I brought my 35mm Fisheye camera with me to Europe, but only used one roll for the duration of my trip. While I wish I took more pictures on film, it was a delight getting these developed two months after my return to the United States.

Emily and I in Amsterdam immediately after I loaded up the film.

Emily in Amsterdam’s city center. Read about that trip here!

Angers, my home away from home, and a fountain in one of the city’s many gardens. I used to walk past this fountain every day on my way to class. This day was particularly foggy.

More of Angers. I really miss living there. Read my introduction to this wonderful French city here.

A sunny day on Omaha Beach in Normandy, France.

Click here to read about this day trip.

Saint-Malo, another beach in France.

Andrea and a strand of my red hair.

Jazz band in Saint Germain des Prés. We got delicious (yet greasy) ham and cheese breakfast crepes from the stand in the background.

St. Germain was my favorite neighborhood in Paris. I spent a lot of time exploring these streets.

Many businesses in Paris had colorful tile mosaics on the exterior. This was outside a funky pizza place.

On a sunny day in Angers.

Somewhere along the road in Germany! Driving through Germany in autumn was a breathtaking experience. Imagine lucid green rolling hills, timber frame houses, and farms upon farms of hops for brewing beer.

The famous astronomical clock in Prague. The city recently celebrated the clock’s 600th birthday!

The magnificent St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague.

In the garden of Hohenschwangau, Mad King Ludwig’s childhood castle in Bavaria, Germany.

I love using film cameras because you don’t know what you’re going to get until you develop your pictures. It took a trip of nostalgia when I first opened the packet in the Walgreen’s parking lot. I hope you enjoyed these photos as much as I did.