July 29, 2010

oh dreamy....


i have an old polaroid
but
i don't have any film
so instead i just play
until
my photos get that almost
perfect polaroid dreamy look in their eyes
::
oh
summer
i think you just got a little better
if that's even possible
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28 comments:

  1. Beth, you make my days so much better. Your photos and your poetry always brighten my life and add cheer if there isn't much. You are such an inspiration and I learn to open my eyes and see so much beauty that I might miss otherwise. Thank you so much.

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  2. Summer has been dreamy!! Hot and bright...love it! Your photos are fabulous and they do have that "look"!!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  3. Your photos are dreamy but this summer has been a nightmare weather-wise. October, October... where for art thou October?

    Di

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  4. That's the beauty of summer.. it just gets better all the time. The same goes for your photography.

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  5. There's always Camera Bag. Not expensive. Makes easy polaroid-type images.

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  6. Beautiful, soft, dreamy photos. Love them. I don't want summer to EVER end...

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  7. You don't need a Polaroid. You find your way to that dreaminess all on your own, and I bet it's a lot more fun.

    xoxo
    Debi

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  8. Beth, they are beautiful, yes dreamy which is just perfect. I am glad you get to play. take care. my flags are flying in the wind, over by all my budhas. looks lovely. thank you. hugs.

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  9. it's funny...i never cared for polaroids but they are such a big thing these days. your last one could have fooled me!

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  10. beautiful. i love them all. i have the same thing going on... got the camera, but no film... it's way too expensive, but how i dream of having a stash of my own... until then off to photoshop i go. :)

    i think i might join you in the august thing, posting one photo a day. i like that idea.

    mauh! xo

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  11. I looovee these photos! That dreamy look is to die for.

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  12. I love the polaroids that my iphone takes:) ShakeItPhoto is fun!

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  13. The last one looks like it's very early in the morning, and the dew is still on the ground.
    Growing up in the country, you knew that if you went out too early, you'd wind up soaking wet from the knees down...haha!

    Very ethereal, Beth. Love them!

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  14. That's a different approach to play with the photos to get them to look like the old Polaroid photos. And by golly, when you are the one doing it, they turn out great.

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  15. What is it about Polaroids? They are marvelous, aren't they?

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  16. Beth, these photos are gorgeous! I'd love to know how you do this - have been working on this myself! You should teach a tutorial!

    xo Erin

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  17. So beautiful! How do you do it?

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  18. Oh yes, you got it just right...plus you don't have to deal with that same square shape...
    I love all three, but that first one, that IS summer!

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  19. These photo are awesome! And dreamy :)

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  20. This summer is definitely getting better all the time! Lovely!

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  21. The stages of your flower are the stages of a lifetime. I love the second where some are drooping and some seem to be raising their arms.

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  22. now I'm all dreamy .
    which is a good state of mind to be in right before a tense soccer game :)

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  23. that gate and field photo is spectacular!

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  24. Your yellow daisy is perfect-- all your pictures are.
    Thanks for sharing,
    jj

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  25. I'm really enjoying this summer - your photos, too!

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  26. A Polaroid would be fun. I think you need one.

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**I love reading the comments you leave, as they make me feel like we're sitting in my kitchen, having a cup of tea, discussing life and wondering where all the time has gone ...beth