we were finders, we were keepers

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Camera: compact 35mm point and shoot; Film: Kodak Colorplus 200

I just got 2 rolls of film developed (yay!), so expect lots more film photo posts on the blog in the coming days/ weeks. These were taken during the Finders Keepers market weekend at Docklands. Unfortunately I messed up a part of the the film roll (again..), so although there were some interesting colours and double exposures that resulted due to this mistake, there were also some photos from that day that were ruined. Oh well, you win some, you lose some.

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Brooke said...

These are really cool pictures though! I love the balloon one!

Isadora Filković said...

The third and the fourth shots are so adorable :)


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everygoodandperfect said...

Great shots!! Love the one with the balloons.
I actually LOVE doing double exposures both on purpose and on accident with my superheadz slim camera. It's SO fun to see what interesting layers and combinations come out of it.

Marinka said...

Those are really sweet pictures I love the one with the doe

soph (owl vs. dove) said...

Ahh I guess that's the luck of the draw hey? These are still wonderful shots. I really really want to start playing around with double exposures more, but all the ones I do on purpose turn out lame, and I don't do enough accidental ones (too much in the habit of winding on straight after a shot). Dilemma. haha

Miss Gable said...

Pity some didn't turn out, but what did looks great (I'm a fan of the balloons one too)! ^__^

Kellie W. said...

Wow, the double exposures turned out beautifulyl! Shame that some of the film was ruined, but at least these look amazing!

Kate said...

These are neat! The mini balloons are very cute.
xx

Cherie said...

Beautiful shots epitomising Finders Keepers for me ... love them ;)

Casee Marie said...

Pretty! I'm sorry some of them got messed up, but these turned out delightfully.

P.S. I have to apologize because I only just posted feedback on my lovely Eiffel Tower necklace from your Etsy shop. I got it all the way back in August, but it was my first Etsy purchase and I didn't know about the feedback detail. I just signed back in to Etsy the other day and saw the notification that I hadn't left feedback. So I'm terribly sorry it was delayed, and I hope you know that I completely love the necklace! xo

Oh and also (haha, sorry, longest comment ever) you're reading The Man with the Dancing Eyes! That's one of my favorite books, Sophie Dahl is such a treasure.

Gracie said...

These ones turned out really well! I love the dreamy quality. And that deer card. Cute!

Mariella said...

They are beautiful, I like all of them. actually

Missy said...

I love all the picture but my #1 is the bollon one. :-)

Peace
Missy

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Answer My Dream said...

I am so jealous of you, I'd love to go to the Finders Keepers markets, they sound absolutely amazing. I'm going to try and go sometime through next year. Beautiful shots!

See Hear Say said...

are those mini balloons lollies that you're holding? super cute! oh you just remind me, my sister is in indo i need to get her lots of film rolls - it's heaps cheaper there right? i haven't been back for a while i forgot how much they cost back home!

curious constellation said...

Those miniature balloons are so cute!

gabrielle said...

wow these are beautiful!!!!

-gabrielle

Anna said...

dang, girl. these are beautiful.

xo-

Charlotte. said...

these are lovely! i especially like the one with the deer postcard.

somewhat nameless said...

Oh I absolutely love, love, love these. So pretty. ♥

Dj said...

very beautiful! I love the effects of the camera, i can't wait until i become a photographer, your pics are very preety and inspiring (:

Pearl said...

Beautiful photos!

Beautiful Blog!
I'm in ♥

Pearl

Rachelous said...

What lovely pictures! I love double exposures, the results can be quite strange, which is all the fun or it. I love not knowing how they'll turn out until you get it developed. Pretty shots anyway xx

Emily, Resplendent Tranquility said...

At least these few photos came out, right? Each one is so lovely I don't know where to begin :)

Thanks for sharing them, Anna!

Missa said...

The second to last one with the tiny balloons was definitely a WIN! Beautiful :)

Katyha said...

The photos that did turn out look wonderful