So today I got a film back that I finished a few weeks ago. Little did I know that the first photographs would go back seven months, to when I was still in Nepal. It’s funny, because as soon as I saw those photographs, I remembered the exact moments when I took them. That’s one of the great (and worst) things about 35mm photography. Comparatively, photographs take so much longer to take. A lot more effort goes into them, et voilà, better images all round.
So here are my favourites from the Nepal selection.
So. I decided to post this photo of my lovely friend Jos, after seeing this post (bet you can’t guess why…)- http://gracefarson.wordpress.com/2013/01/22/self-survey/
I love your blog, Grace!
To good old Nepal memories.
Potentially the best thing ever invented.
[photos taken in Lumbini, Nepal.]
Some snaps from the mehndi we got in Mahendrapul, Pokhara. Going to draw some pretty designs like this after Thursday’s exam… Ohhh Thursday’s exam, how you are currently ruining my life.
I clearly did something wrong to the only B/W film I took with me on my travels, but some of the photos are still lovely.
I got all my 35mm photographs back yesterday. It was the most exciting thing ever.
Today: work and study.
Here are some of my favourite snapshots of the children at Annapurna Home.
Some photos from the time I spent trekking the Annapurna Sanctuary route.