love the quality of the photos and love your music!!!
so pretty :)
That camera has such a gnarly effect... I like how it works with the sort of semi-sad imperfectness of the flowers. I'm gonna see if I can one on ebay for myself. :-)
so cute!! these tulips remind me to appreciate the small things, especially the beauty of nature. Even though it's a simple post, thank you for sharing priscila! <3
Oooo.. love the soft focus and tone of the sx-70 shots. didn't know you can still get film for that.
most definately : ) ... and i for some reason loLove saying 'eh', weather in question form, in used when im in agreement. I dont even really know people from Canada. just on a Canada kick right now for some reason
another good reason to move to the Netherlands... ;) Lotta tulips here.
So delicate. And beautiful. :)
I've always wanted to write a song with the line "No tulips are as sweet as your two lips" or something like that, but I can never write it to not sound cheesy. Maybe next songwriting session y'all can suss that out a bit, eh? (<--word culture clash)
Those are such dreamy pictures! I love them and I love your music. :)
they r beautiful lyk an old movie scene
Gorgeous. I love the soft hughes a Polaroid makes. I am o excited to have found your blog. I have been listening to your music for ages via myspace... maybe six plus years? I don't know anymore. Anyways, you blog is delightful. You seem real, which makes me love your music even more. Have a wonderful day!p.s. I am doing a giveaway on my blog for Peruvian feather earrings. I have been traveling in South America and wanted to share the love! My blog is itssimplelove.blogspot.com if you care to take a peak.Rachael
Hi Priscilla,Nice blog! I just came across it. I want to tell you how much I love your music. I heard your song "A Dream" on CBC about a year ago (I think) and it meant the world to me.Thanks so much for sharing your gift.Ellie
Nice Photos!I think that you liked the vintage filters :PI told you sometime that I want to marry you? ahhahaha it's a joke ... but ... Think about itgreetings!
I love your photos, makes me want to dabble with polaroids too! It definitely has a certain qualia to it that seems difficult to replicate with digital but possibly even more instantly gratifying that digital could be, eh? :o)My Canadian friends tell me it's more like an elongated a, rather than eh. Either way, it confuses me greatly when they start using it as a matter of course.More photos please! :o)