Blue skies seem like a distant memory these days. These were taken in November of last year. My summer is desperately in need of more days like this – lazy afternoons spent in beer gardens followed by leisurely walks along bougainvillea lined paths.
… peace on earth for all mankind. But failing that, a Lomo LC-A+ White Japan Edition camera would do quite nicely thanks. This limited edition camera (there are only 1000 available worldwide) was apparently inspired by a karesansui, or Japanese stone garden. I think that it would make a pretty zen addition to my Lomo family. The chances of me getting my hands on one of these, however, are about none in 1000. Here’s to dreaming of a white Lomo Christmas.
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 lomography.com (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.
Remember this old suitcase I picked up on an op-shopping adventure a few months ago? Well, after a bit of head-scratching as to what its purpose would be, I decided that it would make a nice home for my Lomo cameras (as you can see, I’m one of those people that likes to keep everything in their original packaging). I’ve nearly finished the film on my Diana Mini (Byron Bay, random adventures) so I’ll have take a few quick snaps so I can get that developed. I also took my Canon film camera to Oktoberfest, but only got half way through the roll. Hopefully I’ll finish it next weekend, so you can all see pictures of me demolishing a giant pretzel (with the help of my friends of course), drinking out of steins, and looking like a drowned rat after trekking through the rain.