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vietnam #3: diana mini

11:32 PM

i've taken a lot of photos with diana mini during my trip in vietnam with jo. how could i not, it's so so cheap to get the films developed in hanoi - less than AUD$5 per roll! not all of them turned out good obviously, but here are some of my favourite shots that are quite ok.


halong bay


ladies from sapa villages


fog and rain at sapa mountains. i wore the most attractive poncho ever (not).


old buildings at sapa town


ochao tea house, one of the cutest places in hanoi.

a lomo lesson from the trip: diana mini is probably not the best camera to capture the fog. none of the foggy shots turned out as what i wanted them to be...

camera: diana mini / film: efiniti uxi 200 / more photos on my flickr


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@somekindofstyle @sundari: i love stamps too! but trying not to buy too many of them..

@monica: i think it's adorable that you created clipart alphabet for your girl yourself, much more special than buying!

@make it easy: i LOVE muji!! i wish we have muji in australia :( 

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13 comments

  1. The top photo is incredible. Beautiful and kind of eerie.

    I've loved your Vietnam posts - I'm heading there in February and know shamefully very little of the country. Your posts have been a great help. Keep 'em coming!

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  2. Beautiful photos. Great to see terrific work still being done with film.

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  3. Those are not ok, they're are beautiful! Especially the first one.

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  4. Hello Laura,
    I discover your blog and I like it! Your photos are beautiful... :)

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  5. I've had your site bookmarked for some time, but not sure if I've ever posted. I was in Vietnam over the summer so I really enjoyed seeing your shots here :D they turned out great!

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  6. these are so beautiful. i absolutely love the randomness of film-- you've got me inspired for my upcoming overseas trip :)

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  7. I love the pictures Laura and the first one is stunning. Did you do doudle exposure ?

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  8. That first image is so, so lovely. I agree with the above commenter who said it's a little eerie.
    They're all lovely, to be honest, but the first one really grabs me.
    (p.s. I'm not sure I've ever commented on your blog before, but hello :) ).

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  9. Very beautiful images... Takes me back - maybe 6 years. You have captured it beautifully!

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  11. The first pic is terrific and usually I don't like double exposure. But this one works so perfectly.

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  12. These are wonderful! I especially love the fog and rain at sapa mountains shot!

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