wow these photos are so great.i love all the graffiti!xo kaitlinkaitgirl
Richmond is really, really cute. I visited for the first time a few weeks ago. Parts of it look like you just stepped back in time. My east coast self was also not used to seeing sun in winter.
I'm glad you liked it! It really is like you stepped into a time machine in some parts.
beautiful! I have like 5 rolls sitting in my desk I haven't developed for ages because everywhere I go is overpriced and some of the film is a weird size....I feel like I just need to bite the bullet- I don't even remember what the photos might be!
That makes it all the more exciting! It's like a surprise.I just get mine developed at Target (the film gods died a little when they read that). It's a fair amount cheaper than it would be at a local film shop.
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I actually didn't use a filter!
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Beautiful pictures, I love first one :)
Beautiful photos! xxx
Did that vintage camera take those pics? Awesome!! Either way, I like ;)
It did, thanks!
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these pictures are amazing!! so awesome that they turned out so great w/ an old camera & expired film but i think that's what makes them extra special. esp love the old buildings & that kiss mark graffiti : )Oh, & have you ever tried shutterfly for developing? the prints seem same as a target or convenience store but usually occasionally they send me free x amount of print emails. http://dusanabotswana.com/