“Jacquline”, Melissa and Wesley
Here is another of the rarer polaroid photobooth photos. Although the quality of the image isn’t great, I like the effect of the faces emerging through the darkened space.
I am betting that this photo belonged to Wesley and that he wrote the names on the front of the photo, misspelling Jaqueline’s. Yeah, typical boy. Yeah, sexist comment. Oh me, oh my.
Love this picture. Actually I’m Intrigued by all the photo booth pics.
Thanks for stopping by Paper, Mud and Me and liking “Great Paper, OK Mud, Elated Me.” I am so outrageously blessed.
You photo booth blog has got me to thinking of doing a similar thing on Paper, Mud and Me with the old B&W pics from my childhood in Africa.
Blessings and Aloha.
Thanks for the compliments Paul.
I think your doing a photo blog of your African childhood is a great idea and would be fascinating. I’ll sign up for sure!
PS Well done on getting those bowls done!! I would never use reclaimed clay for throwing – I’d save for it hand building, unless I had a pug-mill! (Did I already mention that I did a ceramic design BA?)