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~ Paul Oakenfold - Dark Machine
Thank you Sunny for such a beautiful & moving testimonial, it really touched me & made me smile *hugs*. If any of you are unfamiliar of her work then you must check out her fabulous stream.
I was MIA cause I had somethings important to sort out which mean a lot to me, I just hope everything works out well & stay that way.
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as if everything that exists,
aromas, light, metals,
were little boats that sail
toward those isles of yours that wait for me
~ George Washington Carver
Last night I watched The Wedding Singer for the first time, I dont know why it took me so long to watch this sweet movie. Totally loved it! might watch it again sometime soon =D If you haven't seen it, do check it out soon. The song below is from the same flick, loved it! =)
These are buds of these flowers
Explore #76 - Thank you everyone for your visits & comments
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♥ Happy Bokeh Wednesday ♥
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Man... I *love* these shots! I find it even sweeter that this was the last shot of the roll. Something terribly romantic about that fact ;)
My feet look silly though. I don't know why I love to take shots of shoes. Pretty silly indeed.
PS: More collab madness coming up! Two more series with two of Flickr's finest fellas!
My second upload from the second "trifecta"/ triples swap I did with Toby Mason and Hodaka Yamamoto.
By using a splitzer to expose half of a frame, Toby (fotobes) shot a tunnel in London and Hodaka (hodachrome) shot a castle in Nagoya, Japan. Then I shot a full frame of my friend Noe in Joshua Tree NP.
We all used the LC-A+ camera and Lomo XPro Chrome 100 film.
Also from this swap:
Another double. Both shots showing Nick and Cath on Mayhill throwing the Nerf toy.
More snow here today but it's not settling.
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this has been seen on Explore... and
was featured in the Philippine Daily Inquirer as one of the photos
for their article on Lomography. woot!
Expired Velvia 100 film shot with a Diana F+ and developed in Black and White chemicals.