If you’ve got a Polaroids camera that has a wide aperture, you can capture the fall of spring with your eyes closed.

The Polaroid G20 has a focal length of 24mm.

That means you can get an image with your camera that is 24mm wide at f/8, which means it is about 24mm longer than the average portrait lens.

You can use this lens to capture the effect of the fall in spring.

A quick comparison:  The image above shows how the lens in the G20 looks wide open at f-8, while the image above is a cropped version of it with the same lens and crop.

As you can see, the image has the same amount of blur and noise as the original, but it’s sharper and less noisy.

Here’s a short video that demonstrates how to use this wide angle lens to take a fall in Spring.