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Daily Occurrences

It was a relaxing weekend here in Columbus. I walked around our apartment and took a few random shots. My makeup being left out on the sink, Desh’s toys (intact and destroyed) covering our rug, my two film cameras sitting in the bag, homemade huevos rancheros (OMG YUM), and our bed…that we probably make once a month. [all photos shot on my Canon DSLR]

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Cy, You Make Me Sigh

Cy Twombly, an American artist, passed away at the beginning of last month. The news saddened me and memories flooded back to when I first discovered this magical painter that (for the first time in my life) seemed to create pieces that connected so well to my heart. To many that may seem silly but there are artists out there that changed my view of composition and technique. So for that, I thank you Cy.

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Daily Occurrences

Just some shots around the apartment + in the neighborhood. I didn’t notice until I was posting but that first photo matched my blog super well. Neat.
I recently snagged a Pentax K1000 off Craigslist and these are from my first roll! I absolutely love the camera. While I was dropping them off to develop, this older man saw the Pentax slung over my shoulder and said, “Is that a non-digital camera?” I said yes and his eyes lit up. He then convinced me that I could create a darkroom in my apartment. Yes, I’m investigating. If anyone has any tips, let me know! I haven’t developed since high school and pretty much don’t remember ANYTHING. Anyways, check back later this afternoon for more photos from the Pentax.
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Monday Link Love

Happy August! A round up of three of my favorite things on The Internets lately.

  1. DesignLoveFest’s STYLE series. Absolutely love it.
  2. Herb and Dorothy, a documentary on Netflix Instant. It’s about a couple to lived off one of their salaries and devoted the other salary towards collecting modern art.
  3. Photographer Jonathan Canlas. His work and movement, “Film Is Not Dead,” is amazing. Ashley sent me the link to his site and I adore his work and efforts.