Sunday, September 9, 2018

Polaroid Love

Hola kitties! What's up? I usually don't post Sunday but since I won't see you till Tuesday, I decided to put something up today. I'm sure the five of you who visit were getting tired of viewing the Friday post. I'm showing some Polaroid Love. Do you remember the old One Steps?
Polaroid Love
Grampa used to like taking photos but it would take him years to finish one roll of film. There would be Easter, Christmas and the next year's Easter pics on one roll of film. TW decided to get him a Polaroid so they could see the pics right after he took them.

Polaroid Love

Of course Grampa is long gone as is his Polaroid camera. Nevertheless, in the land of Make Believe I "found" his old One Step and starting clicking away. It was too big for me to hold so I had to put it on the table while I jumped on my cat tree. Check out these snaps I took. Gotta say those Polaroid don't take very sharp pics.

Oh well. Have a nice Sunday. Thanks to Kitties Blue for hosting the Sunday Selfies. I'll see you Tuesday with my annual 9/11Remembrance post. Hope you'll come by.

14 comments:

The Swiss Cats said...

MOL ! Great polaroids and nice vintage selfie ! Purrs

Erin the Cat said...

Oh wow, I love the effect the polaroids make. CK you sure to show up very well, even if on some of them you look like Mrs H has been trying to help. It would take us weeks to do a series like that, and probably run out of that flash powder we use, or set the curtains on fire, again, in the process, MOL
Toodle pips and purrs
ERin

Stephen Lloyd said...

Very talented and a wonderful tribute.

Melissa, Mudpie and Angel Truffles (Mochas, Mysteries and Meows) said...

Polaroids were great at the time but don't count on seeing the images they produced today!

Brian said...

Those were all great CK and we never ever tire of seeing anything CK!

pilch92 15andmeowing said...

I remember my Dad getting my Mom a Polaroid in the 1970's. Nice Polaroids of you CK. XO

The Island Cats said...

Some people still like to use polaroids. They’re becoming quite collectible.

Spitty-the-Kitty said...

Those are fantastic ;-) The Human loved Polaroids and one of her MUCH younger colleagues bought a new one last year--she guesses they are making them again. Your Human has gotten very very fancy with her computer skills, CK. I guess you must have taught her everything you know? I am sorry to be so lousy at commenting--the Human and I agreed we are going to try committing to at least once a week but she has been such a fail in the past, I don't know if I trust her anymore. Love you. XOXO

meowmeowmans said...

Hey, those polaroids are pretty awesome. Well, they're of you, CK, so we would expect nothing less!

Summer at sparklecat.com said...

I love the Polaroid effect, CK! We have Polaroid type cameras for therapy visits that were gifted to us by an entertainment industry foundation. My human used ours several times today.

Cathy Kennedy said...

Cathy & Keisha,

I do remember the old one touch Polaroid cameras. In fact, my grandma & grandpa got me one for Christmas when I was young. Unfortunately, my parents couldn't afford to buy the film cartridges on a regular basis which led to discontent and I don't know what happen to it after that. I'm so thankful we now live in the digital age. I can take a zillion pictures to capture one good photo without any additional cost. :) Have a fototastic & pAwesome week!

Colehaus Cats said...

Awesome photos! Our Mom misses those cameras, but not when they suddenly stopped working like hers always did. She remembers how expensive they were, and the film costs! Yikes! Nowadays, that cost would be practically nothing compared to what people pay for phones with cameras!

Little Binky and Granny said...

Granny still has pictures of a polaroid. She had her first camera when she was about 9 years old. They both are antics now...MOL😸Your pictures are purrfect, CK, great you did them old fashion, ut brings back memories❤Pawkisses for a Happy Week ahead🐾😚😻

Three Chatty Cats said...

Love your Polaroid shots, especially the toesies shot.