This tiny picture is one of the few I have from a disposable camera I had a few years back. I say a few years, but I think it was around the 2006-2007 era of time, when camera phones were a new thing and I still had a hot pink razr. Ah, the not so long ago olden days!
The scene is New Hampshire, whereabouts, I can't remember. What I do remember is getting this roll of film back and being very pleased with the results - I think this was my first serious foray into photography. Not that I knew it at the time, I still had years to go in Human Resources and Payroll before a combination of factors would drive me towards another path. This roll came out with quite a few good shots, most from the same day trip to New Hampshire.
When the film was processed, I got back prints and digital files. I don't know where the prints are these days, but they might be around for scanning. I've been remiss in organizing anything to do with film photography - especially old negatives and the like. The photo above, I wound up editing the digital file when I got photoshop in 2009, and now I can't find the original. I suspect it was on a laptop that died.
Still, it's wonderful to look back. I haven't seen a disposable camera for a very long time now, but once they were all the rage. I think I still have an old one around my office someplace, and I have no idea what would even be on it.