Sunny Days (Analogue)

As mentioned in my previous post, I recently developed some FujiFilm Superia 200 ISO. Here’s the results in some landscape photos!

AREKU Analogue Photography Cosina CT1A FujiFilm Superia 200 ISO

AREKU Analogue Photography Cosina CT1A FujiFilm Superia 200 ISO

AREKU Analogue Photography Cosina CT1A FujiFilm Superia 200 ISO

AREKU Analogue Photography Cosina CT1A FujiFilm Superia 200 ISO-5

AREKU Analogue Photography Cosina CT1A FujiFilm Superia 200 ISO

AREKU Analogue Photography Cosina CT1A FujiFilm Superia 200 ISO

AREKU Analogue Photography Cosina CT1A FujiFilm Superia 200 ISO

AREKU Analogue Photography Cosina CT1A FujiFilm Superia 200 ISO

For more of my analogue photos shot on 135 film, check out this post: http://areku.org/blog/through-snow-and-mist-analogue/

 

2 Responses to “Sunny Days (Analogue)

  • Sweetheart,

    I can’t keep up with all this beauty. I love it!

    That green colour in the first one. It looks like someone arriving at a scene holding something. Not sure if it’s a bag or an umbrella but I am sure it’s on the greener side. A hearty welcome. A long awaited arrival. It’s so warm!
    I’m probably going mad but when I think of an umbrella I get a Mary Poppins feel. You’re certainly supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. Definitely to be spoken to your girl one night.

    The second one is perplexing. The same awaited welcome in my mind. Such excited happiness in the background. Beautiful and painful. The arrival.

    Let me rock you in my arms, fragile baby. Aww, what a cuuuute scene! Especially with those clouds coming together in the background and the embrace from behind. I really wish to see and feel this. All your trees are so special to me.

    Oh the fourth little spider. Is it fight or play? I’ve had scenes of playing with child in my mind lately. It makes life more enjoyable. That way of thinking makes it sugary and eases the grind. Yes, I have seen Mary Poppins way too many times. I think it has coloured my goals. I kind of wish for the man in my life to feel as happy and lucky as the chimney sweeps.

    And the ever watchful Kitty. That light so playfully shining on her fur. She is of course on top. Where else would she be? She seems very happy with her prize. Why wouldn’t she be? When the seed has been so carefully planted.

    A gratifying result. In the light of day for sunny is with you.

    At the end of the road, almost. That image did give me sweet dreams. Reminds me of the roads I used to walk when I couldn’t sleep, daydreaming at midnight about a life that seemed so far from reality then that I had no idea how to even begin achieving it. Wondering what it would feel like to be truly wanted. How it is to belong. Dreaming up a completely idealistic image of a calmer life inside another home. I found that to be such positive imaging and one of few things that really soothed my anxiety.

    As life lies open around the curve.

    With such motion you touch her naked thoughts. Made your mark with soft caring. A deep cut. Then dress her in new born.

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