disposable: july – august 2015

10.07.2015 G creates an amazing picnic and takes me to Castle Acre

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18.07.2015 G and I take the Mid-Norfolk Railway to Wymondham

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24-30.07.2015 Norfolk County Youth Orchestra’s tour to Wernigerode in Germany

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15.08.2015 Mum and I tour ruined churches on the north Norfolk coast

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18-22.08.2015 G and I spend a weekend camping and kayaking in Suffolk

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29.08.2015 A walk with Basil on Knettishall Heath

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6 Comments

    • Lucy Furneaux
      15/06/2016 / 6:01 pm

      Hi Emma – thanks so much! I don’t take disposables as much as I used to nowadays but picking up a new set of developed shots is always a little bit special.
      Lx

  1. 07/01/2016 / 11:14 am

    These are all just so stunning! I love the look of film photography, it’s so warm and beautiful. I’m hoping to use film more in 2016 and this has definitely motivated me 🙂

    Sophie | http://www.dreamsandcolourschemes.com

    • Lucy Furneaux
      07/01/2016 / 2:50 pm

      Hi Sophie, thank you so much for your comment! I feel like film photographs add a sense of immediacy to a picture which digital images just don’t have. If you want more inspiration, take a look at my sister’s blog here – http://www.rosajoy.com/film-diary/. I’m looking forward to seeing your photos in the coming weeks and months!
      L x

  2. 30/12/2015 / 11:47 am

    Hi Lucy. Great shots, and even better memories. I hope that you are still enjoying York, and that you haven’t been flooded! (I expect you are home for the holidays though…)
    Have a great 2016.
    Best wishes as always, Pete. x

    • Lucy Furneaux
      07/01/2016 / 2:46 pm

      Yes – it was bizarre to watch all the footage back home of places I have come to know so well. Some students have been flooded – at the beginning of term we had one staying in our house as he had nowhere to live! On the other hand it’s useful for us to know which student streets are more prone to the flooding, for when we start to look for private accommodation for next year.
      Happy (belated) New Year! L

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