It was a lovely Summer - December 2007.
I've received this little plastic camera for my birthday, her name is Diana+. This is the first roll of film I took with her.
Not long after that I've realised I fell in love with lomography.
Her plastic shell, the unpredictable exposure and soft colours are some of the reasons why I love my Diana+. But the films and printing fees cost me so much that it hurts when many experimental photos went wrong, like completely white/black-out. So after my first 10 rows of film, I realised I've only got two options left for me if I wanted to continue my Diana+ journey - either I become a millionaire or Diana+ goes digital.
I didn't say I would never become a millionaire, but the chances of becoming one in a short period of time is less than NASA finding life in Mars. So I have only one option left, Diana has to go digital!
Fortunately, she did.
A few weeks ago, Rachel bought me a convertor for my cannon camera so I can attach my Diana+ lens to it and film as many photos as I want for free! Yay!
As Valentine's Day is approaching, I've become so very occupied with 'love' - my love, that is. This year I've decided to do something for everyone on my 'loved ones' list.
I know I'm a very lucky girl, living in this world with parents & brother who love me unconditionally; real friends who are true to my heart and a boyfriend who adores me.
I cannot not do something to remind them how grateful I am!
7 more days to go...