Where should i start? When we booked our first french wedding we knew we want to at least get a glimpse of french countryside. And even though we knew it’s going to be full week we made it happen, with quite a bit less sleep than usual, but who has time to sleep when there is a world full of places to see anyways. I knew that french countryside would look perfect on film and it does! We are so behind posting our travel(we haven’t even started with our italian roadtrip from 2015) that we decided it’s time to at least how our film photographs. And since we saw Beauty and the beast two weeks ago and it reminded us to much of our trip to France we decided it’s time to post them. We were mesmerized with how beautiful french countryside was. It’s simply picture perfect and you have a feeling like you are in a movie set. These were all photographed on 35mm Kodak Gold 200 film and i love that film for travel. So looking forward to take it with me to the Amalfi coast(in less than two weeks, yaaay!).
This first few photographs were taken on our first day in Loire valley when we explored Chateau de Chenonceau and Cheatu de Chambord. We loved it, especially the Chateau de Chenonceau because it’s park is so gorgeous. A few photographs down there you can see the charming little village Noyers sur Serein which really left us speechless. It was that gorgeous! Street after street of perfect french movie like looking houses and we felt like we’re in a fairytale. If you’re ever near it you have to go and see it. And there were almost no people and we were there at the start of August.
We’ve also taken a few film photographs at the wedding venue. How pretty is that? And on the last day we had a quick stop at Fontainebleu for a few last shots before we headed to the airport. Photographing on film is something i’m trying do to more off especially when we travel! Hope you enjoy these!