|Kit ran and ran to the end of beyond at Farm Restaurant Chiyoda in Biei, Hokkaido. It was a super sunny day, and my baby spent a happy day there feeding ponies!|
I was told by Kit's pre-school Chinese teacher that all the children love to be with Kit. "Yes, I heard from his father that the girls love him," I quipped. "Oh, the boys too," she said. "They fight to sit next to him during my class. I have to get him to sit next to me."
Yes, Kit reminds me of blue sky, sunshine, and happy thoughts. And everyone's drawn to blue sky, sunshine, and happy thoughts. :) This made me think of some pictures of the happy blue sky that we saw in Japan recently.
|The Curb Market in Sapporo took on retro colors through my Diana F+.|
(Taken with 38mm super-wide angle lens, Lomography Color Negative 400 ISO 120 film.)
|We were just standing outside the entrance of a flower garden when I looked up and saw the criss-crossing electrical wires. No birds on the wire. |
(Taken with Diana F+, 38mm super-wide angle lens, Lomography XPro Slide 200 120 film.)
Dreamy blue sky. I like the graduation of light blue to dramatic blue.
|The ferris wheel outside the Trick Art Museum in Furano. Its cabin was stifling hot in the summer heat.|
(Taken with Diana F+, 38mm super-wide angle lens, Lomography Color Negative 400 ISO 120 film.)
Sky in blue flair. Some photographers would use a filter to cut out the glare. But lomographers love the imperfection.