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  • #14645167

    shared by weidong on 2011-11-07

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  • #107611

    shared by stouf on 2008-11-22

    More details on the underwater Holga here: http://www.lomography.com/magazine/tipster/2008/07/13/tipster-of-the-day-holga-likes-to-swim

  • Peaceful Moment

    shared by takezzo on 2008-10-09

  • #13132883

    shared by vicuna on 2011-04-22

    Relaxing afternoon at the pier we reached with our Kayak. Then having a beer and fun by jumping in the sea... life is hard... ;)

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  • #107695

    shared by stouf on 2008-11-22

    More details on the Nikonos V here: http://www.lomography.com/magazine/reviews/2008/11/07/nikonos-v-the-ultimate-amphibious-camera

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  • Snorkeling at Playa de los Muertos

    shared by jennson on 2011-11-09

    This beach is a paradise, the water is so clear.. Tried to shoot with Krab and LC-Wide ..this are the best shots out of 3 rolls. I´m very happy with the results!

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  • Snorkeling at Playa de los Muertos

    shared by jennson on 2011-11-09

    This beach is a paradise, the water is so clear.. Tried to shoot with Krab and LC-Wide ..this are the best shots out of 3 rolls. I´m very happy with the results!

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  • #107542

    shared by stouf on 2008-11-22

    More details on the underwater Holga here: http://www.lomography.com/magazine/tipster/2008/07/13/tipster-of-the-day-holga-likes-to-swim

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  • Snorkeling at Playa de los Muertos

    shared by jennson on 2011-11-09

    This beach is a paradise, the water is so clear.. Tried to shoot with Krab and LC-Wide ..this are the best shots out of 3 rolls. I´m very happy with the results!

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  • I'm on this side where are you

    shared by myloveletter on 2011-09-16

    Accidental double exposure. Darn it.

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  • #173077

    shared by stouf on 2009-01-31

    More details on the Nikonos V here: http://www.lomography.com/magazine/reviews/2008/11/07/nikonos-v-the-ultimate-amphibious-camera

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  • #14954418

    shared by piropiro on 2011-12-22

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  • #14903557

    shared by atria007 on 2011-12-14

    dobles with myself

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  • #14852485

    shared by weidong on 2011-12-06

    We all have so many insignificant objects at first sight at home, but they are not so insignificant. look at them with different eyes, and different camera as well AHHAHAHHA SO FU***G POETIC.

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  • Ziggy at Home

    shared by weidong on 2011-12-21

    he feel xmas!

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  • #14492651

    shared by weidong on 2011-10-17

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  • Lazy like a cat

    shared by fairymarielle on 2012-01-09

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  • Кошки

    shared by grad on 2009-09-04

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  • First LC-Wide

    shared by jojo8785 on 2012-01-10

    My sisters wedding & my kitty cats. Played around mostly with the half frame overlap...pretty happy with the results :)

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  • #15127724

    shared by mczoum on 2012-01-15

    Xanax my cat and my brother's funny shadow on candles light

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  • majestetic

    shared by shoujoai on 2012-01-03

    what a beautiful cat!

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  • #290056

    shared by goldie on 2009-04-15

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  • Half and half

    shared by natalieerachel on 2011-12-20

    Another amazing day of winter break in Hawaii! Drove down with my friends to North Shore and spent the day at the beach and exploring Haleiwa. I also got to use my Krab for the first time, it came in handy especially when it started raining on and off. Quite happy with these results!

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  • Yesterdays

    shared by reinertlee on 2008-07-18

    The flowers cut and brought inside<br> Black cars in a single line<br> Your family in suits and ties<br> And you're free<br><br> The ache I feel inside<br> Is where the life has left your eyes<br> I'm alone for our last goodbye<br> But you're free<br><br> I remember you like yesterday<br> Yesterday<br> I still can't believe you're gone<br> Oh I remember you like yesterday<br> Yesterday<br> And until I'm with you, I carry on<br><br> Adrift on your ocean floor<br> I feel weightless numb and sore<br> A part of you and me is torn<br> You're free<br><br> I woke from a dream last night<br> I dreamt that you were by my side<br> Reminding me I still had life<br> In me<br><br> I remember you like yesterday<br> Yesterday<br> I still can't believe you're gone<br> Oh I remember you like yesterday<br> Yesterday<br> And until I'm with you, I carry on<br><br> I'll carry on, I'll carry on<br><br> Every lament is a love song<br> Yesterday, yesterday<br> I still can't believe you're gone<br><br> Every lament is a love song<br> Yesterday, yesterday<br><br> So long my friend, so long<br><br> <i>Song by Switchfoot</i>

