25 thoughts on “Old Polaroid – Towser and Johnny Carson.

  1. love this- I mourned at the demise of Polaroids

  2. adinparadise says:

    Great duo. 😉

  3. jmmcdowell says:

    Oh, but how they faded…. In some ways, I think of them as the grandfather of digital photography — the “instantness” of the photo.

  4. Wow! That’s wild. Don’t ever lose this photo!

  5. clinock says:

    Fear not, Polaroids are making a come-back. Many photographers are going retro and exploring old photo technology with amazing results. Thank you for your visit and follow at art rat cafe – I am honoured. Have been looking through your site and really like what you have going here – I’ll be back…

  6. granny1947 says:

    You have just reminded me….I have a few old polaroids that have survived…I must scan them.
    Thank you for the visit.
    I should have said that first!

  7. How nice! Home and comfort. Thanks for “liking” posts on my blog.

    • mypenandme says:

      I enjoy your writing. 🙂

      • Thank you. If you are ever interested in my very first novel, please contact me. I self-published and so far it’s getting off to a good start, here locally.

      • mypenandme says:

        I am interested, but right now I’m in a different headspace. I’m rewriting a radio play and two full-length screenplays–plus I have about ten books about screenwriting that I’m eager to get to. Sometime in the future though, I would love to read your first novel. Congratulations on completing it. Wishing you a wonderful day. M.A.

      • Thank you. How busy you must be. Interesting that you are into screenwriting. Best to you in your writing.

  8. clawfish says:

    Polaroids Towser Johnny Carson the makings of a prose poem

  9. PatCallahanPhotography says:

    Cool!

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