June 11, 2018

Disposable Camera · March 2018

This is my favorite roll that has come out so far, and it's solely because Spring is here. I have been spending a lot more time outdoors, and that's where the best lighting is at. I think the photos are only going to get better over the summer, and I can't wait.

I also want to pick up a disposable black & white camera, and a waterproof camera. What do you all think? And what months do you think they'd be best for? 

Metra ride to BTBAM. We took the train, ate at Native Foods Cafe, and went to the show at the House of Blues.

Lake Katherine: 

Easter Sunday:

Garden Homes:

Walgreens, trying to get rid of the last photo:

June 6, 2018

Cleaning Out My Laptop

Hello, and Happy Wednesday. 

Two weeks ago I had to invest in a new phone because my screen broke on my Galaxy, and I decided on the iPhone 8 because I can sync it with my MacBook Air. I've decided to coal up my MacBook a bit because I keep so many photos and videos on it, as well as documents, and downloads. This post is just going to be organized chaos of photos I don't think I've posted on here before.

DeKalb, Illinois
Two words: Golden hour. I went here to see Balance & Composure, and From Indian Lakes play a show at the House Cafe. This was my third show at the House Cafe, and it's an intimate venue that keeps me coming back. These are photos of the small college town, as well as From Indian Lakes.

Pilcher Park
Located in Joliet, Illinois, this park is home to a greenhouse, and a nature center. Visiting forest preserves and spending time in nature is one of my favorite things to do, but I don't spend nearly as much time doing it as I would like to. This is one I would like to go back and visit sometime soon because there was so much to see, and it was so interactive and educational.

Bristol Renaissance Faire 2017
Located in Wisconsin, this was my third visit to the Faire, and by far the most crowded because we went on a holiday weekend.

Little Red Schoolhouse
This is one of my favorite places to go, especially to play Pokemon Go. I had never visited here until I took an Environmental Science class at community college, and now I try to go every chance I get. They have trails, animals, and an education center.

Those are all of the photos that haven't been significant enough to have their own posts, but need to find a home somewhere off of my laptop. They are photos that I love, and wanted to share because they all have stories.

Thank you for visiting. Enjoy the rest of your week. (: