Tagged: Lomography CN 400

Aug 14

August Break Day #14

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Jul 23

Taipa Houses Museum / 龍環葡韻住宅式博物館.

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The five colonial style houses that make up the Taipa Houses Museum (龍環葡韻住宅式博物館) served as residences for high-level civil servants and Macanese families during the first half of the 20th century. I took some of my favorite photographs in this place, everything was just so quietly beautiful and intricate.

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Fujicolor 100 (expired), Pentax K1000
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Jul 17

What We Ate in Macau.

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Jul 11

The Weekend List / 28.

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A few things I like about having a blog:

- owning a domain (I’ve wanted to have one since I was a teenager but I didn’t have anything to actually use it for and this blog is the perfect reason)
- sharing my photographs (obviously)
- insane to think about but to have actually inspired people to get into film photography or writing a blog because of mine
- the best reason to take a ridiculous number of photographs
- I just really enjoy organizing things that I like (my mother loved for me to have collections as a child because she thinks it’s a great way to learn organization)
- making incredible like-minded friends through the sharing and conversations that happen on this blog

What are some reasons that make you keep a blog?


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Jun 26

A Flea Market in Macau.

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I really wish I could tell you where in Macau these were taken but we were weaving in and out the many streets and alleyways (because there was so much to see!) I honestly have no idea. What I can tell you, though, is that the moment we walked into this beautiful street with its old, colorful shops and local people selling vintage everything in the smallest flea market I’ve ever seen, the scenes that you see in these photographs became my favorite memories from Macau.

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