July 20, 2008

fly again

Etretat
The D-Day Beaches




Mont Saint Michele
Theres something very broken and falling apart about where we visited. History lulls in the ocean. Polaroids are just as fleeting, the perfect way to capture all the sights.Polaroids with the random UFO's and strange pink tints that sometimes appear as they develop.
P.S My favourite local resturaunt may exhibit some of my black and white photographs.

29 comments:

Sam said...

GORGEOUS! these polaroids are so amazing. <33

jayne said...

oo the polarids are haunting, and you're right the perfect medium to express the history, congrats about the cafe, i'd love that!

Kinsey said...

The photos are lovely!
I love looking at Poloriods!
France looks lovely.
-kinsey

Anne Marie said...

i do get quite jelous of you ana :]
hope you are still having a wonderful time. thank you for the book suggestions,, you were right i have read some of them. good taste you have

discothequechic said...

well done on the possibility of showing at the cafe!
these remind me of a trip when I was at school, we went to exactly the same place; i recognise a lot of the sights.

ellie said...

Thanks so much for the note.

Stay creative!

Cool photos.

simon n' josh said...

Very nice. Such a great way to show off where you've been. Lovely, blog.

Wendy said...

Very beautiful!

Chloe said...

Such pretty photos,
I want a poloroid :(

Chloe said...

Such pretty photos,
I want a poloroid camera :(

Ana said...

chloe! aha

Belle said...

I love all the photos! Congrats on your photos in the resturant.
belle

taffy. said...

god, you are such a fantastic photographer!

The Clothes Horse said...

I love your polaroids. Your summer looks so sweet and fun.

michelle said...

I love polaroids. My brother always asks me why I want to take a faded picture with a 70s camera..

I've always wanted to go to Mont Saint Michele.

And congratulations about your photographs. From what you have posted on here, they deserve to be displayed somewhere everyone can see.

Dana (pron. like Donna) said...

yay congrats!

FashionSqueah! said...

Such beautiful photography, you really captured the haunting atmosphere! I can tell without ever having been there...wish I had a polaroid too! Thanks very much for the comment, I'm definatly adding you to our links list! Oh and good luck on getting your photos shown!

Paris Tarts said...

I love the beautiful polaroids you took :)

Check my blog out sometime?

Tart

Hanna said...

Thank you for the comment. Your blog is great, you're very creative!

green tea in teacups said...

Your light and fairly-esque dress styles are so inspiring.

Jackie said...

oh just so you know, i didn't mean to copy your layout/template thing. I'm planning on changing it after I find a background I can replace it with.


And also, I'm very jealous of your trip. It seemed so exciting.

copperoranges said...

doesnt it break your heart polaroid is dying?

Danielle said...

Lovely, so creatively done.

Ashley L. said...

gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous photos dear! i love this post. you have some serious talent when placed behind a camera lens :)

Alexis said...

hey i'm giving you the blog premio!

Betsey said...

wow, these polaroids are fantastic! love 'em!

Alyssa said...

lovely polaroids.
i've been to some of those places, it was amazing. i've never been out of north america so it was a great experience for me.

nonpickleobsessed said...

beautiful and interesting photos.
may i ask how you displayed them in a polaroid format? thanks!!

kelly

chaucergirl said...

I loved reading everything and looking at everything on this post!