Posts Tagged ‘cross-processed’

Kara Hizon: Laoag Wet Market

“I never thought I would be trigger happy during this trip because I don’t particularly like taking pictures of busy streets. Little did I know that I would instantly fall in love with the wet market, the city scene, the old Spanish buildings, mansions and pretty much everything that depicts this beautiful city!” http://www.lomography.com/magazine/locations/2010/08/19/the-city-of-clear-blue-skies-laoag-ilocos-norte Camera:

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Kara Hizon: Alaminos

For that day, we owned one private, beautiful island. It was probably the most beautiful beach I have ever been to. Indeed, it’s an island, but a really small one. It’s sand was white but it wasn’t the finest. It’s water was clear but it wasn’t the bluest.. But what made the difference was, that

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Kara Hizon: Paoay Church

  Church of Paoay, Ilocos Norte Fuji 64T RPT II 35mm, expired, cross-processed. Holga 135 BC

Sunflower Power

Jun 23, 2010

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Kara Hizon: Sunflowers in UP

I have a growing attachment to sunflowers since I saw a giant one in Sonia’s Garden, Tagaytay! One time we were jogging in UP Diliman, I had to bring my camera with me to take pretty pictures of this flower. Last week, we jogged again, and the flowers were gone! T_T Olympues Pen EE 3

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The Pumpkin Truck

Jun 11, 2010

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Outside of Mt Zion National Park, Utah Diana F+ Glow in the Dark, Kodak Ektachrome E200, expired, cross-processed.

STOP!

Jun 9, 2010

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So many things to do today…. For work, for Lomo Loco, for the house and for Landmark Education. But one thing I must not forget: That is to stop and to smell the flowers. :3 I notice that every time I just take a step back and appreciate what I am doing, I get to

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