Streets of Torino, arches, architecture, trams, parks, bohemian life...and two lomographers: Mr. Cryboy and Atria007.
If my memory serves me right, it was 7 in the morning when the whatsapp woke me up with a message from my friend Poepel wishing me a Happy Analogue Day!
I knew that the Analogue Day was on April 12th, but I wasn’t sure if it was Friday, Saturday, or Sunday. Anyway, I was on holiday so I didn’t care what day it was.
Once I resolved my doubts about the Analogue Day, Mr. Cryboy and I took our cameras and films and went out! We didn’t have to think about where to go, because we had planned our day the night before.
It was a very intense day among arches, trams, a walk along the river, monuments, very odd buildings whose architect’s name I can´t pronounce! (scacccabaroooopfff…) and the cinema museum where we stayed for more than 3 hours — it was really fun, I strongly recommend it!
Apart from being the whole day chatting, getting to know each other and laughing out loud, it was an incredible day! But it was not very analogue I must confess… I took too many pictures with my mobile phone… but we can’t force to do everything in an analogue way.
Well, this is just a little summary, because I could talk for hours and I would even forget some details, for sure!
Here are some pictures taken by Cryboy, because I’m still scanning them, but as soon as I get them done I’ll share them with you.
Having lunch in the street:
At the Cinema Museum:
Mobile phone moments (Hehehe!):
I want to say thanks to Cryboy! Thanks for this day and for everything! It was an incredible holiday ¡¡¡Grazie!!!
Now I want to know… How was your Analogue Day?