Not much of an update, college is alright. I hung out with one of my high school friends who just transferred from her old college; it was pretty awesome :) Anyway, more Europe pictures! (do they never end??)
Day 6: Vienna, Austria
I was pretty damn tired that day (since I took a night train from Vienna) so I put little effort into my outfit. It was comfortable and at that point comfort was all that mattered. Hopefully the accessories made up for the simplicity (I seemed to love that belt in Europe ever since I bought it, huh?)
gorgeous palace. i love this picture because i captured the clear reflection. :)
cutting this one short because i’m exhausted.
until next time, jen
(black tank old navy, gray tank american apparel, jeans delia*s, belt italian leather market, shoes unionbay, bag liz clairborne, dove necklace vatican museum)
so it’s been about two weeks at college and it’s a lot different than last year. i’ve met a bunch of the freshmen on the floor and the ones i’ve met so far are awesome. i have to admit it’s nice being a sophomore instead of a freshman ;)
i’m currently taking a honors seminar called Physics and Photography and I had to buy a manual camera (Promaster) that i’m still figuring out how to use. On Sunday I have to develop my own negatives and I’m pretty damn scared. Especially loading the film from the camera into the light tight canister in pitch black darkness. wish me luck! :)
Now to continue on with my Europe Trip (I still have so many more outfits to go!)
Day 4 (Night): Venice, Italy
The second part of my fourth day was spent in Venice. We got there in the evening and the sun was setting. Our hotel room had a view of the grand canal and it was just absolutely breathtaking.
view from my hotel room
Out of all the cities I went to in Europe, Venice was definitely my favorite. Venice was even more gorgeous during the night time. St. Mark’s square was full of gondolas, soft lighting, live classical music, and couples walking hand in hand and stealing kisses from one another. Even my brother had to admit that Venice was one of the most romantic places on earth. :)
st. mark's square
(not wearing any make-up, way too tired that night)
the shot above isn’t that amazing since i was in a hurry to get the father with his child dancing to the live music. :)
looking gross on the rialto bridge :)
and i’ll end with a picture of the grand canal from the rialto bridge. why are night pictures so difficult to take? practice makes perfect i guess.
until next time, jen
(beige sweater zara, belt italy, ruffle skirt f21, necklace vatican museum, sandals unionbay)
college has been awesome so far. my classes are pretty awesome (i’m already starting to procrastinate), i have fridays off (thank god) and i’m meeting a bunch of new people. i hope it stays this fabulous :)
i’m going out in a little while to a frat party (not my favorite) with two of my favorite boys on the floor. we have a pretty bad ratio but i know someone who’s an ultimate creeper who will let us in ;) now continuing with europe!
Day Four: Florence, Italy
standing on the ponte vecchio bridge. it was super crowded and most of the stores were jewelry stores. the morning sunlight made for some gorgeous photos:
i saw a few people painting the bridge a distance away. it looked so relaxing. sometimes i wish i could just wake up, sit next to a river, and paint all morning :)
this pose isn’t natural haha. i was copying a statue outside of the uffizi gallery (not pictured). the line was really long so i snapped a shot or two. florence is such a lovely city.
until next time!
(pink tank forever 21, white tank urban outfitters, floral skirt wet seal, boyfriend cardigan delia*s)