As 2012 nears its end, I find myself going backward in time to the 1970's when I was a certified Polaroid camera and film tester. More than 40 years has passed and Instant film is making a come back. The Impossible Project is a big factor in the resurgence. While I have 2 Polaroid 360 cameras that use the 100 series pack film (or peel apart type) I much prefer my Polaroid 680 SLR camera and Impossible Project film. The imperfections in this new SX-70 type film has captured my attention and admiration for its unique and distinctly analog look. The art world has always shunned digital images and now the Polaroid is finding its way back to popularity. Collectors realize that each Polaroid image is a one-off original that has more value than limited edition prints. So the cyclical nature of human evolution has revolved back to Polaroid Instant film for its unique qualities and analog beauty. Each time I pick up my camera I'm excited to see what will come out of it next.