September 18, 2010
Arrived safely after a crazy time in Philly. Prepping classes. Marveling at the contrast between white and blue. Waiting to meet students. Loving the yogurt. Loving the adventure.
Welcome in Europe!
have a great time Ali.
i’ll be looking forward your stories.
Glad all is well for you, have a great time. These pictures look interesting and love that it’s polaroid photos. Can’t wait either for your stories.
Enjoy yourself! That region of the world is beautiful!
Love that you’re taking polaroids which demand commitment. They look beautiful all laid side by side like that.
Soak in every minute!
The white and blue is what I always think of when I think of Greece. Not that I’ve been there!
Have a great trip Ali!!!
wish i were on this trip! can’t wait to hear about the adventure and how you like the camera.. how many packages of film did you bring.. and how many pictures have you taken so far.. i’ve always thought that i would use a pack of film in half an hour..
Can’t wait to hear all about the cruise and Greece. Safe sailing!
Have a great week – so wishing I could have been there!!
Sounds like the adventure of a lifetime – enjoy every minute!
looks like you’re loving your time, and also your Instax camera – more and more I think I need one of those for sure!
Enjoy every minute of this trip, Ali! Can’t wait to read your stories then.
The contrast between white and blue really is the loveliest, isn’t it? Especially on the shore. And of course all the vibrant colors of the flowers, which are everywhere… enjoy yourself, Ali! Can’t wait to see more pictures
Mykonos is truly amazing and unbelievably gorgeous! I hope you enjoy the winding cobblestone stone roads and the windmills and the Mediteranian! I was saw awed and inspired by it in 2002 when I was there and I wasn’t even a scrapbooker yet!
Oh wow….have a wonderful safe trip…would give my right arm to be there….well my left, need my right to scrap:) Someday…Ahhhhh!
Happy to hear you arrived safely! What a fun photo.
have a wonderful time Ali! i just bought one of the Fuji Instamatic cameras and i LOVE it! so much fun!!!!!
Hope the jet lag isn’t too hard on you.
Happy for you and everyone who gets to participate in this cool class experience. HOORAY!
Instaxs are the best, no? LOVE them! Have a fabulous time. . . looking forward to more updates
I can’t wait to travel to Greece someday. Those little polaroids (fuji) prints are amazing laid out as they are. Ali, you rock.
One day! In the mean time, I will feel the Mediteranian through your words and pics! Enjoy! Can’t wait for the share!
have a great time, ali!
does anyone know if Ali has the mini camera, I am assuming she is too busy to answer right now LOL or does anyone else have some type of polaroid I know the film is $$$ but it looks like fun!
Hi Heather – it’s a Fuji Instax. Much cheaper film than polaroid. Check amazon.com. I’ve been having a great time playing with it here.
I can’t wait for your review of the Fuji Instax. I checked it out on Amazon, but I’d like to hear about your likes and dislikes. Have a wonderful time in Greece. Adventure calls to my soul.
Have fun in Greece. Thanks for giving us a sneak peak of the beautiful country you are visiting. Tell Karen R hello for me and that I hope she blogs some of her photos from the trip! Wish I was there.
Oh how you will love Greece. Can’t wait to see what you see and hear about how you took those cute little photos in this blog post. Wishing you adventure and safe travels.
Oh how exciting!! Anxiously awaiting lots of pictures and stories from Greece!! Have a fabulous time and savor it all.
wow! Greece and getting to do what you love all at the same time! What a wonderful combination…enjoy!
say hi to my mama (catherine) from me! the photos she has sent me look amazing! xoxo
Wish I could come, maybe next year?
I was in Santorini, Greece in July and it was phenomenal! I feel like the Greek islands are one of those places that ignites your creativity and imagination.
I didn’t realize just how lovely and simple blue and white can be.
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