A polaroid photography blog.
Where are you off to? Cool shot!
i went to my cottage! it was beautiful weather, but it was a work weekend (we're selling it this spring), so it was kind of sad. i love it there... :)and thankyou! this lady has such chutzpah, don't you think?
Reply: Thank you so much, your comments always makes me happy!And your blog looks just as beautiful as always.
you're welcome! i always love your shots... and thanks! i'm so glad people are liking the redesign. :)
Where did you go to? Somewhere fun I hope! And where was this pola taken? I like it a lot!
hey! i went to the cottage (it's my grandmother's), and it was fun but hard work + crazy allergy time, haha.and thanks! the polaroid is from toronto, down an alleyway that only exists behind bars now; the lady was (ofcourse) removed, being deemed 'graffiti', sigh.
Oh man, really? That's such a shame when councils do that. I remember when I lived in Shepherd's Bush in West London a Banksy appeared overnight on a wall in the middle of a large roundabout. It was ace, but the council saw it as graffiti so covered it over with the ugliest square of board ever. The Banksy would have brought a lot more pleasure to people than a horrible old bit of board nailed to the wall that's for sure! Anyway, glad you had a fun time - how lovely to have a cottage to go to. :)
seriously! what is wrong with these people?! if it's a tag, i get it...but art? why not let it be? i mean, they spend millions on the ugliest, tackiest 'art' ever to put in public spaces, and then they cover up what people would truly love. i can only imagine how much your council is kicking itself for covering up a 'tourist attraction', haha.as for the cottage, it's bittersweet - we were up to clean it up+out, as we have to sell it. i'm hoping we'll still have one more summer in it though...
Oh, I see. Well hopefully it will hold many memories for you though, hard as that stuff is. And yes I hope they are kicking themselves! idiots!
it is really hard, but it will always be in my heart. :)