have many more photos that go with them so you will likely see them again but with more of a story. I have been so inspired by this week. I can’t wait to get out and shoot more creatively for next year.
I also love that my new blog theme lets my photos be a lot larger. If possible, expand your browser and enjoy a grander view of my photos. They are set for 800px wide now. Not too shabby.
See ya next week! I got more in store for this space then.
Here are my submissions for day four of ‘Roid week. You can see day one here, day two here, day three here.
Check out the ‘roid week pool here and day four’s favorites here.
The first shot was made with my Polaroid Spectra and expired Polaroid Softtone film on April 25, 2012 at the Ace Hotel in Downtown Portland. The second shot was taken about a week earlier along the Springwater Corridor with my Polaroid Colorpack II and Fuji FP-100c film.
Here are my submissions for day three of ‘Roid week. You can see day one here, day two here.
Check out the ‘roid week pool here and day three’s favorites here.
The both shots were made with my Polaroid Colorpack II and Fuji FP-100c film in late-May at the Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival in Woodburn, Oregon.
Here are my submissions for day two of ‘Roid week. You can see day one here
Check out the ‘roid week pool here and day two’s favorites here.
The first shot was made with my Polaroid Colorpack II and Fuji FP-100c film on June 26, 2012 at Manzanita beach. The second shot was taken in early spring, february or march, in NW Portland with my Polaroid Spectra and expired Polaroid Softtone film.
‘Roid week (as in POLAroid week) is one of my favorite times on flickr! It’s an explosion of instant photography, really great instant photography. Folks are really stepping up their game and they save their best shots for this one week because we only get to post two photos each day M-F to the pool.
Here are my submissions for today:
Check out the ‘roid week pool here and today’s favorites here.
See ya back here again tomorrow! Thanks for stopping by.
Both shots were made with my Polaroid Colorpack II and Fuji FP-100c film on June 25, 2012 at neahkahnie lookout off of hwy 101.