inside an old inn

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Camera: LC-A+, film: fujifilm 200 (top) and lomography 100 (bottom)
The inn I stayed at in Brisbane was very old (apparently it's over 120 years old and said to be the oldest surviving B&B in Brisbane) but so charming. I was quite in love with my room's floral curtains and doorknobs. Yes, I still need to work on focusing with my camera.

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*Vivika said...

so cute!

katsicles said...

Very sweet :)

Carys said...

These pictures are so pretty, what an adorable place!
From Carys of La Ville Inconnue

Sydney L. said...

the door knob even has floral on it.. lovely!

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Rhianne said...

gosh, you've already taken loads with your LC-A+ :)

how

Rhianne said...

how lovely is that inn too, wow!

ChYmEc!nDy** said...

So beautiful!

Gabbi said...

Sounds lovely and historic Anna! And I don't think you have to work on your focus at all... wonderful photos like always!

Magali said...

Looks like a charming inn. The LC-A can be a pain to focus, I always look at the distance between my camera & the subject & try to imagine an invisible scale. It helps! I also have a Lomo BLIK rangefinder attachment but I hardly use it! :)

Courtney said...

my house came with some floral doorknobs. old b&bs are so pretty. i always stay in a specific one in boston when i visit my brother. it's so quaint and pretty.

thea said...

love the doorknob!!

thea.
xx

spoonful

Charlotte. said...

the first photograph is beautiful!