Are these geodes? Is that a view from inside Hef's grotto? Kate Bush's brainmap? Nope! None of the above.
Photojournalist William Miller picked up an old SX-70 Polaroid instant at a flea market, not knowing that the camera was finicky and damaged goods. Instead of scrapping it for junk, when he discovered the camera's handicap, Miller was inspired and began tinkering around with the kinds of colors and patterns it could create.