03 April 2012

instant palm springs

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I've been thinking of words but the instant photographs from palm springs are much better. again, many thanks to the ace hotel (and all the ace folks involved) for a lovely, unforgettable experience and to my sweet friend nataly who knows how to bring the fun. nataly, who works a flannel caftan better than any woman I know.

there are more images, more words, more details (I squeezed more out of that 48 hours than I thought possible) but I am a girl who takes her time with these sorts of things. you can read a little bit more about my getaway over at shutter sisters and I'll tell you, I am just a little bit excited about returning to the palm springs ace in october for shutter sisters oasis. I'll be doing a little teaching, I'll be doing a little learning, I'll be doing a little happy sun dance. I'll be doing a little bit of everything. I am stoked. and I think there are still a few spots open, if you want to join us.

lastly, I would be remiss if I did not mention the impossible project, who sent my order lickety-split so I would have a few packs of the beautiful new PX 70 color shade film to shoot during my little getaway. I knew palm springs would love the PX 70 film, I just knew it.

22 comments:

  1. gah - you work such magic with that film, the images you capture slay me. so so good. inspiring me to give IP another go.

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    1. hey, thank you! thank you so much! xoxo

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    1. thanks, jodi. means a lot coming from you. always. xo

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  3. oh so summery! i could smell the heat and the pool and hear the scrape of the metal chairs on the concrete. divine.

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    1. best compliment ever! seriously. thank you. xo

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  4. I soooooooo love these pictures.

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  5. Oh my goodness. I want to go to Palm Springs so bad. And these photos - gasp! Amazing.

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  6. seriously.
    I want to be there.

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  7. Palm Springs and the PX 70 color shade film were made for each other. I love these!

    And I would really kinda love to go to the SS Oasis in Oct....have to check out the deets. ;)

    xo
    cortnie

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    1. ooooh it would be great to see you at oasis! xo

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  8. Love, love, love these, Andrea. And you! xoxo

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  9. How dare you make me fall in love with not only what's been captured in these beautiful photos, but also with the person who saw it for what it was (in a completely non-creepy, non-stalking way)..? I'm officially declaring a virtual crush on you and your lovely blog!

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    1. why, thank you! thank you so much! xoxo

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  10. These photos are so nostalgic, really beautiful. http://emsdarkroom.blogspot.co.uk/ Emily x

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  11. Love everything you see and the way you capture it!

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  12. Lovely. It looks just right :) If only it weren't so HOT out here!

    xoxo
    Janee
    www.yellowbirdyellowbeard.blogspot.com

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    1. I have to say, it was pretty hot while we were there. I was sweating, I know that much. but it felt good to sweat. heard the temps are crazy high in the summer, though!

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  13. Fantastic shots, Andrea, from the beach ball/water stripes to the long, leggy palms...

    Sally
    www.sweetorangestudio.com

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    1. thank you so much, sally! I do believe I have you to thank for this trip! long overdue thank you headed your way, friend!

      p.s. thoroughly enjoyed meeting dakota. :)

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  14. total awesomeness...love these!

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