Berwick Polaroids

Eeee, so here we are, the first film photos from our week away. I dropped my other rolls of film into the lab today, so I should have those soonish as well, hurray!

These were taken when Thomas and I went on a little walk along the river mouth path up to the Royal Border Bridge and around the remains of the castle ruins. I've always loved the bridge in Berwick, so I'm glad I got a few more photos of it.

Berwick 1 Berwick 2 Berwick Castle Ruins Berwick Flowers on the wall

I always have really good intentions with my Polaroid Land camera - I take it away with me, but then I usually get only a few photos... It's pretty clumsy to carry around, so I think that is one of the reasons I only take a few photos and normally I pick other cameras before it too. I always say I should use it more when I see the results though as I usually love them, the last two of these I especially adore (these are from when the sun decided to finally come out).

I can't wait to get my other photos back already too, we went to so many different places around the Berwick area that I can't wait to show you!

Location: Berwick Upon Tweed Camera: Polaroid Land 340 Film: Fuji FP-3000B

Whitby Polaroids


I'm back and currently feeling relaxed and refreshed (who knows how long that will last lol) and I'm excited to share my first photos from Whitby with you.

Ohhhhh, how I love this camera/combination, it is so fun to carry around, so fun to use and I love the results (even though I have over exposed the results a number of times). I'm so thrilled with these photos, I think they capture the oldy world feeling that Whitby has and the Abbey ones details are so perfect, I nearly danced around the Abbey when I pulled those apart.

You totally understand that I want to be back there right now don't you? Lets all go :)

Camera: Polaroid Land 340
Film: Fuji FP-3000B
Location: My current fave - Whitby