I was going through images on my hard drive the other day, deleting what I could to make space (I really, really need a new laptop - this one is seriously on its last leg), and came across a bunch of 'forgotten' photos. Between our DSLR, old school film Holga, and iPhones, Robbie and I have taken a ton of pictures over the past several years - many of which were just thrown on our computers and never looked at again. It was really cool to stumble upon them and instantly be transported back to the time and space where each one was taken.
I thought I'd share a small handful of these forgotten images with you guys, in hopes that it will motivate me to print some of them and put the rest in an nice online album. There is no rhyme or reason here, by the way. There is also absolutely no aesthetic cohesiveness, and most aren't professional quality by any means. I just picked out a few that conjured up the strongest memories. They were taken all over the place (from our neighborhood to a San Francisco farmer's market to a little town in Mexico), at all different times over the last few years.
Do you store waaaay too many photos on your hard drive too? Or are you more organized about them?
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