Friday, 13 August 2010

Playing with my new camera phone

After months of putting up with a mobile phone that had a fat crack across its screen and buttons which liked to spontaneously peel off, I recently upgraded to an all-singing-all-dancing smart phone. It's the first mobile I've owned that allows me to access the internet on the move. A revelation!

On top of new opportunities like updating Twitter about the wonderous montage of life in which I find myself immersed on public transport, and checking whether that guy in that film you're watching at a friend's house is actually from Almost Famous without having to move from the couch*, I have also been taking advantage of the camera - feel the awesome power of those 5.0 megapixels!

I've snapped some bits and bobs collected over recent weeks - many of which were birthday presents at the end of June - and pimped them with the Adobe Photoshop app I downloaded. 

I'll be honest; I've just been having fun playing with new toys.

^ Blue satchel from Urban Outfitters, which I haven't left home without since it became mine.

^ Alexander McQueen: Genius of a Generation by Kristin Knox. See Amazon link on left of screen.

^ Long lusted-after headphones.

^ Rather glam D&G hoop earrings, with detachable logo discs.

^ Lego shark brooch from Folksy. The most nostalgic thing I've seen in ages.

^ Tatty Devine tortoiseshell anchor earrings. Swoon.

Bunny x

* It was Patrick Fugit and I was watching Wristcutters: A Love Story. It's a hauntingly romantic dark comedy (but not a 'romantic comedy'). Smart script, kickass soundtrack featuring Gogol Bordello, Joy Division and Tom Waits, and an impressive cast. Plus it's no where near as depressing as the title might suggest!


Adele said...

I must say that satchel is amazing!

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Bunny Darke said...

Thanks! I do love it... it's become like a natural extension to my shoulder :)