My photoswap photos from our holiday

I've been really unorganised with the photoswap this year and a lot of people taking part have also been really busy, so its been coming along slowly... I don't really mind to much, as its not an urgent project and its the sharing of photos process that I enjoy the best rather than the speed of it.

I used my holga camera, as I haven't used it for a while and I sent my film to Dianna to get developed and I'm really thrilled with the results, I love how soft they look.

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I'm also really thrilled that the photo of the goats head around its shed worked out, it was only there for a minute and I thought I'd missed it.

These photos are also making me excited about our holidays this year, hurray!

Camera: Holga 135bc Film: Lomography CN400 Location: Whitby, Yorkshire

Much love Monday in Whitby

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I wasn't that blown away originally by this roll of film. I think it's too easy to compare colour negative film with cross processed slide films sometimes but now I'm quite keen on the muted colours and subtle contrasts, they seem suit my memory of Whitby so much better.

I'm know Anna doesn't do her Much Love Monday posts any more, but with the lovely heart that is in one of these photos (did you see it?) I couldn't resist.

Location: Whitby, England. Film: Lomograpy Colour Negative 400 Camera: Refurb LC-A

p.s. It's December! I added snow to my blog. It's silly I know, but I don't care, our Christmas tree is up, my Christmas desktop background is in place and I am ready to get festive, woohoo!