For my tenth day in Italy I awoke early to catch a train, I was going on a day trip from Firenze to the nearby city of Prato. What I was soon to learn that not only had I gone far too early in the day but that I had also gone on the wrong day, a Monday, when half of the place was closed.
Welcome to part five of my diary of my trip around Italy back in November last year, all of the images here are taken with my Olympus OM-1 on Fuji Superia 200. This entry covers days five and six (because I didn’t actually shoot any colour 35mm film on day five).
Welcome to the second part of my diary from my travels around Italy last November. As before all images below are taken with my Olympus OM-1 and are on either Fuji Superia 200 or Agfa Vista 200 colour film.
Buona Sera followers, friends and casual readers/viewers alike, as you may have noticed from the last week or so of lack of updates to this site I am not currently in the UK. Although if you saw my post from yesterday where I said that I wasn’t currently in the UK then you probably already know.
I am at present sat in a very nice, if slightly small, Airbnb in Lucca, Italy, having just finished my first week of travelling around this beautiful country with the dual aim of seeing places I have always wanted to see and shooting a million rolls of film at the same time. So far, so good.
I thought that I’d post up a quick update style post this evening though just so nobody thinks I’ve gone completely off the radar, and as tomorrow I will be off to my favourite city on the planet, Florence, for the next week, it seemed fitting to share an image I took the last time I was there. I’m aiming to recreate this on medium format and hopefully a much better exposure.
Olympus OM1, FujiColor C200.