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Fresh Squash
08-JUL-2011 Karen Stuebing

Fresh Squash

West Virginia

Polaroid 680. PX 70 Color film by The Impossible Project.

The interesting thing about this newest film from TIP is that it was made for SX70 cameras but is unusable in them because the asa is closer to 400 than 100. Works great in a 600 Polaroid with the lighten/darken wheel set slightly to L. I'm afraid I'll never get to use my SX70 again unless someone sends me some old Polaroid Time Zero film. :)

Got some fresh squash today. In a month, I will running from people who have squash in their gardens but it's a real treat now. :)

This is my go to knife. It is so old and has been honed so much there's barely anything left but it is razor sharp. Great for peeling and slicing and dicing.


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Giancarlo Guzzardi26-Feb-2012 08:45
I adore this still life composition, absolutely original
j>a>e>17 :):):)09-Jul-2011 06:20
summer squash noruished with AWEsome artistry!!!!! :):):):):)
borisalex09-Jul-2011 05:38
Great still life with this blend of soft colors, love your knife too! V.
Cindi Smith09-Jul-2011 04:18
Yummmmmmy! I think someone killed it!
larose forest photos09-Jul-2011 03:19
A wonderful, somewhat edgy still life! Love that knife! V
Norman Richard09-Jul-2011 00:55
What a great "nature morte", that film has a beautifull rendering.
John King08-Jul-2011 23:31
The light seems to glow right out of the sliced squash. This film seems perfect for still life images. Great photo. V
J. Scott Coile08-Jul-2011 22:52
Intriguing still life.