Coffee Tastes Better in 35mm

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It's only natural that someone who loves coffee would take photos of it, right?

For some people coffee is a horrible black liquid that they try and avoid, but for the rest of the world that actually makes sense, coffee is a brilliant part of the day. I cannot get through the day without at least one cup of coffee. My addiction started when I was pretty young, but as you can probably tell, it set down the roots for making coffee a staple in my everyday routine. Wake. Coffee. Everything else. That’s sort of how I normally view my day.

So, would it not make sense for a person who has a passion for coffee to take pictures of their coffee? You’re right…it doesn’t really make that much sense, but somehow it works. I love seeing photos of coffee taken by friends and family, in fact one of my friends owns a website dedicated to coffee (I’m not even joking about that). For your viewing pleasure, some recent photos of coffee that I got a little creative with.

Credits: ajagee24701
Credits: ajagee24701
Credits: ajagee24701

For me, it’s about the simplicity of forgetting everything else and letting your cares and worries melt into a cup of coffee. Those photos were taken on a nifty little Yashica T4 Zoom camera, 35mm son! I needed to test the camera out to see what kind of photos it took, and somehow coffee shots made it onto the roll, imagine that! I don’t know about you, but all of this talk about coffee has made me thirsty (I sound like an addict), so I’m going to go have a cup! Go have a cup of coffee on me!

written by ajagee24701 on 2013-08-26 in #lifestyle #yashica-t4-zoom #35mm #coffee #caffeine #lomography #ajagee24701 #analogue-lifestyle

2 Comments

  1. segata
    segata ·

    Nothing like a good cup of coffee, tons of ways to have it and theres something for everyone, nice article:)

  2. ajagee24701
    ajagee24701 ·

    @segata Thanks and I agree :)

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