Kodak Gold 200, Canon FTb
There has always been a little hole in my analogue heart that I started way too late. Before I fell in love with film photography in 2011, I, like so many others, took photographs with a digital camera. Nothing fancy at all, just regular Canon point-and-shoots because I couldn’t afford a DSLR. The pictures I had taken were mediocre at best and despite how hard I tried, they had no soul. But it was also before 2011 that I went traveling much more than I do now. There was Hong Kong, there was Tokyo, there was Bangkok and there was San Francisco, Los Angeles and Vegas. There was also Penghu and Green Island, Taiwanese offshore islands that we escaped to. Those trips to amazing places before I shot film make up that little hole in my analogue heart.
And so, I save these beautiful posts to look at over and again, bittersweet:
Perhaps I shall visit these places again some day, perhaps I won’t. Who is to say? In the mean time, I shall take my camera with me, wherever. (Photograph above taken along Tanjong Pagar, Singapore.)