Lately in London

ONE // london weather has been the pits lately. non-stop rain. but it's spring, right? couldn't resist this classically london shot while walking across the waterloo bridge between rain showers. hello, big ben! this city never ceases to impress me.

TWO // the rain and wind has stripped all the trees of their spring-time blooms. when the wind gets blowing, they look like pink snow or baby pink wedding confetti.

THREE // when you're on house arrest because of the foul weather, there's nothing to do except watch back episodes of gossip girl, paint your nails and knit. at least that's what a few of my days looked like last week.

FOUR // rainy days call for outings to museums. i won a ticket to the cecil beaton photography exhibition at the


on twitter and took advantage of the chance to see other corners of the museum i haven't see before. this is one of the most beautiful rooms there, golden and gilded.

what have you been up to lately?

Double explosions

...otherwise known as double exposures.

After seeing a tutorial on how to do this in photoshop, I can't stop. I'm not that great using Photoshop yet but I'm trying to learn a new trick every day or so. What I love about lomography cameras is that you can do multiple exposures in one frame, that's what hooked me on the holga when I was a teenage. Of course, doing it digitally does feel a bit like cheating but there is the plus of not wasting film on potentially bad shots. 

What do you think? Are there any good photoshop tutorial sites I should check out?