(source)I think I'm becoming a bit sick. It's the time of the year, I think I have caught a cold. So now it's time for hot soup, good books, bed sheets and hugs from my boyfriend. I hope I'll get better soon.
sourceI love photography, especially analogue photography. I own a Canon ae-1, an Olympus trip, a minolta, a pentax and a Diana Mini. So far, I have only shot with the Canon and the Diana but I'm definitely gonna try out the other cameras. You can view my photography here. I like analogue photography because of the ambiance in the photos and the grainy quality. And it is always a surprise what your photos turned into. But it is kinda expensive, sometimes I don't 'dare' to make a photo because I don't know if it will look good and I don't want to spill the film. But there's a solution for that 'problem': disposable cameras! Of course the quality is not as good as a SLR camera but they are small, light-weight and cheap! So you can take them with you everywhere you go, and take shots of everything you pass through during your day (those sort of photos are actually the ones I like the most). So let me show you one of mine disposable camera photos:Photos taken by me.
sourceI have always been a creative person. As a little kid I loved painting and drawing. I remember my dad taking me to art museums all over Europe. After a morning/afternoon at the museum I always bought a postcard of the painting I liked the most. Two years ago I went to the Metropolitan Museum of New York and I saw one of the most beautiful paintings in real life: The Starry Night by the Dutch painter Theo van Gogh. I really like his paintings, luckily there's a Theo van Gogh museum in Amsterdam (much closer than New York!). But when it comes to artists there's one number 1 for me: Gustav Klimt! I love his artwork and later I want some of his work hanging on my walls. Not the real deal (that would be too expensive) but a really nice copy. My favorite Gustav Klimt artwork is Water Serpents (shown on picture).Do you have a passion for art too? What's your favorite artist?
I just moved so I have a new room. It is a quite special room, because it has a little gate in it. The wall with the gate devides the room in two seperate spaces. One small space, just big enough for my bed and an other space where I have put my desk and clothes. This is what it looked before, and the following photos will show you what it looks like right now.Photos taken by me.Looks much better huh? It is not ready yet, I have a board for my photos, cards, notes.. But I still have to put them on the board. I'll show you the result when it's finished! So what do you think about my room? And how does your room look? Comment please!
Hello, this is me and this is my new blog. I'm Marlous, 18 years old and I live in Holland. I'll try to update now and then. For more you can view my flickr of tumblr.
Hoi lezer! Welkom op Last days of Spring, mijn persoonlijke lifestyle blog. Ik ben Marlous en ik blog hier sinds najaar 2010 over fotografie, eten, reizen, do it yourselfs, en interieur. Wil je meer over mij weten? Lees dan mijn 'about pagina'.Ik schrijf voornamelijk in het Nederlands (met kleine Engelse samenvattingen), alle graphics zijn in het Engels omdat Google deze niet kan vertalen.Ik probeer minimaal 3 keer per week een nieuwe post online te plaatsen, maar je zult zien dat ik meestal boven dat aantal zit. Wil je geen enkele update meer missen, volg mijn blog dan via Bloglovin of Facebook.Lastdaysofspringblog.com is een persoonlijke lifestyle blog met een creatieve twist. Je vindt hier posts over reizen, interieur en lekker eten maar ook over wat creatievere dingen zoals do it yourselfs of schrijfwaren. En dat alles met een persoonlijke noot, want het is natuurlijk wel míjn blog! ;-) Af en toe vind je hier dan ook een kijkje in mijn leven.Hey there dear reader! Welcome to Last days of Spring, my personal lifestyle blog. I'm Marlous, and I have been blogging here since autumn 2010 about photography, food, travels, diys and interiors. If you want to know more about me, read my 'about page'.This blog is written in Dutch, although I always try to provide a little English summary. Please click here to translate my blog into your language. I know these translations are not perfect, but hey, it's something right?I try to update at least 3 times a week, but usually there are more updates. If you want to be updated with my new blogpost, follow me via bloglovin or facebook.