I Love Analogue

2011-04-29 1

Inspired by the marvels of analogue photography, in its magic, in its real beauty and in its capacity to surprise me, I wrote a poem that explains why I love it. And because I really love analogue, this poem is handwritten, with all my analogue love.

Digging in my lomohome I realized that “analogue” goes beyond photography, and to take analogue photos of analogue things is perhaps my little tribute to this way of life:

Credits: susielomovitz

Vive l’analogique!

written by susielomovitz on 2011-04-29 #susielomovitz #lifestyle #prophecies #handrwitten #analogue #susie #poem #love #photography #future #lomovitz

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