We shared waffles and ice cream at this small but wonderfully decorated cafe called Creamier in the town of Toa Payoh in Singapore, a lot of dessert and laughter were had that night.
Kodak Portra 400, Canon FTb
This last installment of photographs from Tanah Lot paints a better picture of the popular tourist spot and home to the pilgrimage temple, the Pura Tanah Lot. It is an incredibly beautiful place and my favorite part was that they had an area fenced off for local visitors who were here to give their prayers amongst the never-ending stream of tourists.
Lomography CN 800, Superheadz Ultra Wide & Slim
We took my sister to Woody Burgers recently (she moved to a place that is really near the restaurant) and the Lomo LC-A+ came with me as I was eager to finish up the roll with my newly purchased Splitzer. I think my biggest problem is that I want to take photographs that are close to my heart and aesthetic as opposed to being creative. I really hate the idea that using the camera makes me feel like it’s so much more work than a regular SLR and I haven’t found a way to overcome that to truly enjoy the camera. In any case, I will be packing it to go to Macau with me in December – not ready to give up on it yet, I guess!
Fujichrome Sensia 100 (expired), Lomo LC-A+
Everyone says you have to watch the sunset at Jimbaran while waiting to be served grilled seafood at one of the many, many warungs along the beach, so that was what we did (not only because you cannot avoid being touristy in Bali but because we love grilled seafood and sunsets). Unfortunately by the time our seafood platters – one for each of us – came, it was way too dark for decent photographs but it was really, really good and incredibly cheap.
Lomography CN 400, Pentax K1000