From Morocco, with Love and Lomography 0

I was recently lucky enough to be invited on a trip to Morocco, a place I’ve always wanted to visit. The country didn’t disappoint- it was such a wonderful mix of different cultures and eras. I decided to try and capture the vintage glamour of the place on my lomography camera- I use the Diana F- here are some of the results.

Both the pictures above were taken in Casablanca at the Hassan II mosque- the photo above shows some of the other bloggers who were on the trip- (whose blogs are all worth checking out!) Alex, Kate, Kate and Lela.

These pictures were taken in Rabat, a seaside town I really loved. You can see more pictures from there over on my own blog

Here I am in the gardens of the Sofitel in Rabat- I love this Traffic People jumpsuit which I wore over my trusty Freya Deco strapless bra in nude.

And here’s an example of one of the art deco buildings in Casablanca- now turned into a coffee shop. You can see more about my trip over on my blog, or follow me on instagram for snaps of my travels. As much as I appreciate being able to take photos and share them online instantly, I do also love the nostalgic feel of real film and the excitement of waiting to get your photos developed.

Do any of you still use old film, or do you rely on digital?