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Skyline view

Polaroid by ch |Impossible Color Film | Minor Thread blog

Impossible Color Film | 2013
Los Angeles, California


Polaroid by ch |Impossible Cyanograph Film | Minor Thread blog


Impossible Cyanograph Film | April 2014
Los Angeles, California

Wedding souvenir

Polaroid photo by ch | Charlie Wright

More Fun: Joe & Beth’s Wedding | April 19, 2014
Santa Margarita Ranch

A photograph to mark the occasion

Polaroid photo by ch | Charlie Wright

A photograph to mark the occasion of Edwin Land’s birthday | May 7, 2014

impossible skyline

Polaroid Land Camera

Polaroid Land Camera, against the skyline of Downtown Los Angeles. | August 14, 2013
Impossible Project PX70 Color Shade film

impossible sunset

Polaroid Sunset

Sunset, Downtown Los Angeles | August 2, 2013
Impossible Project PX70 Color Shade film

daily .img :: observatory

Griffith Park :: Polaroid

Griffith Park Observatory, Los Angeles | April 30, 2013
Polaroid SX-70 Blend film

daily .img :: frills


Taken 12.8.12

daily .img :: polaroid style


Taken 1.1.13

So go.

This is your signal…

I’ve been thinking.. there are a lot of big things happening soon. Some of them positive- some of them heartbreaking, but a natural part of life. David and I are throwing a really big party next month, for all of our family and friends. It’s really just putting a bow on a commitment that we made to each other a long time ago, but it will feel good to celebrate and share that with the people we love.

At the same time, I’m trying to prepare myself for the loss of a family member who is not in good health- and his family suffered the same loss earlier this year. There is simply no way to “prepare” for something like this, and really, I don’t think I’ve ever really had to process it- at least not as an adult. It’s an impossible-but-inevitable experience.

Talking with a friend last night who recently turned 30, she told me about her “mantra” for this year of her life. Go. GO. Of course, I could identify– I remember turning 30, and thinking exactly the same. Scratch that- I remember turning 25, flailing my arms at the world and trying to grab onto something- something that would propel me forward. I needed this reminder so much at the time, I made it a permanent part of my life and my skin. Every day I see the words (rendered in my friend Ben’s handwriting): So go.

Have I? I suppose I have. I’ve gone further than I thought possible in such a short time– even though sometimes it feel like “forever” and “nowhere.” And really, there is so much further to go. But I’ll get there.

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