Easing into summer around here.
Waking up early to have a few quiet moments before my girls wake.
Staying up a bitView full post »
A couple weeks ago, my mom introduced me to watercoloring. It was a quick lesson, but I was hooked. I thinkView full post »
A typical late spring morning around here.
I love waking up early with sunlight there to greet me (yay for longerView full post »
A quick, “behind the scenes” look at my process of shooting with my Hasselblad 500c with a polaroid back,View full post »
instant film + spring = love.View full post »
Our family is growing.
We are expecting our third baby this summer. This is one of the main reasons I have beenView full post »
Summer is winding down.
It’s the same signs every year – my oldest daughter is back in school, the daysView full post »
And this is why I love film. How ordinary light is captured and transformed into a story.
By the way, it is so muchView full post »
A recent walk in the woods.
It was raining on and off, but I found pockets of sunshine on this path.
I also wanted toView full post »
We packed up the girls this weekend and headed for the beach.
We needed this more than I realized.
Vacations take onView full post »
Details captured on black and white film.
More soon, so busy these days.View full post »
A Saturday morning self portrait.View full post »
Film. Kodak Ektar 100.
Something happened when my film was processed, and those two red lines appeared on every shotView full post »
I’m not that good at handling change.
It takes me a while. I like to hold on to what I know, what is familiar,View full post »
Film. Fuji Superia 400.
Slowly trying to get back in a groove. In every aspect of my life.
SummerView full post »
We’ve had these plans for months – the Florida Panhandle, Santa Rosa Beach, a summer rental, Labor Day.View full post »
Expired polaroid 600 film!!!
And to think that I just missed ‘Roid week on flickr…
Off to find my polaroidView full post »
Enjoying a few things lately….
~ Lemons that will be ready in the fall
~ Soft breezes
~ Summer dresses andView full post »
Film. Kodak Ektar 100.
A couple of captures from a recent shopping trip with my sister-in-law, who might as well be myView full post »
Film. Ilford Delta 400
It’s amazing how attached I am to this little space. I’ve been away for a week,View full post »
Fuji Instax 210 | Fuji Instax Wide Instant Film
A few shots from my first adventure with the Fuji Instax, which was aView full post »
Film. Kodak Ektar 100
Seriously enjoying Spring blooms around here lately. I love shooting wide open and capturingView full post »
Kodak Ektar 100
When I saw these blooms outside my window, I smiled quietly to myself. Spring is slowly making herView full post »
Kodak Ektar 100
Tulips and film – such a lovely combination.
Signing off a bit early this week, my friends ~View full post »
Weekends are for …
+ spending way to much time in bed
+ playing with Mommy’s camera strap
+View full post »
I have to admit that I am picking up my film camera more than my digital these days. And I’m truly lovingView full post »
More film shots from this day. Did I mention how much I love film?
Lately, I have been struck by the seeminglyView full post »
Ending this week by sharing a few more film shots. In the words of Sara Remington, “I’ve gone fromView full post »
I enjoyed a very rare moment for myself recently. I treasure these moments so much. A few more film shotsView full post »
Her very first pair…View full post »
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Welcome! My name is Azzari. I love film, photography, and my three girls. Read more about me. You will find bits and pieces of my life documented here, along with projects I am working on and things that inspire me.
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