crystal shards and shapes

crystal shards and shapes
crystal shards and shapes
crystal shards and shapes
Playing around with my Diana Mini, and a bottle of citrine shards. These photos turned out pretty blurry and out of focus, but I think you get the general gist of it. Also, I finally got myself an account on (about time, right?) so if anyone else is on there, link me your accounts or add me so we can be lomo cyber buddies and stuff. I’m pretty sure this is going to be my new favourite time-wasting website.


  1. Vicky November 1, 2010

    I'd kill to have a Diana lomography camera. I keep telling myself I need to save a get one, but apparently the film's really expensive to develop? x

  2. Vicky November 1, 2010

    Great help! Thanks! By the way, forgot to say your photos are quite gorgeous x

  3. evie apples November 1, 2010

    these are amazing soph!

    also, totally agree with you about laneway and am so crazy jealous about your glastonbury trip i'm speechless! please, please document every moment so that i might live vicariously through you!

    ~ amanda

  4. rouli November 1, 2010

    rhis is a lovely post:))

    kiss dear

  5. A Little Brighter November 1, 2010

    This is so lovely! They don't look blurry they look dreamy! πŸ˜€ I must get a lomo….right after a canon 5D…. which is a little more expensive eek!
    Oh I had a big giggle at the "Ur Mom" sign too, It was just so perfect and unexpected!


  6. pixelhazard November 1, 2010

    sparkle sparkle

    Bright Green Laces

  7. Louder Than Silence November 1, 2010

    Lovely, like Ayesha said, they're not blurry they're dreamy!

    Sally x
    Louder Than Silence

  8. Janelle Haskin November 1, 2010

    Stunning photos!!


  9. Barbara November 1, 2010

    haha that's one of my favs time wasting website too πŸ™‚ i like they turned out like that!

  10. vint junky November 1, 2010

    I have a little diana and i do love it but i am so damn impatient! Digital cams have turned me into an 'I need it now fiend!"
    Congrats on the glasto trip, you'll absolutely love it

  11. Joanna M November 1, 2010

    Blurry is the way to go :)!

  12. curious constellation November 1, 2010

    I hadn't heard of that site before, I'll definitely have to check it out!

  13. Miranda November 1, 2010

    Thank you (: I think I'm goin to sell the dress :/
    I think your photos turned out really nice!

  14. Diana November 1, 2010

    how gorgeous! i love the effect in these pictures

    vist me:)

  15. Fauve November 1, 2010

    I love diana! They're pretty cool, your photos! I'm going to have a look on the site πŸ™‚ Love

  16. the colors of citrine is so gorgeous and the photos look great! ps-unicorns are kind of my life…the last unicorn has had a huge impact on my life πŸ˜‰ hope you are having a good week!

  17. ANN November 2, 2010

    I've been wanting a Diana lomography camera for so long! These shots are amazing!

  18. jemina November 2, 2010

    I think these pics turn out fine
    LOVE the heart shaped citrine shards in the first pic πŸ™‚


  19. ΒΆ Michelle November 2, 2010

    Oh lucky you to have a Diana, I'd love to have a lomo camera but maybe somewhere into the future when I have heaps of inspiration, I don't think my house is full of inspiration at the moment, what a shame. I love those glitter shapes, so pretty x

  20. Kenziefaith November 2, 2010

    Ah – I think you did a great job! I sooo want a Diana – I love how the pictures look!

    KF x

  21. rebecca November 2, 2010

    i'd love to have a lomo camera! even if they're blurry, i think these photos have such a lovely charm to them (:

  22. claire (jazzpad.) November 3, 2010

    It's an amazing source of inspiration actually. Desperate for a diana mini too, even the larger original dianas are on sale at the moment for Β£50 and I am oh so tempted! jazzy β™₯

  23. Sundari November 3, 2010

    Hey great shots. I still haven't got around to getting a Diana Mini. I would feel slightly greedy seeing as I have two Dianas already. Maybe for my 6 yr old sister.
    And don't disregard blurry photos! The 'blur' in photography (and photo paintings such as those by Gerhard Richter) is one of the themes that I am proposing to look at in my Honours research.

  24. Marinka November 3, 2010

    those are really nice, I like the blur actually !

  25. kelly ann November 4, 2010

    i dig these photos. they're fantastic!


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *