Monday, November 10, 2008

Two New Prints In My Shop!


It's been awhile since I've added new prints and these two work so well together - - as much as they do separately. One is taken with a plastic Diana camera, the other with an sx-70 Polaroid camera. Can you believe it's almost Thanksgiving time? On the one hand, January '08 feels like eons ago, on the other, however, I feel like 'where the heck did the year go?' So, in honor of the here and now have a great week, everyone!

22 comments:

cutcopycreate said...

i love these! Real eerie quality to them.

Underground Art School said...

oooo ooooo oooooo!!!!

sandy said...

These are great. Do you get up to the cottage this time of year or is it closed for the winter? The town must be so neat this time of year. I think I miss that most. The quiet streets, the simplistic beauty, the local folks living thier daily lives. Your photo's always bring back some sort of wonderful Nantucket memory- I'm always grateful!

Leigh said...

These are fantastic, I could just stare at them in relaxation. Beautiful!!

Diana said...

Those are absolutely beautiful prints! Individually, they host a dreamlike, hypnotic nature. But put together, they almost begin to weave a story in front of you.

You are so talented and your voice always comes through your lens.

xox

sMacThoughts said...

cutcopycreate .... the toy and lofi cameras are to credit! Well, ok, and maybe the fog. :)

underground art school .... :D

sandy .... The house remains closed fall and winter. We only use it in Spring and Summer. That part of the country is so wonderful, isn't it?

leigh .... they work so well together and yes, are easy to get lost in!

diana .... Oh so kind! My thoughts are with you, Diana, I am so excited to be reading about the new addition in your family! xo

michelle cunningham said...

they have such a tranquility to them. i love it love it love it!

Jen said...

I love the old feel of those photos! Beautiful!
-10oneworld

Chris said...

These are awesome. I have yet to use my Diana F+ camera, but your photography inspires me to break it out of the box. Gorgeous, gorgeous photos...

sMacThoughts said...

thank you, and chris, whaddya waitin' fer?? Bust 'er out! :D

[hey, why am I talking like a cowboy?]

Tara Ross Studios said...

Very lovely!

Janice La Verne said...

hi! i haven't been blog visiting in a while, and i'm going to send yours to a friend because your photographs are so amazing. I think they are thoughtful and they tell me a story.

oh, and i talk to my toys too, and i'm doing a silkscreen project with them all!

janice from eugene

sMacThoughts said...

thanks, Tara! and Janice, that silkscreen project sounds interesting!

happygirl? said...

Beauteeeful!

Beth said...

Beautiful.

The Vintage Sister Studio said...

I really love your photos! That's an amazing tree.
Tracy

sMacThoughts said...

It's actually one of the hedges which surround the beach house. Beyond this one to the left you can sorta see the one I use in my title/banner. They were my place of play as a child.

Sarah said...

Very interesting. I don't like the fact that you're better than me, but I can use that to work harder, right?

sMacThoughts said...

Sarah, you silly goose....I am no better than anyone. I am sure about that. Thank you for visiting my blog!

sugarskull7 said...

Oh, I LOVE the feel of these!

sMacThoughts said...

gosh, thank you sugarskull!

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