Tuesday, 16 May 2017

Europe on Film (Part II)

After a frightfully stressful week of exam study, I am done! Free! Until August, anyways. Now I have a few weeks in Edinburgh with no classes, to just explore and relax without thinking about academics. So, more posts about all of that coming soon.

In the meantime, here is part two of my Europe film series, as promised.

x B

Spring afternoon by the water in Bruges

Heavenly canals in Bruges

Bruges streets 

Monet's Garden, Giverny

Monet's House & Garden

Classic favourite, Shakespeare & Company bookstore

Parc Monceau

Au Vieux Paris d'Arcole -- the prettiest cafĂ© in Paris 


Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Europe on Film (Part I)

Earlier in my semester abroad, I found myself with a lot of time on my hands. Given that Edinburgh classes meet far less often, and most of the semester requires only a small amount of study (the rest is reserved for the mountainous final exams), I kept wondering what to do with all my extra time. I signed up for a gym membership and started swimming regularly, and had more time to go on long walks, which I love! But I also needed some more creativity in my life. So, I bought a little film camera, the Olympus Trip 35, and I adore it! It was relatively cheap, and I easily found film in town. I took my new little camera on my trip to Europe, and recently had my film developed! To save you from infinite scrolling, I've split this post in two, and the rest will be up later this week. For now, here are some film photos taken around Berlin and Copenhagen last month. I hope you like them!

x B

In transit @ Amsterdam Schipol Airport

Mauerpark Flea Market, Berlin

Mauerpark Flea Market, Berlin    


Mitte, Berlin 

Frederiksberg Gardens, Copenhagen 
Nyhavn, Copenhagen

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