Finally! My film finally got developed and I’m very satisfied at how most of them turned out. I, of course, have loads and loads of room to improve but so far, I’m having lots of fun taking pictures. I used a couple of different types of film for these pictures but am not sure which film goes with which picture. All pictures in the post are unedited.
Warning: Lots of pictures
California: Springfield & Santa Monica
Back in April, I went to California and only just developed my last roll of film from that trip.
The Springfield pictures are from when we went to Universal Studios–which I enjoyed much more than Disneyland. Southern California is very pretty but I remember my skin hating the weather.
We also went to Santa Monica. The weather was kind of cloudy but still enjoyable! The only downside to the Santa Monica visit was that we saw a seal on the shore and people were touching the seal and taking pictures with it. I thought it was really, really disrespectful and I was kind of worried about the seal afterwards :/ It was just sort of laying there? I regretted not doing anything about it when I saw that happening.
Edmonds, Ocean Shores & Meadowdale
Edmonds is a neighborhood that my mom works in. I went with her one day to spend the day at the library (they have a really nice library).
I also walked Meadowdale with my sister and mom. Meadowdale is a short 2-mile trail. They have a nice beach at the end of 1-mile and a cute little free library.
And then here are a couple of Ocean Shore pictures! A couple months ago, I blogged about going there with my family. Sadly, I forgot to change my battery so my light meter wasn’t working. I ended up guessing on everything and surprisingly a couple pictures turned out okay!
University of Washington
I also took a few pictures of the UW (where I go to grad school). The graffiti is actually from an art supply store I like going to, near the university.
Look a bunny! It’s so cute and round!
Lime Kiln Trail
Washington has a lot of great hikes. I really wanted to do one during the summer, so my sister, our dog and I went to Lime Kiln Trail. I think it was about 7 miles? After walking the hike, I remembered why we don’t do them often, haha. The view was nice but I hated the walk back
And that’s it! Thanks for reading!