My Chinese Lunar New Year break begins as of tomorrow and just like how we did it last year, the next two weeks will be wordless photography posts emulating the August Break organized by Susannah Conway. I will be traveling to Singapore to celebrate the oriental new year with my family so hopefully I’ll be using up a lot of film while out of town. I hate to be leaving the cool breeze and blue skies behind but also can’t wait for the opportunities to take more pictures. See you in the Year of the Snake!
Kodak UltraMax 400, Yashica Electro 35 GSN
I don’t say it very often but I’m a bit of a K-pop fan. My partner and I were incredibly excited to find out that one of our favorite groups, 2AM, were holding their Asian tour concert in the university stadium just a fifteen-minute walk from where we live. That was a good night, live music and pretty boys.
Kodak ProFoto XL 100, Canon FTb
T. Loafer (閑隅) is possibly the smallest cafe I’ve ever been to. It has all but enough space to sit about six or seven people, tops. The size is definitely a push factor if you, like me, like to go to coffee shops alone and easily annoyed by crowds and chatter.
Fujifilm Superia X-TRA 400, Canon FTb
I can’t even begin to describe how much I love these photos of not just my parents’ wedding in 1984 but of their happy faces before they embarked on the rest of their lives together. As I’m typing this I realize that next year will be their 30th year together, isn’t it just amazing?
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I know it’s only January but it sure feels like winter is going to be over any time soon in this part of the world. So, I took some time off work today and completed my seasonal documentation of the lovely flowers/plants they have at our local nursery. I’ll be collecting those photos tomorrow and it is only right that I should first post pictures of the late summer blooms from last September when I took Evelyn to the nursery for some quiet time with our cameras. The colors are considerably different from the spring/summer ones and types of flowers so different from the ones I saw today, I am just so excited to see how those pictures turn out.
Lomography CN 400, Canon FTb