Capture Your Travel Memories on Film

This past year has been a bit of a whirlwind. While I've been lucky enough to travel the globe for Lonny, shooting stories for my day job, I've also gotten to indulge my own personal pleasure: photography. A few years back, I made a pact with myself to only shoot film, specifically Polaroids, when on my journeys—most of my work day involves sifting through digital images, so I look forward to sharing tangible memories with my family and friends in the form of a photo. Plus, my weapon of choice, a Polaroid 990 Land camera, was given to me by my uncle, making it even more special. So my #MeMoment means taking a second to reflect on the incredible trips I've taken and anticipate the year ahead. What's yours? 

All Photos © Genevieve Garruppo/Lonny
From top left: outside the Louvre, in Paris; inside the Louvre. Third row: eating as the locals do at the Fish & Chips Shop, in London; Rue Saint-Sauveur, in Paris; a view of the Eiffel Tower from Montmartre, in Paris. Fourth row: Queen's Head, in London; a backyard in Tulum, Mexico; looking toward the Caribbean Sea at the Trident Hotel, in Port Antonio, Jamaica.
Here are a few close-ups of my favorites.

A beautiful Coqui Coqui bath, in Valladolid, Mexico,as seen in our December/January issue.

There was music everywhere in my Air B&B apartment in Paris.

How do you reminisce on past travel?
I'm the former Photo Editor at Lonny Magazine
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