Polaroid SX-70 Truck

February 15, 2011 § 1 Comment

From the archives–I took this in about 1978 or so at a junkyard in New Hampshire. I was with my friend Dick Merritt, who taught photography at UNH. We both had SX-70s and enjoyed exploring the back roads for new sights. After years of working in the darkroom, it was amazing to have a camera that gave you a decent picture right on the spot!


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§ One Response to Polaroid SX-70 Truck

  • Margaret Lindsey says:

    I like you.
    I like the way the red Y draws you in to the picture.
    The truck handles feel like they are pinching you as you are slithering into the hole in the Y. This is a picture and makes objects represent whole worlds.

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