Monday, 3 November 2008

instant happiness


citizens of the future! gaze upon picture takings greatest triumph and drool! it's the snappy choice of the discerning jet-setter the oooh it's a bit heavier than i thought it'd be and should it really make that stomach churning crunch when i open it hit of 1972 and in no time at all even the film that needs butchering and filtering to work in the heavenly creature will be gone daddy gone and it'll join the paillard-bolex on the bookcase being a bugger to dust and a sigh at yet another lost wonder







ebay's full of the poor unwanted beauties and you can still just about get film if you try and try you really should dears before it's too late.


king curtis - instant groove


and finally a little gem from the office of charles and ray eames...

6 comments:

Davy H said...

Wonderful.

And music by Elmer Bernstein! x

Word verif = pastypel

Davy H said...

By the way, can you please start all your posts from now on by saying 'Citizens of the future!' because it makes I laugh x

BLTP said...

I bet she drops one of those pics in a rock pool! is the macro really that good?

Planet Mondo said...

Even the little blue and purple Polaroid logo was perfect

dickvandyke said...

Read about your planned trip ally. How jolly exciting.

Make sure that you take a vest as the nights can be parky and I don't want you catching a chill on your kidneys.

I'll miss you muchly my lickle popsywinkle on a stringywingwing.

Fnarf said...

My dad bought one of the first ones of these, and I took a ton of pictures with it, thankfully none of which survive. I even remember standing nude in the bathroom taking pictures of myself in the mirror, which was probably a felony now that I think about it (underage porn).