Where we stayed

Photography

I love going on vacation and seeing everything with beginner’s mind. Everything around me is fresh and new. I felt this way especially about the place we stayed in Norwich. This was the first time we stayed in an apartment on our travels, we usually go with a hotel. I’m totally sold on this and will forever book Air BnBs from now on. It was awesome to pretend like this beautiful little flat was my home for a week.

I decided to document our stay there with pinhole photos.

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An Inbetween Time. Terrapin Ace + Ektar 100 

 

Rest And Relaxation

Rest and relaxation. Reality So Subtle + Ektar 100

Where we cooked

Where we cooked. Terrapin Ace + Ektar 100. 

The Top Of The Stairs

The top of the stairs. Reality So Subtle + ektar 100

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Pinhole shots in pubs, Norwich

Travel and Other Adventures

I love shooting pinholes while eating meals or drinking in a pub. I never go out to pubs though unless it’s Pinholeday weekend.  So here are a few from when we were in Norwich!

Pub Chat

Brewdog, Norwich. Reality So Subtle 6×6 and Ektar 100.

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Bowling House, Norwich UK. Reality So Subtle 6×6 and Ektar 100. 

Ribs Of Beef Pub

Ribs Of Beef, Norwich, UK. Reality So Subtle 6×6 and Ektar 100.

One Last Punk IPA

Brewdog. Norwich, UK. Terrapin Ace and Ektar 100. 

Plantation Garden, Norwich UK

Photography, Travel and Other Adventures

The last day we were in Norwich we visited a really beautiful Victorian garden tucked away amidst the busy city. It was a really nice, relaxing place. The place is called The Plantation Garden and you can read all about it here.  I took some pictures there:

 Plantation Garden Norwich UK

Plantation Garden, UK

Plantation Garden, Norwich UK

Secret Garden

The color shots are pinhole and they were made with a Terrapin Ace and Ektar 100 film. The black and white shot was made with an Olympus XA and Tri-x.

Elm Hill, Norwich UK

Photography, Travel and Other Adventures

While we were in Norwich, our flat was near a really charming cobblestone lane that we walked on a lot to get from one place to another. It turns out that this is an historical place (but to be honest, what doesn’t have historical significance in Europe?). The place is called Elm Hill and I took a lot of photographs there. I watched a television documentary on Norwich that mentioned something important about the thatched roof building in a bunch of these photos, and I can’t for the life of me remember what that important thing was. And I can’t quickly Google it. But you can read about the history of it and the rest of Elm Hill here. 

 
Elm Hill 2

Elm Hill 1

Elm Hill

Elm Hill

Elm Hill
Incidentally, I had the best chat with the lady sitting on the bench in the Black and White photo. It turns out, she knew exactly where Portland, Oregon was because she had family living here. What are the odds?

Geeky Bits:

Cameras:
Reality So Subtle 6×6
Terrapin Ace
Olympus XA

film used:
Ektar 100
Tri-x

Pinholeday Part 1

Travel and Other Adventures

Pinholeday was a rainy ramble through the city of Norwich. It was a little cold but we didn’t let that stop us! Rain is a pinhole photographer’s friend. This day will be broken up into 3 different posts entirely based on the cameras I used. Today I will feature the Reality So Subtle 6×6 pinhole camera.

The day started at Norwich Castle and meandered along the River Wensum.

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We stopped for coffee along the way…

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The evening was capped by bowling and beer.

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