On my recent trip to Poland, I brought my Polaroid SX-70 camera as well as a whole lot of film.
My family lives in a pretty idyllic spot. Though a stone's trow away from the suburbia you'd expect from the over-populated state of New Jersey, they live amongst cattle, fields, hay, and over-priced boutique restaurants. I was out for a walk in their neck of their woods.
Technically, the first snow of the year happened on Halloween night here in Indianapolis. However, we got our first substantial snowfall yesterday and am now posting the pictures.
I took the photos on the now discontinued FP-3000b film and of course I squandered a few exposures. And I'm still racked with guilt. In my haste to peel apart the film, I dripped melted snow (so water) on the negative of my favorite photo and destroyed it partially. I also ruined another negative this way, but it wasn't nearly as good of a photo.