Rub Some Dirt On It
Although I lost these prints when I first had them developed, I think I treasure them even more now- the second time around at Walgreens. I absolutely adore the grainy, dusty feel of these quick snapshots of my life over the summer.Taken with my Holga 35mm and Lomography ISO 100 color film, these shots pull at my heart strings a little bit.
These pictures were taken at the end of my junior year of high school, but it really doesn't feel like that was almost a year ago. It was really a great time, and this summer should be even better. Senior year has been flying past my head faster than I can yell "STOP!" and I'm so excited for what is to come. I feel like the grain in these pictures accurately represents all of the nostalgic feelings welling up (or rather, those that will after AP testing is over and college enrollments are finished).
(P.S.- I know that the basketball goal in the last shot could be counted as bad composition, but I think it kind of looks like a modern take on the Byzantine halo- intentional or not.)