Earlier on in the year, a couple of my friends and I decided to drive an hour or so out of town and have lunch on top of a mountain. It was a bit of a refreshing change from our usual inner-city jaunts. I brought my Diana Mini along for the ride. I only just got around to developing the photos. Slack, I know. You can view more photos after the jump. But those with slow broadband be warned, it’s avery image heavy post.
How’s the serenity? If I were to swing the camera a bit more to the right you’d see the ocean.
This building was chock full of cuckoo clocks.
My favourite kind of country.
The only way all three of us were going to be able to get into a photo together.
There are a few more photos, but I’ll post them at a later date.
Testing out my Diana Mini at a friend’s BBQ. We beat the summer heat by staying in the shade, sipping on cold beverages, and playing boardgames till the sun went down! Photo-wise, I like the warmth of the colours. The photos turned out pretty well, despite the fact we were in the shade. Sometimes I’m scared of taking (film) photos that aren’t in full light. The last one resulted in a bit of an ugly lens flare. But I thought I’d post it anyway. I don’t think I’ll ever be blessed with cool lens flares. Sigh.
Triple exposure? Taken on my Diana Mini. I don’t quite know how this one came about. Either way, I’m quite happy it turned out this way. That’s one thing I quite like about film photography – everything’s a bit of a surprise (for better or worse lol). Anyway, I found this graffiti wall in the carpark behind one of my favourite breakfast haunts. I had no idea the carpark even existed. It’s discovery was quite a coup, considering street parking can be quite a hassle in this particular suburb. The cool graffiti was an added bonus.