early film work

As I was digging through my archives recently (trying to organize my files), I ran across these images that I took at a friend's home.  I loved how she had her tea set displayed near the window.

This is some of my early film work - when I wasn't quite sure of my camera settings, light, film, etc.  I had just started experimenting with my Pentax K1000.  I am reminded of how far I have come.  How I can pick up that camera now and be confident that I will get the shot I want.  I love how images take you right back to that very moment.  I remember exactly what I was thinking and feeling in this very moment.

Unfortunately, I don't remember which film I used for these shots.....

what makes a house a home

undefinedundefinedundefinedundefinedundefinedundefinedundefined Film. Kodak Ektar 100 I've been thinking a lot about that lately.... what makes a house a home.  Is it family? love? traditions? food?  All I know is that each one of these images captures "home" for me.

As I prepare my family for yet another move, I'd love your thoughts on this!

I'll be away from this space next week, happily enjoying some time offline.

See you soon ~

a time for tea, continued.

As promised, I wanted to share with you my film images of our tea date last weekend.  It was cold and rainy outside, and I feel these captures reflect the warmth and coziness we shared inside.   In a way, film does that for me - captures the moment exactly how I remember it.

And let me assure you, there is nothing cuter than watching little girls enjoy their tea!