A little clone of the content of my LJ, just in case it ever goes down for good.
Ah, les temps sont durs, faut faire des économies partout. Mais bon, le train non-chauffé le matin alors qu’il fait 0°C dehors, je trouve que c’est un peu limite de la part de la SNCF. D’habitude on se croirait dans … Continue reading
Quebec City. August 2010. Diana Mini. Redscale 100.
This is what I’ve been working on. For this one I think I’ll post the scans in proper order instead of randomly. (on the right you can see a Cool Globe that used to be all over Marseille) I always … Continue reading
All good things must come to an end and this is the final entry on Canada (up until I finish the Diana Mini roll and get it developed). About 140 double photos later, that’s it! Starting tomorrow there will be … Continue reading
My last night in Montreal I caught the start of the Festival des Films du Monde and the first outdoor screening. The film was Que la fête commence… from 1975, a proper French film d’époque, with Philippe Noiret and the … Continue reading
Things that make my morning: calling a place to know if they develop film (those places are getting so rare these days!) and having them tell me that they not only develop film but they also have a parking lot. … Continue reading
Well, it’s good to be back home. Although now I’m starting to panic because “home” is no longer Helsinki and that’s kind of scary and I have to commute to Toulon next week already. Driving down from the airport proved … Continue reading
Apparently yesterday was some kind of “demonstration”/”go on strike” day around Montreal. I was walking back from Chinatown and the Old Port when I saw two demonstrations complete with signs and all of that. Then in the evening I was … Continue reading
I realise that there must be some gods of travelling that like me quite a lot because I seem to always have rather good weather abroad. And I’m not complaining, although it’s true that a rainy day is a perfect … Continue reading