Without hesitation, my husband and I took our gears to visit The Southeastern Railway Museum; I dust off my film camera! Little did I remember about this camera my father bought many years ago when I was in college and it would now be one of my passions. As I started using this camera, put one of the films and heard the sound of the filming rolling back, I knew this camera was waiting for me and I for it.
Vintage is everywhere: shoes, watches, clothes, cars and furniture! It has never been so much back in fashion! Look old school, reissues of older models, etc., but also the trend continues, as a lifestyle. A lifestyle that uncovers a taste for quality, timeless lines, simplicity, and nostalgic inspiration.
I’m a blogger and lifestyle photography is my passion. I love to express and communicate, with images and photograph, the things that awe me and inspire my journey as a blogger. There are so many different places to choose to photograph. But when I’m looking for a special way to inspire and dare myself to be more creative I usually consider visiting antique/vintage locations.
And this museum has it all! 35-acre of memories, “nostagia” and imagination. Couple that with 90 items of rolling stock including historic Pullman cars and classic steam locomotives.
Speaking of the day, I was feeling a little lost with my camera but it was really nice to feel a sense of accomplishment after finishing the session. It certainly inspired me to plan more fun projects with my film camera! I still have not develop my films but you can get a sense of the day with this images. They were taken with my iPhone