Travelling is about exploring your new surroundings while having the best time. I look back and reminisce about all the good times as well as all the close calls and exciting adventures. Some people love to take pictures, myself I get too caught up in the moment and usually come home with just a handful of photo's saved on my phone. I believe there is no right amount of pictures to take as long as you enjoyed yourself, the memories will last in your imagination.
What I have found fun however is bringing a disposable camera every time I travel. These cameras can usually only take around 30 photos and you can bring them to the craziest party or wildest adventure and not worry about losing it, like a phone. Best of all you have no idea what you captured so when you arrive home you'll have some amazing photo's waiting to be looked at. I find it extends the fun of the trip because you still have something to look forward to when the trip comes to an end!
I still have disposable camera's from three years ago that I haven't developed yet. Just waiting for the right moment to go get them developed!
Camera Disposable Camera Photography
Experience the beauty of modernity and antiquity in this immersive travel program. Visits will be made to various historical and cultural sites of India including Jama Masjid, the largest mosque in India, and Qutub Minar, the tallest brick tower in the world & with amazing workshops.
Volunteer in the hills of Rishikesh, The Yoga Capital of the World!
The participants will explore the great city, interact with the locals and try to muster in all the beautiful experiences they have. A one-day visit to Pahadi Gaon will also be arranged where the participants will scout and explore the nearby villages.
Oct 21, 2020 at 07:47
Interesting and unexpected read. Losing a disposable camera is not as bad as losing a mobile phone but you still lose your pictures. And nowadays depending on where you live it's kinda hard to find a place to develop the pictures.