i am suzie.
love film photography more than digital but cannot live without digital. all in all, cannot live without a camera.
love yourself and others. xoxo.
majority of my travel series photos are taken with my Fujifilm Natura Classica. i will try my best to tag what camera i use per post.
if no film camera on hand, i will most likely be using my loyal Canon 450D with 24-105 f4 L or 50mm f1.8. otherwise my phone camera becomes my bestie to capture that moment.
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Tag Archives: italy
A quick stay in Milan before we head towards Switzerland. i wasn’t surprised by the fact that Milan is pretty much just a shopping district. the area near the Milan Central Station was actually pretty poor, and my impression to Milan … Continue reading
Although i would like to show more… but i thought i keep to two posts max per city! Venice, i don’t think i will ever get enough of it! the scenery, the food, the feel of being at the main … Continue reading
Venice. a place that some says is enough for a weekend, but for me… i think a week is not even enough. the food, the scenery, the maize a like of little bridges and alike buildings… very pretty and interesting. … Continue reading
Another batch of Florence photos. it seem so long ago that i have been to this trip, but its only just over two weeks! time flies, i certainly wish i m still away… Pisa tower, a tower that some felt … Continue reading
Spent 1 & 1/2 day in Florence. it is small but yet artistic feel, i have certainly enjoy the walk around. Although, we are limited to the hours available to spend in Florence. However, our times were still well spent..
Trastevere. a well worth area to visit in Roma. i missed this last time, and i am so glad i have visited this time. unforgettable experience of the “old” Roma feel. nice area to chilled out at a sunny afternoon. … Continue reading
Return to Rome… wasn’t expected to return here so quick. its only been two years ago since i stepped on to those roman paths. this was indeed the beginning of my 2 weeks trip around Italy and Switzerland. Although we … Continue reading