My Month In Film | May 2017

In an effort to get back into photography, I've committed to shooting at least one roll of film a month and I have decided to share said film at the end of every month in a blog post. All of these photos were shot on an Olympus Mju ii, which is my new favorite camera. May was quite a full month, albeit a very fun one. In the lead up to graduation in two weeks (*screams internally*) I've been trying as much as possible to take advantage of being here and seeing my friends as much as possible. 


Took a spontaneous trip to the beach to watch the sunset, and while part of the coastline blocked the actual sunset, the sky was beautiful.


The weather was absolutely amazing for the whole month and since its been so rainy in California for the past couple months it was nice to take advantage of the sunshine and go to the beach.


For my birthday my boyfriend bought us tickets to go to Disneyland for the day. One of my best friends and her boyfriend also live in LA so they came with us. It was the first time I had been to Disneyland in years and I want to go back already!


Some friends and I took a weekend trip up to the Bay Area (where I am originally from). We basically spent the whole weekend relaxing on the beach, eating, playing card games, and paddling around in the water. It was one of the most relaxing weekends I've had in a while and I don't think I've cried from laughter more than I did that weekend.


One of the things I will miss most about college is going to my favorite coffee shop to do work, good thing there are plenty of good coffee shops to go to once I move back to San Francisco.


My best friend and I did a little shoot during one weekend for graduation pictures. We seriously lucked out on both the scenery and the fact that we went right at peak golden hour.


Peony season is well and truly here and I could not be happier about it! Also that stack of books is a mere representation of the amount of books I have from my time in college. I really don't want to get rid of any of them (especially since grad school is still an option at this point) and they hold a lot of sentimental value oddly enough.


My boyfriend and I took a day trip to Santa Barbara the other weekend and it was so nice to get out of town. Santa Barbara is so gorgeous and it was so nice to walk around and see more of the town. We also went to an amazing pizza place called The Lucky Penny, would definitely recommend if you are going to Santa Barbara.


... And of course we had to make a stop at the Santa Barbara Mission while we were there.


My bedside table is one of my favorite parts of my room and I am loving reading this book by Joan Didion at the moment.

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