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Strange mix because that film stayed in my LC-A way to long. And I´m lazy, so it´s your job to find the matching pictures to the following comments ;) My LC-A tends to overexposure, but snow seems to be a good cure for that. And I should remember that the next time I´m tempted to use her in the dark, because unlike the Ilford an cn film will not be lenient with me.

elenya-y This photo was shot on film. Taken by elenya-y with a Lomo LC-A loaded with Ilford HP5 Plus 400 film in Hinterland, Germany. These tags describe this photo: ilford, lc-a, wildpark, schnee, and wildschweine. Date: 2013-01. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album LC-A + Ilford HP 5 Plus.

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  1. herbert-4

    herbert-4

    A crashing boar??

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  2. meryl

    meryl

    very nice album.

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  3. neanderthalis

    neanderthalis

    Love the furry pigs!

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  4. elenya-y

    elenya-y

    @herbert-4 crashing like crashing into me? No :) They live in an Deer Park in the middle of Germany....behind a fence.. but the People working there said that unlike their free living relatives they are actually very friendly ....because they know that humans bring the good stuff like bread and fresh vegetables I guess... :)

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  5. herbert-4

    herbert-4

    I forgot that a pun in English does not work in any other language! Crashing boar = crashing bore. Sorry... Anyway, the southern US and part of California has wild pigs, some huge.

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  6. elenya-y

    elenya-y

    @herbert-4 Ah, ok :) Now understood, this pun is even funnier, because it kind of works in german too: "crashing bore " translates as "furchtbarer Langweiler" a pun would be "fuchtbarer Langkeiler" and that could be translated "crashing longboar" :)

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  7. herbert-4

    herbert-4

    Thank you! In either case, you need your boar (bore) spear at the ready! Look here: http://www.knife-dep(…)d4AodU1AAVA

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