analogue wednesday #106

i like this so much, it’s hard to put into words. i remember very clearly sitting in this american-style café in tampere, a karelian pie on my plate and butterflies in my stomach, in nervous anticipation of a week of presentations and socialising.

and now, through the magic of film swapping and double exposures, these memories get scrambled with some of sara’s own mementos from london, making images that are simultaneously familiar and alien.

it’s fascinating to see what emerges from these rolls, what gets highlighted and what fades into the background as serindipity and light do their magic on the frames. i’ve shot a ton of rolls these past few weeks, and can’t wait to get back home and send them off! :)


one second everyday — july 2017

apologies for the silence and mostly automatic posts… august has been brilliant so far, which leaves little time for blogging. now that i’ve managed to somehow bust my back (again!) with an acrobatic jump to the ubahn though, i’m lying in bed taking it easy… on the upside, more time for posting! :D

anyway, here’s what july looked like:

highlights:
– crafty afternoons and many summer meals with friends
– hosting a biker cousin and his friends
– petsitting our neighbours’ friendly dog
– quick pitstop on our way north to explore maat with jenny
– paulo’s dad turned 80!

and then, really at the end of the month we jumped on a plane for a whole month of adventures abroad! :D


analogue wednesday #105

and my favourite crop from R4R-2, is this frame featuring paulo on the wheel blending into a dramatic church. i spend quite a bit of time riding shotgun, so these kind of photos from the passenger perspective will probably pop up now and then. maybe i’ll turn them into a tradition! :)


analogue wednesday #104

people + southern boats, from R4R-2.


analogue wednesday #103

random people (and paulo!) caught on R4R-2, a black and white film roll swapped on Roll4Roll between me and mokko8.