Welcome back to Sunday Brunch, our series in which we share lovely photos taken with Impossible film. We decided to mix up the brunch menu a bit by inviting Impossible friends and photographers to guest curate our Sunday Brunch selections.
Our friend and excellent photographer Lisa Toboz came up with the menu for this week’s “Guest Chef” entry. Please enjoy these tasty photos selected by Lisa!
“Standing at the Creek” by Polabeard
This is a time capsule that could have been taken yesterday or thirty years ago. I love the confidence that the young woman exudes, and the sunshine just on the top of her hair. Stumbling across this photo reminds me of opening an old family album and finding one of a relative you thought you knew, discovering something wonderful and unexpected about her.
“Moreré” by Paula Palleres
I have a soft spot for mirror shots and I love the unusual location for this one. Did the photographer find this mirror while walking in the woods? It’s mysterious and tells a story.
“Sitting on a Dock” by Crystal Benoit
This photo captures the kind of solitude people relish when they don’t often have it. I like how the woman’s bag is resting behind her on the dock, suggesting a pause in a long journey.
“The Great Escape” by Tiffany Vecchietti
This is simply a gorgeously composed photo reminiscent of fairytales.
“Perfect” by Mandy
I love the clean composition here: the focus on the hands, the shallow depth of field. The peek of stark wrist tattoo contrasting with the...Read All