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Some friends of mine are currently traveling through New Mexico and their Facebook and Instagram feeds have me longing for a return trip. I took this Polaroid SX-70 shot in Taos back in April when I was enjoying my own New Mexico adventure. Hopefully I will return someday!

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Revisiting the golden age of the American automobile at Johnnie Meier’s Classical Gas Museum in Embudo, New Mexico. Photo taken with a Polaroid SX-70 and film from the Impossible Project.

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A happy accident and one of the highlights of my big road trip to New Mexico earlier this year: Johnnie Meier’s Classical Gas Museum, a quirky roadside junkyard (the pristine stuff is inside; he supplies movie and television productions with vintage cars, gas pumps, signs, etc.) that caught my eye while I was driving back on the “low road” from Taos to Santa Fe.

Photo taken with a Polaroid SX-70 and film from the Impossible Project.

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Lightroom is fun and all but today I’m in a Polaroid state of mind. :-)

Pictured here is beautiful downtown Desert Center, a near-ghost town in the Southern California desert about halfway between Palm Springs and the California/Arizona border. The area was once home to the World War II Desert Training Center and, according to local legend, the cafe pictured here was once the hangout of General George Patton.