Single Frame: Sitting in the Sunshine

Blogging and photography have always been weaved together as a process for me - especially as I started blogging before I took photos with film again. So I think subconsciously, I always took a group of photos together to tell a story, to bring them together here to share with you guys in a collective way that conveyed my whole experience.

However, this year, that has shifted away - and inspired by Jim (I'm going to keep mentioning until you all click through and enjoy Jim's blog as much as I do haha) and his single frame series, I've started sharing my single frames here and thoroughly enjoying stand alone photos for the experience that they are. 


Gosh I wish I was sitting in the sunshine like this now too! The weather here is cold and although I love winter photos too - I sure do miss the warm sunshine on my skin. 

Camera: Canon EOS 750
Film: Agfa Vista 200
Location: Norwich Cathedral, Norwich

Playing tourist...

Although I spent many years living in Norwich, its been nearly ten years now since I lived there full time (time really flies!) so every time we have a spare couple of hours to hang out in Norwich with no real plans, we always enjoy playing tourist and visiting areas we've either never been to, or somewhere that we haven't been for a while. And of course I take photos too!


Although I only took one photo of the pub sign, I particularly enjoyed our visit to the Adam and Eve pub as my sister discovered a few years ago that we are descendants of the smuggling landlady Elizabeth who ran the pub in the mid 1900's - I'm kind of amazed I've never been before to be honest, but it was fun to visit for sure.

Camera: Canon EOS 750
Film; Lomo 400 CN
Location: Norwich, England