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you know i suffer from this affliction where i travel, journey and explore only to come home and mope around for months. months and months of sulking about the place. it’s rather tragic really. most people like to write about those travel experiences. some people have been known to hold gatherings where they will set up a projector and beam happy holiday snaps for friends and family.
i kind of avoid it.
ask me how my travels were and i have a standard response: “it was great and i want to go back. now” yes, i am no fun to be with once i arrive back home. pity my travel partner; this time my husband who has had to withstand the moping in real life.
well today, i’ve changed. i can’t promise that it is a permanent change, but today i share some photos with frankie magazine of a city which i took quite a fancy to: portland, or. do check it out if you get the chance.
and of course you can see a whole bunch more from our trip seattle, portland and new york right here.
astrid has been compiling a lovely series called why do you shoot film?
today my words and photo [from a photo walking when we were i soho last month] feature on hei astrid. check it out and the rest of her lovely blog.
the photo above was not taken in soho, rather at my graduation ceremony which took place a few weeks ago. the university served refreshments afterward. i only had my natura classica in tow and snapped some quiet scenes from the morning.
just as i was sulking about, i read this and felt inspired enough to start scanning some polaroids from our trip. this is one of 60+ shots which i’ve had sitting on my desk for the last month.
this one is from the stairwell outside our room at the ace hotel. it was a pretty nice place to stay.
it’s been a while.
and now, another adventure ahead. i’ll be posting here for the next couple of weeks as we discover seattle, portland and new york (take two).
and today, a little glimpse of my side of town: winter flowers, lunches with my sister, and dinner with my husband.
on 600 sx-70
a little pretty for this sunday. blushing pink and ruffles in egg cups.
thankful that this weekend only got better.