Another selection of images taken from my friends’ stag weekend, last time around it was footgolf, this time it’s Rugby Sevens at Twickenham. As before all on Lomography Color 400 from an Olympus Trip.
My Good friend Michael got himself married on the weekend and I just so happened to get the images back from his stag weekend back at around the same time (they’re all perfectly tame so no worries about anything NSFW in here). All are shot on my Olympus Trip on Lomography Color 400 film.
First off we start with some Footgolf, a “sport” that eagerly awaits its inclusion in the Olympics.
Saw this little beauty on a visit to Hereford a while back, in it’s rightful colour of British Racing Green obviously.
Stumbled across these posters in a pub that used to be an old cinema.
Canon AE-1 Programme, 50mm, Lomography Color 400.
Images taken in Cornwall a few months ago on Lomo Color 400 film with an Olympus Trip.
The final day of our trip to Budapest and what finer way to spend it than by being crushed by thousands of bodies while you follow your girlfriend around a market inspecting the same souvenir baubles over and over again. Yes that’s what we did in the sort time we had left before we were picked up to go to the airport.
OK perhaps it wasn’t as dramatic or traumatic and experience as I’m making out, but lets just say the Old Market was heaving with people, locals and tourists alike, and is not an experience I would recommend to any agoraphobes. I bought myself some paprika because, well why not? It’s about the most Hungarian thing you can buy. I also bought a snazzy leather flat cap that made me look like a 1920’s revolutionary, sadly I resigned myself to not trying to take the telephone exchange for the revolution, maybe another time. (more…)
Some more images of my friends from Cornwall when I went to visit (one of whom is an excellent photographer you should check out Steven Prebble) taken on a selection of cameras as I had several rolls to finish. The following were used; Olympus OM-1, Olympus Trip, Olympus Auto Eye (yes I admit it, fanboy) and the film was either Lomography Color 400 or Agfas Vita Plus 200. Enjoy.