Where The Negative Meets Nature

Where The Negative Meets Nature

I purchased an old Polaroid camera of eBay a few years back. Polaroids were my thing for a while. But it was also an expensive "thing" to have. A film cartridge of eight photos was around $20. Larger known fact, Polaroid went under a while back. Little known fact, the only company that still makes vintage Polaroid film is a company called The Impossible Project (which I think is now under Polaroid Originals). Anyways, I priced myself out of shooting on my Polaroid 600 camera...It just got too expensive. I ended up selling it in a garage sale, which still makes me cringe a bit to this day. I wasn't using it and I didn't want it collecting dust, but I really did love that camera. I know Polaroid Originals is now making a newer version of the old favorite, but there was just something about that old film feel.

I really do have a point to this story...

I still have several of the Polaroids I took with the old 600. And I am always looking for ways to display them. Enter todays blog post. A fun and rustic way to display all those photos I don't want to put into a album, but are just too small to frame.

Photo Credit:  Artifact Uprising

Photo Credit: Artifact Uprising

Photo Credit:  Tayon The Move

Photo Credit: Tayon The Move

Photo Credit:  Nur Noch

Photo Credit: Nur Noch

Photo Credit:  Bre Thurston

Photo Credit: Bre Thurston

Photo Credit:  Hello Lidy

Photo Credit: Hello Lidy

Photo Credit:  Cocorrina

Photo Credit: Cocorrina

Photo Credit:  Little Squared Memories
Photo Credit:  Kelli Murray

Photo Credit: Kelli Murray

Photo Credit:  Pixum Blog

Photo Credit: Pixum Blog

XO Brittany Burke

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