Wayback Wednesday: Not December

It’s been a while since I’ve opened up the shoebox-o-photos to post something from the olden days, so I poked around and found this cute one – of my brother and me rocking some serious 70s prints – that I haven’t shared yet.

On the side of the picture there is a tiny stamp that says “Dec 72,” but Binghamton in December requires a lot more clothes. We’re dressed a little more like July of August, methinks. With today’s instant gratification cell phone cameras, it’s easy to forget that it could take six months or more to polish off a roll of film.


3 thoughts on “Wayback Wednesday: Not December

  1. Eileen October 18, 2012 / 12:12 am

    Wow. That’s all I can say 🙂 And glad WBW has reemerged. I’ve always liked it!

  2. Common Loon October 18, 2012 / 8:34 am

    Sarah, at first I thought that was a picture of Susan?! Wonder if your Mom made those outfits?

  3. Mom October 18, 2012 / 8:43 am

    You were modeling your newly completed Mom-made outfits!!! And, yes, it often took months to complete a roll of film. Seems hard to believe that we did not take 6 shots of EVERYTHING like we do now but we didn’t because it was so expensive to develop the film and eliminating 4 or 5 not-so-perfect ones just wasn’t an option.

    And, yes, Brian’s outfit was a bit gaudy!! And I do believe Kate & Susan had the same little dresses (fabric SALE! What can I say? 😊).

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