Good: Bullet proof instax film works well with the Diana’s quirks.
Bad: Controls are not intuitive and it is easy to make expensive mistakes.
I was supposed to test my new Lomography Diana Instant Square by spending an elegant weekend in New Haven, CT but at the last moment, my trip was moved to the triumph of Albany, NY.
After the abandoned parking garage that I love, and before the eye windows, is Albany’s oldest store.
I’m not sure what it is called, but I think it might be Lodge’s.
These windows look sad. Naturally, if they had more donuts they would be happier. Of all the things to do in Albany, I recommend eating donuts the most.
Karen doesn’t live in Cahoes Falls. Karen doesn’t live in a townhouse. Karen is also debt free and loaded. I think she means drunk. I am.