Florida Film: Part One.

I am back from my trip.  I had a great time.  I shot a lot of film.  I didnt even break out the digital.

Im pretty busy today, settling back in and unpacking.  But I wanted to share a few of the photos.

I am pretty happy with how most of them turned out.  I told myself that if I shot film on this trip, I would only shoot film, and that I would share every single picture afterwards.

So Ill be back here tomorrow to share some more. Stick around.


27 thoughts on “Florida Film: Part One.

  1. Love these!
    It’s funny, after shooting only film for a couple of years, I wanna shoot digital-wanna trade cameras?
    No but you are right-there’s just *something about* film, huh?

    These are totally gorgeous, I especially adore the shot of the apples.
    Looking forward to seeing the rest.

  2. Speaking of hats…do you have two of the same hat? Because I’m pretty certain I have that same hat in my possession?!? That’s odd.

    REALLY nice. Love the glimpses inside Nonie’s:)

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  4. I love the first photo, the apples, hanging pot plant by the pool and your self portrait. Can’t wait to see more! I love your shirt too… where could I get one for my husband online??

  5. I am not touching my digital for a while either, I am always packed with my film camera and a box of roll of films. Film is heaven.

    Your trip look so much fun. Love the hall way and the apples.

  6. Love love love this post….and I agree re: shooting film is just something that must be undertaken with a degree of seriousness.*L* I am enjoying film thus far, but still avoid taking shots “just because”..which I need to get out of.
    Love the new look of the blog too!

  7. beautiful photographs!! suddenly all i want to do is shoot film. 🙂 love that one of the apples and the top one of the sandwich/coffee.

  8. really fantastic. i need to break out some film. it’s sad that it’s been YEARS honestly, not since my europe trip in 04. and i’m not sure my old Pentax from 1986 is even still working, but it’s worth a go.

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