5.10.10

London Through The Super Slim


"This melancholy London- I sometimes imagine that the souls of the lost are compelled to walk through its streets perpetually. One feels them passing like a whiff of air."

Yeats

Sun flares with a Slim Angel
Hackney


Light
Bishopsgate


Silent Sunday
Bishopsgate


The Old Curiosity Shop

The Old Curiosity Shop is a wonderful little shop to visit! If the provenance alone does not tempt you then know this:
They make funky shoes!

(Shoe Photo from The Old Curiosity Shop Website)

I find myself wanting these pony lace ups oh...so...muchly!


It has been a while since I shared some 35mm film toy camera photographs with you. These were taken using my Superheadz Slim White Angel and Kodak Extrachrome 200 film.
More info on this Camera can be found in my DarkRoom.

10 comments:

  1. I love the way you captured picture two.

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  2. =0 wow! how did you get that purple shade on the photos?! it's gorgeous!

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  3. beautiful photos my dear!! :D and oh, Yeats x

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  4. @ Nyanzi

    Thank you! That is my favourite too.

    @ Mint

    The film is expired so it played tricks on me.

    @ diva

    Thank you! Missing London yet?

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  5. what a fun looking place :D i have to say i love the sun flare.. doesn't even really look like it. sun flares on film look MUCH better than digital ones.

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  6. I agree with izumi - sun flares on film look so much more interesting compared to digital...I'm pretty sure I "wasted" rolls of film when I was younger to photograph sun flares, clouds, and branches with my mom's camera :)

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  7. I'm really loving the look and feel of your pictures using the Slim Angel (especially the black & white ones in your DarkRoom). I can't wait to see your pictures with your new Instax!!

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  8. Oh my gosh that old curiosuty shop is right near my uni! I used to walk past it everyday..aw good times =D. Isnt it funny how you take these things for granted.

    You even made Bishopsgate look pretty special, I used to walk past there everyday too in first year...aw I miss uni =(

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  9. your photos are so nice! I'd love to visit London, the places look so interesting

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  10. @ Imo

    Thank you!! I seem to have a knack of being in a certain place at it's deadest moments. You know how hard it is to capture Bishopsgate like this right?

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