Posts Tagged ‘polaroid’

Discounts and Olympic Fever!

Discounts and Olympic Fever!

It’s that time of the…. decade… where the winter olympics sprouts up and makes nest in some eager and willing city, drawing snowbirds and snow bunnies out to play for the world to see.  the dangled hope of metallic neck ornaments swings like a tantalizing pendulum in front of their motivated, concentrated eyes, as these […]


winter, seasons, pink noses, polaroids and other stuff

winter, seasons, pink noses, polaroids and other stuff

i can hardly believe it’s nearly the end of november – this year feels as though it’s flown by faster than a diving kingfisher.  all of a sudden now i look outside and the tree branches are naked, and the road glistens in the morning sun with crystal formations of icy wonderment.  warm mugs of […]


once a place for lovebirds.

it is a sad day… this february 3rd 2013… for me at least. today is the final day of the the RIDGE THEATRE… after the last show tonight, they close their doors forever. i’m sure i’m not the only one who feels a nostalgic dissonance of our past tearing away from the ever ongoing future… […]


pollage.

pollage.

unique analog experience – polaroid collage. emma & ben | 2.24.2012


a haleakala sunset.


polaroid love.

polaroid love.

for the last year, i’ve been flipping back to the past, diving into polaroid love.  the whole year in polaroids – from the beginning of the new decade, to the olympics, to the beautiful bc summer, to burning man, to the pumping maui swells – it’s been such an interesting ride through my new friends, […]


having a laugh

having a laugh

festivities from the celebration of this wonderful new year have finally begun to settle down.  reality of what 2011 really means is just about hitting us now.  decorations are taken down, the dump is piled high with trees that once sparkled in our eyes while anticipation and mystery cloaked our excitement.  party hats and empty […]


roots, rock, rhythm at english bay

roots, rock, rhythm at english bay

“i love today” – those were the words of my friend who i ran into at english bay yesterday, dancing in front of a stage with my friends jon & roy playing their jumping jingles. with our fingers snapping and our feet tapping we reveled in the happy sounds of live music in the sunshine […]