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National Museum of Scotland Holga photos

shell lion cub
sculpture arch
sewing machines roof
angel bee clock
lion family
atrium camera

I try to get out of the house with Milo every day, and the other day I took him to the National Museum of Scotland. I took my camera with the Holga lens with me and took some pictures. The lens is definitely better in daylight, but I do like how some of them have turned out. I only stayed on the ground floor this time, I’ll be visiting again with a different camera soon. Oh, and here’s some pictures of the museum I took last year when it first opened.

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  • Jennie 5 February 2013, 9:58 am

    I love that museum, the building is absolutely stunning.
    It’s also got a very nice personal memory attached to it cause it was the first place hubby and I went on a date…A stroll around the museum and a couple of pints (or five) at the Royal Oak where we got roped into singing and playing with the folkies; whenever I think about it Lou Reed’s ‘Perfect Day’ starts spinning around in my head 🙂
    I hope you and Milo had a perfect day too.
    I love the photo of the wee cub…xXx
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  • Rhianne 5 February 2013, 4:28 pm

    Holga’s are all about the light definitely, but I love how soft these look. I should make more of an effort to go for a walk every day I think…
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