attention to detail

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camera: Olympus OM-10 SLR, film: Lucky black and white film SHD 100

Hooray for long weekends!! Totally need and loving this 5 day weekend we're getting (in Australia). I started it off by having one the most relaxing (re: lazy) Fridays I've had in a long time. It feels so refreshing to sleep in and not worry about catching an early tram for a change! Tomorrow I'm making pancakes and then will be heading out with my camera, maybe to the beach.

How are you spending this long weekend? Are you going on a trip somewhere? Spending time with your family? Or just kicking back and enjoying a well-deserved break?

P.S. The winners for the vantiani postcards giveaway are #8 Bianca J, and #26 Zoe. Congratulations! I'll be in touch with you shortly.

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mnemonique said...

happy Easter and happy long weekend, I love them too :)
beautiful photos by the way

YUI said...

adorable pictures as always, Anna!!:)

xoxo
Yui

Diana said...

These are beautiful, Anna. Black and white adds so much drama to photos, doesn't it? Great shots

Sydney said...

Dear me I wish I had a long weekend! You enjoy yourself! And the pictures are lovely!

curious constellation said...

I'm just going to be taking it easy. I've got quite a bit of school work to get done before we go back so I haven't planned much.

PhotoPuddle said...

These shots are great. Lovely attention to detail. Happy Easter!

See Hear Say said...

love your detailed close up photos!
YAY long weekend!! i just emailed you!

Luchie said...

Love your black and white photos!

happy long weekend :)

patience said...

i had the exact same type of friday! and yet it never seems long enough...

Catherine Denton said...

Don't have a long weekend here, but what we have is going to be spent with family and friends.
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Gabbi said...

Gorgeous details dear Anna! Wishing you a lovely weekend also... day at the beach sounds amazing!

Emily, Resplendent Tranquility said...

You have a great eye for detail! The black and white film somehow makes the leaves appear more brittle... love that.