I wanted to develop the roll of film that carries my next installment of the #365project today. Instead of the anticipation of picking up fresh photos, I was met with a strangely closed store front that turned out to be my photo lab people having already gone on their Chinese Lunar New Year break! Guess we’ll have to wait until February is almost over to catch up on that series. In the mean time, here are this month’s Around The World In Analogue favorites:
Instead of setting new-year goals for myself at the end of last year, I chose to ease into 2018 and be open to what feels right for me in terms of photography and blogging. I’m happy to report that I’ve tentatively embarked on the #365project on film – a move that coincides with my plan to take more random photographs of my daily life.
Another thing I have felt compelled to do is to, for lack of better words, participate in and enjoy the film community more. The Twitter scene is great and I still subscribe to many film photography blogs. To convert all that browsing and scrolling and clicking into something more inspiring, I’ve decided to bring back the Around The World In Analogue series, and this post is the first of many to come, hopefully.
Fujicolor 100 (expired), Pentax K1000
I’ve just returned from a short trip to Taitung (east of Taiwan) and very soon will be on my way to spend a week in Seoul, Korea – hopefully I’ll get to share photographs of my own travels soon. In the mean time, here are my favorites for the past month:
Efiniti UXi Super 200, Canon FTb
I am rather sad that we are at the end of October but here’s hoping November inherited the brilliant weather we’ve enjoyed so much. This month’s wonderful film photography that I hope you enjoy as much as I did:
The weather has finally turned and everyday the cool wind beckons me to be outside. The never-ending wanderlust is continuously fueled by these amazing places photographed by these amazing bloggers, on film:
– fieldguided: Niagara Falls, Canada
– * Angie 的影像情書: Taipei, Taiwan
– Stop by the corner: Arles, France
– the present is.: Heyri Art Village, Korea
– MY HARU: Paris, France
– unexpected light: Utrecht, Netherlands