These next two shots from the Contax 645 were taken at the house I grew up in. I still call it "home" even though I don't live there anymore, and I wonder if/when that will change. So I went home on Sunday for a giant lunch with my parents as a mini belated Chinese New Year celebration and finished off the roll there.
Here's a peek into the kitchen dining area. I must say our house gets pretty great light everywhere. This room in particular has this window you see here, a sliding door to the backyard and a skylight above. It's too bad I wasn't really into photography when I was around to take advantage of the light.
Our home is certainly not of the spick and span, perfectly decorated, with bowl of [insert fruit here] on the coffee table and carefully aligned books variety. It is homey and yes, cluttered, but filled with memories of my childhood. And there is definitely something comforting about that and knowing my fifth grade school projects are tucked away somewhere, maybe one day (very very very very very far away from now) for my kid(s?) to discover.
Like every other Asian kid, I took piano lessons; though, I was mediocre at best. Well, at least pianos always make for a pretty subject.
I had to warm up these scans quite a bit. I'm not sure why, but the original scans were heavily blue tinted. What gives?