I had no idea what to expect of X-Pro Chrome used with an SLR but the vivid blues and greens were so appropriate for Tanah Lot – it brings out so much of the flavor of Bali! These ones taken with my Pentax are more detail-oriented so I’m not sure if they give you a big picture of what Tanah Lot looks like. I do have some more pictures taken with the Superheadz UWS of the general landscape (like I said previously, this place is crazy photogenic!) so I’ll share more soon.
Lomography X-Pro Chrome 100, Pentax K1000
This was how our outdoor terrace looked at the beginning of summer – and then it became too hot, sometimes the rain was too huge, and many of these tiny lives didn’t even make it into fall. The weather this year has been quite turbulent for outdoor gardening so that’s one thing I haven’t managed to do as well as I would have liked to. I’ll definitely been reading up and making wiser choices for outdoor plants next year!
Lucky Super 100, Pentax K1000
Looking at these pictures now made me wish so hard that I had my Vivitar with the 28mm lens back in April to capture these amazing old buildings transformed by art along Hai-an Road in wide-angle glory. I fell in love with the city of Tainan, beginning at this place.
Kodak Ektar 100, Pentax K1000
By the time you’re reading this I should be walking around and taking photographs in Macau! I might post on Instagram but not sure if we’re going to have much Internet access. The blog posts will keep coming since I’ve made a habit of scheduling daily posts for the last six months (six!). In any case, please cross your fingers for me and let the most beautiful weather settle in Macau for the next three days!
Fujicolor Pro 160S, Canon FTb
Lomography CN 100, Pentax K1000
Lucky Super 200, Canon FTb