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I took this photo in New Zealand with my favorite shoes , chips and a coffee.
It was a beautiful day.
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Taking photos with a film camera is a pain. You have to load and unload films every 36 photos (or even less!). You have to adjust all settings manually such as aperture, shutter speed and focus, so you might miss a moment. You never know how your photos turned out until you develop and print them. You can’t delete ugly ones, and every single shot costs. But that’s the beauty of it.
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One of my favorite foods that I’ve discovered while traveling was Uzbeki/Russian food. Most of the dishes are based around spiced chicken, mutton, or beef. They are usually skewered, over rice, or in big stews. Even the bread has meat inside of it! Side dishes are often different pickled or baked vegetables, like carrots, tomato, or eggplant. If you like meat, you’ll love Uzbeki food!