Tuesday, December 2, 2008

for the bird


i wanted to capture thanksgiving moments with my polaroid, so as i cooked, i took photos. it was a race against time, as it is getting dark here around 5, which means the pretty light is gone around 3. i took the bird out of the oven, and it looked beautiful. the light was dwindling, but i thought i would give it a shot. got myself all set up and then the damn camera jammed (i was using my backup camera, as my favorite one is sitting in the ban.do studio). basically, what i'm trying to tell you is . . . i have no real thanksgiving photos, no turkey, no plates filled with all of the fixings. so i'll just have to ask you to imagine it. this picture might help. it is the makings of the maple syrup and orange juice glaze that went atop the turkey - - and it's good - - real, real, real good.

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Chris said...

I love all these food prep photos. Makes me feel like I'm there in the kitchen enjoying the process :)

ben and/or anne said...

that sounds amazing... doubtful i'll be able to remember for next year :(

vicki archer said...

Sounds seriously delish and looks good too, xv.

Teapot said...

Film is so hard to come by now!! I love polaroid too.. we use it to take pictures of our birthday parties.

RO.MA. said...

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Krysthopher said...

It's been a week now since i'd found your blog and i really really like it :D
i love your photos! they're so amazing! :D
and sorry x my bad english!

KML

Linnéa said...

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Leanne said...

what sort of polaroid camera do you use? your photos are lovely!

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