Monday, May 20, 2013
Last week, finally I took my films (some, very old ones) to the Lomography Shop in Spitafields Market to be developed. I mention them in what it would appear to be a sponsored post but it's not (I wish), just because I think the service it's been brilliant. The physical photos are yet to be send to my house but in the meantime they sent me a link with all my photos digitalised and ready to be downloaded to my computer or uploaded to my Lomo home. I think is awesome!
Anyway, let's start this rainy blue Monday with some memories from happier blues back in Los Roques this January.
Hope you all have a super nice week! x
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Cambrigde Heath Rail Station, East London.
Being dickheads in London Fields.
Jhalmuri Express. Vyner Street, Gallery Night.
A lovely little alley close to my house.
Blue hour at Clissold Park.
And so the ice cream season begins!
Gallery 12, Vyner Street, Gallery Night.
I've been super busy... can you tell? Only one post in April. Standing boo for me. I'll try to bring me back here again. Let's start by posting some miscellaneous photos of this May so far :)
To listen I share with you this lovely playlist made by Mr. P3P510.
Sunday, April 7, 2013
Photos from one sunny afternoon in the park El Retiro that included a funny mini trip on the boats with my wonderful friend Susie Lomovitz who snapped some cool analogue photos with her Olympus Pen EE-2. Looking forward to see those and to share it with you.
There's a funny Vine video of the boat that you can see here (I still don't know how to share/watch Vine videos outside Vine, so the link won't get you straight to the video, look for the one tagged #retiro).
Happy Sunday! :)
Sunday, March 31, 2013
Madrid me mata
Incidental and intense poetry for Easter Sunday.
Thursday, March 28, 2013
I was in holidays in Madrid. Before traveling I didn't get the chance of creating any expectations, there was no time. One day I was finishing my spring term and hours later I was already flying there.
Madrid surprised me and made me love it wholeheartedly almost immediately. Madrid's sky is deep blue, a blue I've never seen before in other skies. In Madrid is customary to dress your children alike to have a walk on Sundays. In Madrid groups of old ladies walk on the streets holding each others arms like little girls in school. Every street in Madrid is full of wonderful places to eat and drink. There's thousand of places and each and everyone looks welcoming. It would be tough for me to be thin and not become an alcoholic in Madrid. And the most important thing, Madrid is full of nice people, in this case: my friends. Being there felt like being home. Nothing can beat that sensation.
So, to compensate for the long long long time without posting anything in my beloved but forgotten blog, I will proceed to overload you with photos from Madrid. Hope you like them and have a nice Easter holiday! x
Monday, February 18, 2013
It was a sunny weekend. Perfect to help me recover from a very horrible flu and a very emotionally exhausting week. I loved the blue skies, the fresh air, the French hippies in Broadway Market, going to the movies in the Hackney Picturehouse, and seeing a lot of my friends, specially my lovely Lorena that helped me with my outdoors homework.
I'm still sick and now sleepy, so I don't know if what I wrote make sense but I didn't want to abandon the blog again. Anyway. I'm going to stop writing... right... now.