Just in between the two last posts – my cousin’s wedding and the opening party of my sister’s hairdressers salon – I’ve been travelling around a bit, as I was on holidays. Nothing fancy though, been to Graz (Styria) to see an exhibition and Bregenz to see my family.
A few frames taken still in Vienna.
Two baby buggies. One of 7 pictures that are part of the 7 Clicks Project (my pictures will be featured in the 2nd week of September).
Again taken for 7 Clicks.
In the zoo – like twins.
Watching the orang utans.
On the train to Graz. In the compartment next to ours some children were pretty bored and started jumping around on the seats, then they peeked through the window and I took this frame. When he saw me taking the picture he came over to me and asked if he was gonna be in the newspaper then… Funny!
Nice shadows in the hotel room just when I woke up.
Old lady having a coffee on her own in the morning – 7 Clicks.
In a cafe in the afternoon, camera was on the table and I tried to get a picture. Ended up a bit too dark…
Empty cups of coffee just before we left Graz (7 Clicks).
Next stop Bregenz. Took this frame from the top of the galleries of the Festspielhaus. Also did one version without people crossing the square, but it didn’t really work out – liked this version better.
At the waterfront of the Lake of Constance. Very silly pedal boat! People seemed to like it, saw it out on the lake quite a few times (7 Clicks).
Relaxing with a view on the lake (7 Clicks).
Had a “family only” afternoon in my sister’s shop, she took care of our hairstyles. Makes you feel like a celebrity somehow, as the shop was closed for everyone else apart from us.
Discussing possible new looks – prosecco is good for inspiriation!
Me with a stylish aluminium foil look (picture taken by my brother – he thought I looked funny enough to have a picture taken hehe).
My brother’s turn.
Next day – right when we left the motorway the car was behaving strangely, turned out we had a flat tyre. Dad wasn’t very happy about this, as you can imagine… As he and my brother took care of the punctured tyre there was nothing left to do for me, so I took a few pictures.
My brother pretending that he could squeeze flat the tyre with one hand…
Turns out he was just pretending!
So, that’s it – holidays are over, we’ll see when there’s time for the next entry – but I think it won’t take too long!
Film – Agfa APX 100