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analogue stories . March on film

It’s mid-April and today a lot of people ran through Brighton. I was marathon day and I didn’t even go watch. Shame on me! I know a number of people who ran though and I love seeing their smiley faces and medals all over social media.
Meanwhile I spent my Sunday editing photos and sipping oat milk lattes.

A few days ago I got my March film scans back and before seeing the scans, I honestly forgot what I’ve taken photos of last month. But so far my monthly film photography project is going well.
Firstly, my friend Sharon came to visit from Seattle. I took her to Seven Sisters and we drove around Ireland for a few days. She was only here for a week but I feel like we’ve seen a lot in those few days. Good times.

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Next up was a trip to Milan with my friends Kathrin and Petra. A short city break with sunshine.

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And finally I got to spend a whole week on London for a Creative Direction course at UAL. I stayed in an airbnb near Kings Cross and lived the fabulous (and shockingly expensive) London city life.

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While I was in London, I accidentally dropped my Olympus mju-II on concrete. It still worked after but I was worried I broke something internally. With a film loaded, I obviously couldn’t just open it and check so I had to wait until I got my scans back to find out if something was wrong. Much to my surprise, the camera worked just as well as before the fall – I’m really impressed!

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