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  • #15041752

    shared by ryszardl70 on 2012-01-04

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  • #15041742

    shared by ryszardl70 on 2012-01-04

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  • #13436259

    shared by reneg88 on 2011-05-30

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  • #14828776

    shared by ryszardl70 on 2011-12-02

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  • #14829954

    shared by tawans on 2011-12-03

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  • sailing

    shared by cornborn on 2011-09-25

    Sailing a tall ship is hard work, but it's an extremely rewarding experience. There's nothing quite like watching the sunset from way up the mast after a trying day of sailing.

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  • 2011 - 365 Photo Project

    shared by spoeker on 2011-11-13

    10-03 // a day in holland

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  • cartwheel

    shared by werriston on 2011-09-13

    I never think of myself as a water person. When people ask "Are you a beach person?" or "Are you a water person?" the more sardonic part of me wants to reply by informing them that the human body is about 60% water, so we are, in fact, all "water people", myself included — we literally cannot exist without it. Usually though, I respond by stating that, although I'm very fond of the ocean, for example, I'm only fond of it in the sense that I like knowing it's nearby. The thought is comforting somehow. But even though I quite like living close enough to the sea to look out at it, or breathe in the salt air, or listen to the waves lap at the shore at nights, I'm not really sure what to do with the ocean. I'm an animal of the inner city. I live amongst the power lines and alleyways and hole-in-the-wall cafes and bars; rooftop gardens and dirty gutters. I like looking for beauty in the decaying concrete jungle, and the only swimming I do seems to be in the mountains of work that pile up around me. Having said that, I'm also a traveler. If not by design then out of necessity. And looking back over my lomographs it's suddenly clear to me how much water I've crossed on my travels, and how much time I've spent on the sandy edges of continents — sipping cocktails while the sun goes down, or marvelling at bikini-clad beauties, or throwing frisbees, or spearing calamari. Once I had to drive speedboats for a children's tv show I was in. I wish I had some pictures of that... So what would I miss the most about water if it was suddenly and inexplicably taken away? That's an easy one: Life. And I don't mean existence — the two are different things. I don't just mean waking up in the morning, opening your eyes and breathing the air into your lungs — I mean living; diving headfirst into a crashing wave at Maroubra, feeling a bite on the end of your fishing line at Cape Leveque, watching the sun rise over Lake Michigan, cartwheeling down Huntington Beach. Water is life.

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  • .HORIZON PERFEKT.

    shared by reneg88 on 2011-05-30

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  • #11931084

    shared by troch on 2010-10-08

    These are from an old roll of Fujichrome Velvia which was loaded into Canon Sureshot years ago. A holiday trip brought out the camera last year and the film went in with a number of rolls of C-41. No one (not myself or at the lab) noticed and it got mistakenly cross processed. The resulting shots are wonderfully garrish.

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  • Slow Walking

    shared by erin-benn on 2012-01-20

    Sometimes we need to slow down and enjoy the big mountains and small creatures we often rush past without appreciating

  • Slow Walking

    shared by erin-benn on 2012-01-18

    Sometimes we need to slow down and enjoy the big mountains and small creatures we often rush past without appreciating

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  • #61832

    shared by goldie on 2008-10-02

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  • Post Lunch Friendship

    shared by takezzo on 2008-10-09

    One sunny Saturday morning, we decided to visit Mother Farm in Chiba to see my wife's favorite animal, sheep. After enjoying playing with those lovely creatures, we had a lunch.... ahem... a BBQ lamb.

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  • #61774

    shared by goldie on 2008-10-02

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  • Strolling through Istanbul

    shared by pomps on 2012-01-23

    Amazing city!

  • Horse (lovely)

    shared by goldie on 2008-10-02

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  • Istanbul

    shared by nanigo on 2011-05-09

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  • Strolling through Istanbul

    shared by pomps on 2012-01-23

    Amazing city!

  • #11472428

    shared by nural on 2010-06-20

  • #12092186

    shared by japsix on 2010-11-08

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  • Strolling through Istanbul

    shared by pomps on 2012-01-23

    Amazing city!

  • #15082599

    shared by lisamariesimpson on 2012-01-09

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  • Redscale XR

    shared by shoujoai on 2012-01-09

    Shot on ISO 100.

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  • #12338971

    shared by pixiepie on 2010-12-28

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  • #12607973

    shared by porkchopsandy on 2011-02-12