Saturday, April 16, 2011

One Tree Hill


Just a few pictures the husband took yesterday while we visited one of our favourite spots in Auckland- One Tree Hill. While most like to take the drive (or steep walk) to the top to enjoy the view of the city, our favourite thing is to explore the parts all around the bottom- the trees and grassy fields and stone walls are so pretty and the perfect place for a picnic or a sunny afternoon. 

On another note, while we were at One Tree Hill and taking a few pictures we snapped a film in one of our 35mm cameras, mid shot. Has anyone had this happen before? Will they still be able to process the images I took before the film broke? I'm so sad it happened.

Edit: Just wanted to say two more things:
1. I've been uploading my pictures to my flickr, if anyone is interested
2. Make sure you check out the giveaway in my post below as well!

That is all x

23 comments:

  1. nice hat! :)

    reminds me of one Czech serial character :)

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  2. thats a good question, they might be able to develop it if you didn't open the camera, as long as you didn't expose the film again in a light room, then it should be fine.

    I suggest going and getting them to open it their dark room, process the film and then give the camera back after!
    I hope it works out for you!

    Megan

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  3. I feel like I need another road trip to Auckland...

    Like we already spoke about, just see if five cross roads can help. They must have a dark place to sort it out!

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  4. Yes, you can save your film. Like a couple of others have commented-- You can have the film removed at a lab (that you trust) and have them process it from there... Or if you can't wait and want to start shooting new film in that camera-- you can always spool it back into the old canister carefully. (In a darkroom or somewhere else equally pitch black.) I've had to do that before, and I just warn the guys at the lab that the film snapped. You'll most likely lose the last frame or two, but the others should turn out.

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  5. I'm loving the amount of personal photo's on here lately (:

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  6. Love your necklace!!

    xo
    Janelle

    www.janellehaskin.etsy.com

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  7. really nice outfit, love your necklace! :)

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  8. The necklace looks lovely! I love one tree hill! I remember I was almost bowled over from the wind when I was up there!

    x
    www.lostinthehaze.com

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  9. Your necklace is so cute

    http://blankabiernat.blogspot.com/

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  10. Nice pictures, I like your style! ^^

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  11. I love your little sewing machine necklace, miss.

    too cute.

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  12. these are very lovely photos! your sewing machine necklace is definitely amazing & your sweater looks very comfy!
    janelle xo

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  13. Such a cute necklace! My sister bought me one very similar 2 days ago! :) x

    www.sophia-coia.blogspot.com

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  14. you look so gorgeous! love your necklace!!

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  15. I adore your outfit! You look darling.

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  16. One Tree Hill is one of my favourite places! My parents live super close to it so lots of memories from growing up, and when I'm home I try and go there as much as possible. :)

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  17. Lovely photos!
    I love the color of your top ♥

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  18. are you always so stylish?! haha i love your outfit in this post and all of your posts! love your blog :)

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  19. You know what, I promised myself to find a dainty hat like yours because it looks so pretty on you - hoping it would do the same to me :p

    Awesome pictures, what else can I say? :D

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