I am pretty lucky to get to travel every 2 to 3 months and I indeed take a lot of photos, record also vlog footages. However, it takes me a lot of motivation to put those videos together, and editing photos is even worse.
I went to The Hague in the beginning of November (yes, it’s the end of November now) and stayed there for the weekend to attend Crossing Borders Festival. It is a music and literature festival, which was amazing. There were authors and artists from all over the world, gathered together in The Hague, performed, talked about their arts, their books, poetry, politics, society, everything. It was such an eye-opening experience and I would love to attend the festival again next year.
The Hague in fall was lovely, a bit windy but it was sunny as well. We had a walk along the coast, listened to sea gulls (which remind me of Finding Nemo all the time), drank lots of coffee and got to visit some excellent exhibitions.
I brought my analog camera with me along the trip. Unfortunately, I don’t own a scanner and it costs 10 euros to get 20 photos scanned, which I can save to buy another 2 film rolls, so I just scanned them myself with my dsrl. Here are some of the photos from my travelling, hope you enjoy.
All photos were taken with my Canon AE-1 and Samsung Galaxy S5.
– dgna –