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“I like this place and could willingly waste my time in it.” by Lisa Epp
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― William Shakespeare 16.366

Day 222/366 on Flickr.

I’ve posted a lot of flower photos lately, so here’s something else for a change. This is Jyväskylä city church. There are a few things I’m not happy with this image, such as halos and ghosting, but I can live with them. This image was made from 3 exposures using Nik’s HDR Efex Pro 2.

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Posed by John Lishamer

Mamiya RB67 Pro SD. 90mm f3.5. Fujifilm FP-3000B instant film.

So, I paid way too much, but I bought some Fuji FP-3000B instant B&W film. This is the first shot from that pack. I accidentally overexposed this shot by 4 stops but it still looks pretty good, I think. At roughly $2.50 per shot I am going to try not to make any more silly mistakes when using it, but I must say, I’m very impressed by this stuff. I wish Fuji would start making it again.

Photo by John Lishamer Photography (www.johnlishamer.com)

24.01.2016

This was maybe one of the prettiest neighborhoods in London. It was mainly inhabited by Japanese families and was right in between two metro stops from two different lines. Can’t imagine something better. Oh and yeah. The trees were all blossomed here for some reason… :)
After I took this picture I saw a little Japanese girl stopping to pull up her usagi stockings and asking her parents to wait for her. <3 Cuteness overload!
as for me…
春はまだ遠くて

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Lunch with Mom at Loveboat Sushi ^^ Afterwards I hung out at Sara’s house for awhile before going to Ryan’s place to celebrate his birthday~~~ His dad makes THE BEST KALBI EVER oh my goodness aaaahhh and his house is so amazingly perfect. MY DREAM HOUSE….!!!

04.02.2016

Today was Fat Thursday. So naturally we made 70 doughnuts and I won’t mention the number of how many I ate.
PS: For those who thought this is a joke: no I did not invent ‘Fat Thursday’ in order to feel better about eating a gazillion doughnuts. Fat Thursday is real! It was my duty! (ok??)