Monday, 27 July 2009

venice: faded postcards and singapore pavilion

i still can't get over the light in venice. so bright. the pictures i took on the vaporetto from the icelandic and singapore pavilion to the arsenale came out like faded postcards.

the singapore pavilion was in the same palazzo as the icelandic pavilion, just one flight of stairs up. isn't that chandelier amazing? the project featured there was a take on movie productions from the 1950s in singapore.


trinsch said...

i love how these photos came out! but i also love faded postcards, chandeliers, and old movie stills :)

i hope you feel better. here the antibiotics have kicked in and we're all much better.

have a great week :)

april said...

ich danke dir für deine lieben kommentare! und weisst du was? ich habe auch das gefühl, ich komme überhaupt nicht richtig nach mit bloggen und kommentieren...alles geht so schnell, vorwärts, und ich renne hinterher. deine wunderschönen bilder kommen jetzt in dieser grösse noch viel besser zur geltung. hach, ich liebe sie einfach*

MODsquad said...

More amazing shots!! Seriously, you could have a whole house full of these enlarged shots hanging on the walls! Beautiful!

Ida Nielsen said...

So pretty. I agree with Lisa; these would look gorgeous enlarged and framed!!

kristina * said...

thanks all - i'm really glad you like them.

(glad too, that you're not sick of my holiday pictures yet... ;-))

jane said...

omg... omg... no really... omg! so can we talk photography one day?... besos! jane

Cabrizette said...

Great shots Kristina !! The light is "sublime" !! I'm still waiting for the Arles's one !!! Bises

B said...

No, not sick of your holiday pictures! They are brilliant! And as I'm not going on holiday this year, I get to enjoy yours!

Anonymous said...

Liebe Kristina,

die Venedig-Fotos sind unglaublich! Mehr davon!


Jeannette said...

Ich wollte schon immer nach Venedig aber nach deine Fotoreportage erst richtig! Ich liebe den vintage look der Foto´s und stimme MOD zu....jeder würde schon an die Wand sein.
LG, Jeannette