Here are a few more from my visit to the Portland Japanese Gardens in June. I took these while resting on the bench, starting at the tranquil water. We (the group of pinhole photographers I was with) had a nice conversation with some curious onlookers.
Somehow blogging has fallen off of my radar and I haven’t posted in a few weeks. It’s kind of crazy how time can get away from you. I have missed my blog, so this is an attempt to get back into the habit.
I’ve been shooting quite a lot this Summer, and I have results to post! Here are a pair of photos from the Portland Japanese Garden in June on a pinhole meetup with some SCOPES friends.
Where we stayedPhotography
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.
Pinhole shots in pubs, NorwichTravel and Other Adventures
Plantation Garden, Norwich UKPhotography, 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:
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.