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The end of July


I still cannot wrap my head around the fact that we are well into the second half of 2014. It continues to surprise me, even dismay me sometimes. If I learn to move along with time, would I stop feeling like I am running out of it?

The month of August will be dedicated to the 2014 edition of the August Break. I’ve scheduled most of the posts, and I’m really looking forward to using the extra time to do more of the other things I enjoy.  See you on instagram in the meanwhile.


Hello from South Korea.


By the time this post surfaces on the blogosphere, we should have landed in Seoul and hopped onto the KTX to Suncheon in the southern part of South Korea.

If you have been following this blog, you would remember, vaguely at least, that I was in South Korea not too long ago. Late autumn to be precise, when everything was golden and red, beautiful and poetic. I left the country happy to have gone up Mount Seorak, but otherwise very dissatisfied at seeing so little. On the plane home, I wrote a list of things for my next vacation.

This time, we’ll be going down south, and to Jeju-do. It’s spring, and I am anticipating good weather (think sun, blue skies, flowers).

This space will continue to be filled with goodness (haha) from my archives of photos, but all updates on my current vacation will be posted on Instagram (@_ev3lynn) for now. Do say hello there 🙂

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Pictures taken at Namiseon

South Korea on the Nikkormat Ftn


Even though I brought along two cameras, the Canon A1 and Nikkormat Ftn, on my South Korea trip (and bought a backpack just to carry them), I only took 1 and a half rolls with the latter. Still, the camera gave me a couple of my favourite pictures from the trip.

Here, the Nikkormat is paired with the Agfavista 400, and together, they produce these muted reds, greens, and yellows.







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CHUNCHEON | Namiseom 남이섬 – Part 10


And the series ends with this post, a little documentation of us on the way to Namiseom. The first 3 pictures were taken with the Canon A1/ Ektar 100 film and the last with the Nikkormat ftn/ Agfavista 400 film – which is the combination of camera and film for the entire series. I hope you’ve enjoyed it!

The full series can be viewed here.