Efiniti UXi Super 200, Canon FTb
The five colonial style houses that make up the Taipa Houses Museum (龍環葡韻住宅式博物館) served as residences for high-level civil servants and Macanese families during the first half of the 20th century. I took some of my favorite photographs in this place, everything was just so quietly beautiful and intricate.
Lomography CN 400, Pentax K1000
Fujicolor 100 (expired), Pentax K1000
Agfa Photo CT Precisa 100, Lomo LC-A+
I brought my Konica C35MF along when we visited the Stone Wall Cafe, loaded with my last roll of Lomography X-Pro Chrome 100. I must admit I was disappointed at first that these did not turn out as colorful as the ones taken in Bali despite the slow shutter speed this camera is stuck with, though I am a huge fan of the blue and gold combination. These are mainly taken around the 140-year-old historic family estate the coffee shop was part of.
Lomography X-Pro Chrome 100, Konica C35MF
Kodak Gold 200, Pentax K1000
Schelecker AS Color 200 (expired), Pentax K1000
Fujicolor Superia Reala 100 (expired), Pentax K1000
I don’t want to freak you out but if you have questions about what is going on in the third photograph, you can read about it here. It was the first time I’ve witnessed this festival (the Hakka Cultural Park is right across the street from where we live) but this is an old tradition. It is not something I agree with (there are so many things in the Chinese culture I cannot agree with) but I will give my respect to anyone’s rights to history and culture.
Lomography CN 800, Vivitar 220/SL