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Wellington Days at Nana’s House

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These photos were all taken during the two week period we spent staying at my mum’s house in Wellington when we first moved from Perth to New Zealand.  We had quite a few stressful moments trying to get everything sorted – accessing our money from overseas, buying a car, feeling in limbo between lives.  But we did have some quiet fun too 🙂  These are a bunch of images from our Wellington limbo time.

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Playing doctors and nurses with Daddy.

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We used to drive everywhere in Perth, so Scarlett really loved the novelty of riding the bus while in Wellington.

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 Just your usual Wellington late-summer weather…

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These images were all taken on Fuji Superia 200 film on my Canon Elan IIe and scanned myself on my Pakon scanner.  I am sharing as part of the film mama monthly blog circle.  This month I am joining the film specific circle in which all the participants are sharing their take on using Fuji Superia film stock.  Next up in the circle is Grand Rapids Michigan Photographer Dena Robles  – click through to view Fuji Superia through her eyes and lens, then continue to follow the links to complete the circle!

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8 thoughts on “Wellington Days at Nana’s House

  1. lovely. film photography is so beautiful and nostalgic – i love film photos of children x

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  3. How fun! It looks like you had a blast in the in-between time. 😉 You captured some lovely moments between daughter and daddy, and I love the feet at the end!

  4. I am a sucker for rainy window photos…and little toddler toes too! Beautiful photography all around.

  5. Love how you captured every movement and every detail! It tells a wonderful story and definetely brought a huge smile to my face! Beautiful!

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