Thursday, August 26, 2010


Seems like I've had an impromptu blog-pause (not intentional, just been busy). In between coming back from that festival I talked to you about in last week's post, meeting (& shopping) with the wonderful wonderful Immi from Style For Guys (who managed to find me the most perfect little jacket I didn't really need but obviously HAD to get since it was way too perfect, btw - go check out his blog!) and getting myself a new camera, one that I'd been saving up for for quite a while now (y'all know these things cost big money), blogging was shoved down my to-do list (whoops).

Anyway, since I feel a little obliged to keep you up to date with what I've been up to, here's a video from one of the performances from the festival I went to: Beach House! Great artists I saw as well include Yeasayer (!!), Caribou (!), The xx, Au Revoir Simone, Two Door Cinema Club, Foals, Hot Chip, We Have Band, Everything Everything, Hurts, Toro Y Moi... (and yes, Washed Out, you just HAD to cancel now didn't you?!)

Anyway, yes, I'm going to bother you with another one of my crappy videos but the sound's pretty decent so why don't you have a listen - this was one of my favourite performances, just perfect!

And here's a picture my sister sofie took of me with my new camera. For you camera geeks, it's an Olympus PEN E-PL1 and yes, it is a really great camera & after playing with it for just a few hours I'm already in LOVE! Before you start asking me: "Hey, how did you do that black & white grainy effect in photoshop??", it's just an easy-peasy art filter on the camera, no photoshopping required.


Stephanie said...

Thanks for the camera info! I am a total camera geek :)

Hermine said...

Die foto is zo mooi!
Nu ben ik jaloers op je camera :)

Sylvia etc... said...

the picture of you is soo beautiful!
really like the grainy effect

Gerlin said...

I want a picture of said purchased vest! More Stefanie pictures pretty please (alliteration galore).

mara said...

candid is best! and what an awesome vid!!


Web Site Counter

html statistics