Jamie Allen's post "Please login or register to view links" got me to thinking about my own family photo project - a self-published book - which included a couple of images I've been meaning to post. The two above were scanned from Polaroid prints taken by my father in 1959-1960. The first one is of my mother in her kitchen, and the second one is of my sisters. I warmed them a little in hue (the second one, too much), but I tried to avoid messing with the wonderful range of tones present in the prints. I'm not sure which exact model of Polaroid my father had, but it looked just like <Please login or register to view links>. When looking at our family photos it's hard for me to be objective. Feelings for family members and nostalgia for the past overpower my ability to decide if an image has something that might be of more general interest to strangers. But I believe my father has a good eye, and there is something about these Polaroids which excites me as a photographer. If there is interest in this kind of photography, I can put up a few more. And I'd love to see other family photos which may rise a bit above the average family snapshot level.