After what seems like a really long time, I’m finally posting my last installment of photos from our September trip to Europe. I’m super excited for the holidays this year and have been preparing for a while, so I haven’t had much time to dedicate to my blog. I’m a bit sad that I’ll be finished with these posts after today, but that just means I will have to spend more time shooting in the new year!
On a side note, Hunter bought me a Polaroid 300 series camera (one of the new ones) for Christmas, and it’s incredibly awesome, so I’m sure the next post will include some of those little guys. I’m already making a “wall of fame” in my living room with Polas of all of my friends, and I’ve shot three out of the four packs of film that I bought for it in three days! Considering they’re $10 a pack, I think I need to slow down a bit. But I’m having a ton of fun with it, and hopefully it will broaden my photography horizons and make me think differently in terms of composition.
And now, without further ado…
Mathieu getting ready to enjoy his lunch
I’m not usually into sour beers, but this one was exceptional.
The incredibly gorgeous Miroir d’Eau
This dog cracked me up!
Me and Hunter in front of the Place de la Bourse
The guy in the blue shirt must have been posing for me.
I could have shot photos here all day long.
The mist felt so good!
Hunter checking out the contraptions 🙂
An hilarious piece of graffiti
I’m sure Carine’s canelés were better 🙂