My Favorite Rainy Day Refuge: The Museum with the LC-A


I recognize that I'm not very keen on museums, especially when I'm abroad. In my opinion, the best way to know a city is by wandering around its streets.

But, what can you do when it is raining cats and dogs, your umbrella is broken, and you don’t have much money? Simple: visit the museum!

This is what happened to us last summer when went to London to spend the day. We checked the forecast in advance, but we did not foresee that it was going to rain so heavily. In the beginning, we didn’t mind, but at one point it was impossible to enjoy the trip. So we decided to change the plans and go to the museum.

Luckily for museum lovers in London, many of them are for free entrance, as in the case of the British Museum.

This museum has several collections, but it is impossible to visit them in only one day. So, as this page recommends, it is better to make a selection.

We decided to see the Roman and Egyptian collections that, in my opinion, are the most impressive. But to make the picture less boring, I did some doubles.

As always, I’m astonished at the results of this camera. Last year, I tried to take photos in the same place and these are the results. Undoubtedly, the LC-A is the perfect camera to make doubles and also to take indoor pictures, especially in this kind of places where it is not allowed to use flash.

Pictures taken with Holga 135BC

If you also want to visit the museum, write down the address:

British Museum
Great Russell Street

written by littlekoala on 2011-10-12 in #lifestyle #refuge #london #lomography #museum #egypt #analogue-lifestyle #rain
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One Comment

  1. domo-guy
    domo-guy ·

    I love the mummified cats! :D

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