Monday, April 25, 2011

last days of summer #2







the second half of the last days of summer series from coogee beach. how's everyone doing with the long weekend? happy easter!

*camera: diana mini, film: kodak colorplus 200*



replies:

@muchlove - thanks for your suggestions! i'll email you tomorrow about melbourne :)

@floddertje - my pleasure lovely, and i took out that last photo that wasn't yours, woopsie! thanks for letting me know.

@hearttypat - thank you, i'm sure i will :)

13 comments:

  1. That water is beautiful! Great pics!

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  2. Whoa. So fresh n´ so clean, clean!

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  3. Hey! I really like your lomos! They´re beautiful. I was just wondering where you can buy Diana mini cameras in Sydney? I am here on a holiday and going home to Europe on wednesday...but I really want one camera! :) Do you know where?

    Love you´r lomos<3

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  4. i wish the weekends could be a bit more longer for me! i know some where else in the world, people are still enjoying their long easter weekend! But not for us, we're back to work today! :-(

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  5. these are great photos!!!!
    happy easter :-)

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  6. wow what gorgeous photo of Coogee!!!! i live in Coogee this is awesome. if you sell this in print i'd most definitely buy it.

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  7. So pretty. 3 more shots left on my fisheye!

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  8. I love these photos! Your blog is gorgeous.

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  9. I just found your blog via daydream lily. Love your photography. I love playing around with my camera too but I'm just amateur ... From your newest follower :)

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  10. Happy Easter too! I always love your photographs :)

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  11. These are making me so excited for the upcoming summer!

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  12. you are such a natural at this, what beautiful breezy images.

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  13. Beautiful pics! The water is so clear, very refreshing! I am your new follower. Please check out my blog too.

    http://acinorevslife.blogspot.com

    Hugs,
    Veronica

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