Konica Auto S.

I just spent my first work day at my new home; my office space is about four times bigger than the old one, with ample natural light. It’s beautiful around here but I do miss my old place. It was small but everything I needed. I’m glad I used the test rolls from my new vintage cameras to record some fond memories of the place, namely my neighbor’s roof top garden. :)

Ferrania Solaris 400 (expired), Konica Auto S

The Colors of Little India.

These pictures were taken last December, when I visited Singapore for a dear friend’s wedding. Little India is definitely one of my favorite places ever, bursting with colors, ethnic fragrances, and scrumptious street food. I adore the gathering of fortune tellers, roadside stalls selling flower garlands, incense, and jewelry shops – there is always so much to take in and love about this place.

Paradies Action 400, Canon FTb

Family on Film – My Mother As A Schoolgirl.

These are the last of the black and white photographs I’m going to share for now (we’ll be moving on to the colors of 1970s!), taken during one of my mother’s class excursions while she was in junior high. I wish you could see these pictures in real life, they’re beautifully taken and pretty much my idea of black and white photography (which is hard to duplicate even using vintage cameras these days).

Please click here for the full archive of Family on Film. 

Randomly Delicious / 02.

Lomography CN 400, Canon FTb

I hope you’re not already bored with my pictures of food; I think they are incredibly beautiful things to capture and keep, like a personal food diary. I had such a hard time picking just six, take that as a warning that there’s going to be many food/cafe posts to come (lucky me if you enjoy those)!

Lomography CN 400, Canon FTb

Paradies Action 400, Canon FTb

Kodak ColorPlus 200, Canon FTb

Ferrania Solaris 100, Canon FTb

Agfa Vista Plus 200Canon FTb

Sleepy Cats.

I’ve wanted to share these pictures for the longest time but they just never worked into my blogging schedule until today. These were taken at an amazing place called CAT AND LIFE where they keep and feed stray cats opened to adoption from the public. Many people who visit wonder how they manage to keep the place running since the adoption process has no money involved at all. Well, they also have a cat hotel business on the third level of the building and hopefully, it will continue to be sufficient in the long run.

We didn’t pick the best time to visit though; the kitties were busy napping after lunch!

Ferrania Solaris 100, Canon FTb