salmon & milk tea

Spanish ships and maps from the National Museum exhibit.

Ricoh 35 efl | Fujicolor c200 | 02.2014

National Museum with my mama.

So one Sunday last February, I dragged my mom into the National Museum. First because I was getting giggly about getting back into art since I’ve already finished school at the moment and second, because admission is free every Sunday. The Spolarium was there too but it didn’t develop well. I haven’t tried over exposure yet by this time so the dim lighting indoors produced these.

Ricoh 35 efl | Fujicolor c200 | 02.2014

We both didn’t know what this was called but thought it was pretty.
Ricoh 35 efl | Expired Kodakcolor 200 | 02.2014

We both didn’t know what this was called but thought it was pretty.

Ricoh 35 efl | Expired Kodakcolor 200 | 02.2014

I cannot stress how beautiful this sunset is. It turned red after developing even if I did not use a red scale film.
Ricoh 35 efl | Expired Kodakcolor 200 | 02.2014

I cannot stress how beautiful this sunset is. It turned red after developing even if I did not use a red scale film.

Ricoh 35 efl | Expired Kodakcolor 200 | 02.2014

My babies just arrived from the photolab last night. I’m a happy mommy! I’m still on the process of getting used to shooting in film though and so far, I love the feeling of finishing an entire roll and the excitement it brings to me while waiting for it to get developed. 

On another note, I finally had a longer-than-usual break from work. Yipee! I got to make these 4 days count so tomorrow we’re scheduled to have a road trip with Paul’s family. The next three days I’m planning to read some books, watch movies from home and probably do some baking and or cooking with my sisters too. I hope you guys have your long weekends planned already. 

Ricoh 35 efl | Expired Kodakcolor 200 | 02.2014

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“Be with someone who you don’t have to hide from, in any way. Whether it’s your morning face before you’ve put your make up on, an embarrassing story to tell about something that happened on your way home, or an ambition you’ve had since you were six… make sure you end up with someone who knows all of it and still loves you. A person you can tell your whole life to is a person worth spending a life with.”
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