What lovely evocative photos. "How do you earn a life going on behind closed windows?" says Carol Anne Duffy and this is that same sort of fleeting glimpse at what the film effect makes seem a more intense privacy.
how utterly gorgeous are these? you must be very chuffed.
These are indeed very, very lovely, so atmospheric. It's funny, as I blogged recently on the same subject-although the object of my affections is a vintage Yashica 35-ME. I too have now completely fallen back in love with film!
wow, they look so vintage. a Diana is toppermost on my birthday list and these photographs make me want one even more!
wooow....where can I get one? is she an expensive camera? :/
i have a roll in my holga- so scared to take it outdallashttp://dillydallas.blogspot.com
Thank you all so much for your lovely comments XI've wanted a Diana or Holga for ages, and found this one on good old e-Bay - for £20!!! Mine is one of the old 1960's ones, which is why I wasn't sure if anything would come out!Mise - that's a lovely quote, which poem is that from?Francesca - thanks, I am!!Suzie - thankyou - I will have to check-out your vintage camera :) Nath - you won't be dissapointed - I was SO excited when I picked up my film from the developers!!Roxy Marj - Lomography have reproduction Diana's for about £50, and they sell them now in Urban Outfitters! Personally, I love the second-hand bargain search!! Look out for Holgas too :)Dallas - take it out, take it out!!! :)
Thank-you Laura :)
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