last month david, my family and I traveled to mexico city. i only took two 35mm film cameras: my diana mini and my canon sureshot telemax. i always go to mexico city because i love it so much, so i feel i am always taking the same photos over and over with my phone or camera. i wanted to change it up a little bit. i was really excited to develop my film because i swore i got good shots. the scenery looked promising at the time I took the photos. however, when i got my prints back, i wasn’t too amazed by them. i hadn’t used my diana mini in a long time that i had forgotten things about it. also, because i was being cheap and wanted to save $2 on film, i decided to purchase 200ISO film. bad idea. diana mini works best with 400 and 800. i guess this served as a lesson!
i’m not in love with the photos, but after seeing them again, I’m starting to like them. they bring back good memories – and that’s really important to me. hence why i’m sharing them and why i have this blog: for memories.
this was david’s first time traveling with my family. i am so glad we got the chance to do it because he got to know my uncle’s family and how my family is outside the typical “hello/how are you/goodbye” scenarios when he comes to my home. we went to the city specifically to take my devout grandmother to the basilica because she wanted to pray and thank the virgin for everything she did and is doing for us. it was her first time on plane, so yay abuela!
p.s: this is my first time uploading photos to my blog from flickr. not sure how i feel about it.. probably won’t be doing that again.
these were taken with canon telemax date, also 200 iso film:
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today my friend Macarena, who I met in high school and is living in one of my favorite cities, is going to share with us 10 things that make her happy. she’s so quirky and unique. it’s always refreshing to meet someone so different from your typical person. believe me, when Maca is around there’s never a dull moment. ever! i like that she can be silly, but at the same time serious and caring about issues that matter. by the way, she makes movies! how cool is that?!
say hello to Macarena and enjoy her happy list! :)
10 things that make macarena happy:
1. Singing Fish
2. Vaporwave and A E S T H E T I C
3. Making movies
4. Sleepover chats with friends
5. Traveling with friends
6. One Piece (and anime in general)
7. Filthy Frank
8. Spending the day with my boyfriend
9. Road trips!
10. Singing by myself
Thank you so much for your list Maca! And thanks for stopping by friends :)!
If you would like to share a happy list – just for fun or to cheer yourself and others up– shoot me an email and i’ll share them here.
Have a very nice day! :)
Photos from around the web, sent by Maca.
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just wanted to quickly stop by and show you my shop since kind of proud of it.
and say to hi. so, hi! hope you’re well! and i hope you had a marvelous weekend!
i will see you very soon..
not that it is my birthday today, but I recently found a memory card I had lost, so I recuperated lots of images and they included these from april. I am so glad I found them. it was one of the first times I was trying out the canon 6d with the 50 mm lens. I’m in love! I didn’t even edit these photos since I got so excited finding them.
Nothing like family + pancakes for a good day!
I know it looks like such a typical American breakfast, but I’m Mexican, so we don’t usually have that. If I’m gonna get spoiled like that, mind as well be for my birthday, right?
anyway friends, I hope you’re having a really good day!
p.s: I’m so hungry and those photos are making it worse!
p.s.s: I loved capturing my family in such a candid and warm way. such a shame my sisters were at school and couldn’t join us.
p.s.s.s: (<- one too many?) but I’m about to get two new cameras on the mail for my collection! so exciting!!