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January 20, 2009


These photos really look like they could be in a magazine! I love that top one...

I do too. You are inspiring me to get out all polos, since we moved, i have not put up the wall of photos I always have...

My land camera came with a Polariod Cold-Cip #193. It says "use for color pictures at 65 degrees and below. Preheat cold clip in a warm pocket for 5 minutes. Immediately after pulling fil, place picture packing in cold clip".. maybe just put the pictures inside a coat pocket while developing.. who knows!

I love these ones!
There is something called a "cold clip" that you can get that is supposed to prevent this...I've found slipping them into a lined pocket does the same thing though :)
I love the splotches...part of the magic. I'm gonna look around and see if I have an extra cold clip for you, though.

These are all really lovely shots!

splotches and all.

i like them very much chelsea..i think it was meant to be..

I like that brooch in the first pic.

I'm really, really loving these and the muted colors are perfect for this shoot!

Chelsea, you are so talented. I love this whole session!

ugh so gorgeousss!!! i wish i were there. amazing.

These are BEAUTIFUL! they look so dream like! and i love the white splotches. i think it adds character!

I love them, just as they are...xo t

Polaroid film needs heat to develop. Stick in under your arm pit while it develops.

your photos are lovely ;)

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