Today I Saw Something - A Purely Analog Tumblr

While making my way through Tumblr, I found an awesome analogue only blog that is documenting life across the United States!

Today I Saw Something, a Tumblr home to photographer Kristianna Smith, is chronicling her trek across the United States with a Canon AE-1 and a huge bag of film.

Take a look at this interesting spec of analog in the very digital world of Tumblr.

written by alexandrak on 2012-06-22 in #lifestyle #film-only-blog #tumblr #films #analog

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