My Instax camera was giving me a lot of bright-light joy in my ranunculus/persian buttercup patch the other day. I plant my new bulbs in Fall, some pull through from the year before, and I look forward to the surprise melange of their blooms like a very long Christmas eve.
I don't suspect I'll be using any of the precious film on any blinding-flash, washed out low light photos for as long as the flower season is here and there are instant photos to be had of them. The amount of beauty you can get out of those little photos with enough light really surprised me. Such nice Springtime subjects certainly help. Most of my Instax photos before were blurry, blown-out snaps of Miette laying on various things (which, of course, have their charm).
There's such a magic in hopping around, snapping away as the camera spits out photographs you can hold in your hand.
Hopefully these won't be the last like this!