Monday, March 7, 2011

A couple more...

Cup of tea
Sydney
Flower Shop
Flower Shop
Fratelli Fresh
checks

Here are some more pictures from the roll...you see that they are a bit over exposed and also some of them have strips on them as if the film was not tight enough in it. I need to take more care of that...

#1 Start the day with a tea
#2 Sydney in the morning - it seems everyone is on its way
#3 We have this beautiful flower shop in our neighbourhood. I love to pass it when its closed and the whole shop is full, so full with beautiful flowers
#4 but also like it to pass it when it is open and the whole street in front of it seems like a garden
#5 Shopping groceries
#6 Me again in the mirror...

A wonderful start in the new week


27 comments :

Kristina said...

Die Streifen stören gar nicht so arg, sieht eher nach gewollt aus :)
Habe heute auch meine erste Filmrolle seit langer Zeit zum entwickeln gebracht, mal sehen, was dabei rauskommt... Bestimmt nicht allzu viel, denke ich hab das mit der Belichtung noch nicht wirklich raus... mal sehen :)
Wünsche Dir eine schöne Woche,
Kristina

Elisabelle said...

Wow! Loving your film photos!

Luise said...

toll toll toll toll toll!

:)

dasmaedchenmitdenlocken said...

oh. wunderschön. das erste ist mein liebstes.

ich hab jetzt auch seit langem mal wieder den ersten film mit der analogen spiegelreflex vollgeknipst und warte auf die fotos.

WSAKE said...

i really like the colours of your pictures - you could never get that felling with a digital camera. now i want to get out my old minolta, too...

Anja said...

That hazy look and the stripes actually look great!

máni said...

the imperfections make them so beautiful and unique! love the pops of rainbow colours! <3

Charlyn W said...

Your photos make me want a pentax! ;D
I think the imperfections make your photos perfect!

amanda jane said...

i love your little flowers in the first photo! what are they?

stephanie renee said...

these are so beautiful and i kind of love the imperfections!

Design Elements said...

toll! viele Grüße

iz said...

You have such a lovely blog and photographs! cheers!

Brittany H. said...

I think I've fallen in love, with your blog.

X,
www.brittanyhavican.blogspot.com

Trine Trampoline said...

Lovely pics! And it looks great with summer, can't wait for it to come here in Denmark! :)

celine said...

very nice! the first picture just looks so peaceful and i love those little yellow pom-pom flowers! :)

raichel said...

I love the 4th one!!! so beautiful..

kristina - no penny for them said...

never mind the stripes - these are so lovely! my favourites are 1, 4 and 5.

Gina said...

I have a new photoblog and I would love if you had a look :)

http://dreamilymoments.blogspot.com/

[sen.siˈʝes] said...

oh, das licht auf dem zweiten bild ist so wunderschön! tolle bilder.

P I A said...

I love nr 1 the most! So cosy, so lazy, so good!
What a beautiful scenery you live in!

MANDY said...

Lovely .... I love that florist too, I have taken photos there before !!!

Maggie said...

Oh, I love the second photos down of the bustling street. The sunshine and light is just exquisite, makes the city look inviting and lovely. Your neighborhoods seems beautiful :)

Gemma said...

I love the 3rd and 4th photographs for their strange colour patches. The whole set reminds me Spring is just around the corner and I really need that reminder on a gray gray day like today.

olalla said...

i've discovered your blog and wow, girl, such a good pics!

Charlotte said...

Nice picts!

Le Portillon said...

I always enjoy seeing images of flower shops, somehow my camera never manages to capture the greatness of them.

ingird said...

these are so good. i love the colours! can i ask what film you used? ingrid x