The screen showed the big 5..............4..................3.................2....................1.............then *snap.* This went on 4 times, and when it was done, we made our way back through the curtains, to the full light of day, and retrieved our photos from between the metal bars of the photo chute.
No matter that my still-wet hair is plastered to my head. I love these! Me and my girl. September of 2011.
As I've already mentioned, I love photo booth photos. In fact, I keep a photo booth photo from LONG ago on my dresser.
Hmm, let's take a better look at this
It's circa 7th or 8th grade, taken in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Me and Julie Flanigan.
But let's back up, since we started with the very most recent strip from September. Let's see, big gap in time here. These are the second most recent photos I can find:
Yes, I do look like I want to puke, not really sure why I saved this one...
I want to say it was taken in a Stockholm photo booth, but it may well be from the same shoot as the photo below, which features my husband way in the back, just a wee speck behind my big
Next, another big leap backward, this set is from the Ocean City boardwalk in the summer of say...1988.
These next ones are also from the Ocean City boardwalk, from the year earlier, so 1987
And feature me and my high school boyfriend and my roommate's little brother, Scott.
Hey, there's me and Julie again. And the rest of the Rehoboth series
Yes, it looks as though we hit the booth 3 times during that week of summer vacation.
These ones have an awful backdrop, don't they? They're from Ocean City, Maryland in I'd say in, geez, I don't know, 6th grade? Me and my pal, Janine.
And here, the grand finale:
My mom, little brother and me, circa, um, 1972 or 1973? Love this photo! Although I have no earthly idea where we got it taken. (Mom?)
The photo strip -- on it's way out, no doubt, with all things digital these days. But do know this, if I ever were to win the lottery and throw a big party, there would be a photo booth. And you will be expected to participate.