Weston-Super-Mare, October 7th, 2011

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    A collaboration with Bingo Little.

    Shot with expired Polaroid 689 film - many thanks to Sol Exposure!

    una.knipsolina, this fleeting life, and 320 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. madelyn * persisting stars 50 months ago | reply

      good god man

      you are a poet with a capital P

    2. kat.clark 50 months ago | reply

      love this one!

    3. Joe Curtin 50 months ago | reply

      Wow, the colors of this are INCREDIBLE. I've never heard of 689 film, only 669 and 690 and all those. I love the results

    4. knautia 50 months ago | reply

      love love love love all of these - but this is amazing

    5. Ana.Caldas 50 months ago | reply

      so beautiful always your work!

    6. Bingo Little 50 months ago | reply

      I think this one is still my favourite of the day, I love the melting face aspect and the blue bits. Having said that tho I really, really like the whole set...
      Will mail you with the name of the photo history books I thought you'd like.

    7. -Jlynn 49 months ago | reply

      Wow I love this!

    8. heyFlorence! 49 months ago | reply

      love the colours :)

    9. Aëla Labbé 49 months ago | reply

      Totally mind-blowing

    10. violáveu 49 months ago | reply

      this is incredible

    11. beth maciorowski 48 months ago | reply

      your photos take me to another place and time.

    12. Vasilis Amir 46 months ago | reply

      more than great

    13. Ray Encan 46 months ago | reply

      Lovely image

      This brilliant work
      deserves an award
      insect sunrise
      in Amir _ أمير group

    14. Jorge Meis 46 months ago | reply

      This brilliant work
      deserves an award
      insect sunrise
      in Amir _ أمير group

    15. figaE phoTography 44 months ago | reply

      These are some brain waves! Beautiful multi.

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