iPhoneography, Polaroid Making a book 4 responses Jill Kane Lady, you’re such an inspiration. I would love to write a book – on what, not sure (yet). And I have a very romantic notion of the entire writing process. . . words coming effortlessly while I somewhat secretively click away on my laptop at a friendly neighborhood coffeeshop. Where everyone knows my name and we all have our “spots” on comfy couches. Alas, I know this image is one of my own imagination. Thank you for shining a light on your real-life process. It’s still dripping with beauty – you know that right? Beauty is messy and unknowing, too. Charlane Killough Griffith looks so exciting and when we see it in the bookstore we can all buy excitedly saying “i saw that when….” leslie I pulled out my old polaroids today and dusted them off. I am ordering film on line and I am ready to start. My first boyfriend bought me a Polaroid when I was in 10th grade. (many, many moons ago). Your pictures are inspiring. leslie Brooke ooh, nice slice of life. :) Comments are closed.