Fancy Onesies

(I needed to cheer myself up, hence this post)

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[ Photos taken December 2017; Costumes from Skitzo Manila ]

 

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Throwback Thursday: Amsterdam 2017

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These are shots from two rolls of 120 film during a three-week travel to Europe. Can’t believe that in the entire tour, I only used the Rolleiflex for a grand total of… two!!! rolls!!! And they resulted in such gorgeousness that I’m mentally kicking myself for not shooting more medium format; it was a trip of a lifetime for godssakes Bea

Guess I just have to go back

[October 2017]

Trails

I just had a cup of coffee and while feeling psyched I went on a blog-hopping spree and got super inspired (and crazy jealous) by this travel blog so I just had to post something on mine.

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This is around a 45-minute exposure. The lovely thing about film and my Canon FTb (no batteries required, and with a mirror lock-up feature) is that I can leave it and it does its job. No need for stacking images on Photoshop!!

The yellowish patch at the bottom right corner is a cloud-covered moonset; also I think I was pointing at Orion here? The three lines of nearly identical thickness a quarter from the left is the belt. Haha I suck at giving directions. The thick line in the middle on the left is Rigel.  Ah what the hell, let’s bust out Stellarium for a clearer reference:

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After fiddling with the date and time arrows, the Stellarium image matched up with mine. Now I have an idea when exactly I took the photo. I don’t remember the moon to be a thin, waxing crescent, but there you go!  Astronomy is fun you guys!! 🙂