December 19, 2013 by Chris Dunn
Thanks to warehouses and shipping and other forces beyond my control, I won’t get to send Christmas presents to my brother, sister-in-law and niece in time for Christmas. So, Matt, Emily and Layla, here are some analog photos from Italy (and a bonus frame) as an early Christmas present to make up for the belatedness of your package!
© 2013. Layla rides a turtle? dinosaur? something? in a playscape near the Pozzuoli harbor.
© 2013. Emily and Layla along the river Tiber in Rome. This frame looks like I applied an Instagram filter, but this is real film, y’all.
© 2013. You can sit on ancient pillars inside il Colosseo. I think my mom might’ve had something over the lens, on the righthand side of the frame.
© 2013. Family photo in Montepulciano.
© 2013. Along the Pozzuoli harbor.
© 2013. At this point, I was trying to use up the rest of the roll of film, and Emily and Layla happily obliged.
Aaand now for a bonus frame — the last frame on the roll, which I took during one of three snowfalls we had in a week back in York:
© 2013. We bought this bottle at the Maker’s distillery back in May, and I got to dip it in the wax. Jeff finally opened it to make bourbon balls, but before he did, I insisted on making this frame. Check that dynamic range!
And thus concludes my blog posts of photos I made while in Italy.