Around the World in Analogue.

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Although I am sad to see October go, we do have plans to spend a few days in Macau in December so I am looking forward to doing a little bit of overseas traveling at the end of the year. Macau was administered by Portugal from the mid-16th century until late 1999 and has deep Portuguese/European influences, especially in its architecture, which I am terribly excited about! This month we go to several wonderful countries in Europe (and Canada):

– fleeting moments: Richmond, London
– i diari della lambretta: Mezzano, Italy
– clio: Whistler, British Columbia, Canada
– AU PAYS DES MERVEILLES: The Abbey Bookshop, Paris, France
– antorra: Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin

16 comments on “Around the World in Analogue.

  1. Macau sounds like an incredible place! I can totally understand why you’re so excited about it!
    And all the blogs you’ve mentioned here are truly beautiful – I only knew I Diari della Lambretta before, but now I have checked them all!

  2. Oh, my dear Katie. Thank you so much for mentioning me.
    I have to admit I had no idea Macau had been a colony of the Portuguese empire until, a couple of months ago, I met a Portuguese woman who had lived in Macau in her teens as her parents were working there. Her stories are simply fascinating and I’m sure you’ll have a great time there in December.

    1. You have no idea, antonella, how many of your posts I have bookmarked! I always enjoy your point of view and it’s extra special when the photographs are of places that are not exactly touristy but just around where you live.

      I am very, very excited to explore Macau – the combination of Asian and European influences always fascinate me. Although they say not many native Portuguese live in Macau these days, I’ll be keeping an eye out. :)

    1. Thank you so much, Barbara! It’s possibly the closest I’ll get to Europe for a while (btw, so jealous and enjoying your Europe photographs!) but I’m going to make the best of it. ♥

  3. Thank you so much for the feature, so sweet of you! I love your blog…and am totally baffled at how often you post your analogue photos, I barely get a roll (sometimes 2) shot a week if I’m super productive!

    1. Hi Clio! Big fan of your photography, always happy to see a new post from you in my reader. Been really enjoying your portrait project – keep going! :)

      I have to admit I am very prolific given the right circumstances, hahaha, but I do go through weeks without taking any photographs. The past two has been such! I blame the gray fall/winter weather.

      P.S. Thank you for your film kit purchase – will ship in a bit! :)

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