After spending two days studying and taking measurements in the Skull Creek area in Colorado, We left Rangely, Colorado and went back to Dinosaur National Monument in Utah.
I brought along my Polaroid 420 & a film pack of FP3000B on my little roadtrip to London Middle School. It’s about a 40 minute drive on RT42 and there are some really nice stops along the way for great pictures. So, after going to LMS and taking care of work, I took a slow drive home stopping whenever & wherever I could to get a picture. It was a fun time!
The FP3000B produces a negative image that is salvageable. I’m interested in trying to create another positive from it some way.
I’ve always enjoyed shooting Polaroid film and I honestly like it more now (probably because of the rarity of the film and novelty for others) because of its instant return. The setup of the image, capturing the image and then the immediate process is new every time. It’s such a great feeling of excitement after getting a good image each and everytime!
My short drive on 42 was no different, the process of photography was fun! Having an idea of what the image would look like in my mind and then a few moments later seeing the final result on print is fantastic.
On rare occasions do I take setup shots of myself. I had not used the tripod yet during the trip. It took effort in packing it so I thought I should use it and what better way … crank it up super high in the corner of the bedroom. The shot kind of shows a little bit of my weekend.
Before leaving, I took a little time to go around back of the house out by Big Twin Lake and took a few shots. There was a huge amount of snow on the ground and the patio table gives a little idea of hoe much there was. It was cold the entire weekend. It was nice going back to the cabin and get warmed up.