Likes

  • #19140387

    shared by he-mo on 2013-11-19

    26
  • #19139854

    shared by lordbabylon on 2013-11-19

    6
  • the colour of water

    shared by wil6ka on 2013-11-18

    I was lucky enough to join Vicuna, his brother Gérard and a bunch of wonderful people on a recent trip to Burkina Faso. This is the first album and an encounter of the Northern town of Nouna. Here, Gérard and his Partners, from the French city of Saint Priest and Germanys Mühlheim, are active in developing aid for more then ten years. One of the prime examples are these fountains, that can be easily used by spinning the wheel and which operate through a closed pipe-system, so the water can not be spoiled or infected through an open part. There is also a clever maintenance system. Villagers pay a small fee for using the fountains, like a flatrate pass. This money goes to technicians, who come from the village and who were educated to repair the fountains. Once a device breaks down, they are able to buy the needed parts and fix it...

    7
  • the colour of water

    shared by wil6ka on 2013-11-18

    I was lucky enough to join Vicuna, his brother Gérard and a bunch of wonderful people on a recent trip to Burkina Faso. This is the first album and an encounter of the Northern town of Nouna. Here, Gérard and his Partners, from the French city of Saint Priest and Germanys Mühlheim, are active in developing aid for more then ten years. One of the prime examples are these fountains, that can be easily used by spinning the wheel and which operate through a closed pipe-system, so the water can not be spoiled or infected through an open part. There is also a clever maintenance system. Villagers pay a small fee for using the fountains, like a flatrate pass. This money goes to technicians, who come from the village and who were educated to repair the fountains. Once a device breaks down, they are able to buy the needed parts and fix it...

    5
  • the colour of water

    shared by wil6ka on 2013-11-18

    I was lucky enough to join Vicuna, his brother Gérard and a bunch of wonderful people on a recent trip to Burkina Faso. This is the first album and an encounter of the Northern town of Nouna. Here, Gérard and his Partners, from the French city of Saint Priest and Germanys Mühlheim, are active in developing aid for more then ten years. One of the prime examples are these fountains, that can be easily used by spinning the wheel and which operate through a closed pipe-system, so the water can not be spoiled or infected through an open part. There is also a clever maintenance system. Villagers pay a small fee for using the fountains, like a flatrate pass. This money goes to technicians, who come from the village and who were educated to repair the fountains. Once a device breaks down, they are able to buy the needed parts and fix it...

    1
  • the colour of water

    shared by wil6ka on 2013-11-18

    I was lucky enough to join Vicuna, his brother Gérard and a bunch of wonderful people on a recent trip to Burkina Faso. This is the first album and an encounter of the Northern town of Nouna. Here, Gérard and his Partners, from the French city of Saint Priest and Germanys Mühlheim, are active in developing aid for more then ten years. One of the prime examples are these fountains, that can be easily used by spinning the wheel and which operate through a closed pipe-system, so the water can not be spoiled or infected through an open part. There is also a clever maintenance system. Villagers pay a small fee for using the fountains, like a flatrate pass. This money goes to technicians, who come from the village and who were educated to repair the fountains. Once a device breaks down, they are able to buy the needed parts and fix it...

    4
  • the colour of water

    shared by wil6ka on 2013-11-18

    I was lucky enough to join Vicuna, his brother Gérard and a bunch of wonderful people on a recent trip to Burkina Faso. This is the first album and an encounter of the Northern town of Nouna. Here, Gérard and his Partners, from the French city of Saint Priest and Germanys Mühlheim, are active in developing aid for more then ten years. One of the prime examples are these fountains, that can be easily used by spinning the wheel and which operate through a closed pipe-system, so the water can not be spoiled or infected through an open part. There is also a clever maintenance system. Villagers pay a small fee for using the fountains, like a flatrate pass. This money goes to technicians, who come from the village and who were educated to repair the fountains. Once a device breaks down, they are able to buy the needed parts and fix it...

    3
  • the colour of water

    shared by wil6ka on 2013-11-18

    I was lucky enough to join Vicuna, his brother Gérard and a bunch of wonderful people on a recent trip to Burkina Faso. This is the first album and an encounter of the Northern town of Nouna. Here, Gérard and his Partners, from the French city of Saint Priest and Germanys Mühlheim, are active in developing aid for more then ten years. One of the prime examples are these fountains, that can be easily used by spinning the wheel and which operate through a closed pipe-system, so the water can not be spoiled or infected through an open part. There is also a clever maintenance system. Villagers pay a small fee for using the fountains, like a flatrate pass. This money goes to technicians, who come from the village and who were educated to repair the fountains. Once a device breaks down, they are able to buy the needed parts and fix it...

    2
  • the colour of water

    shared by wil6ka on 2013-11-18

    I was lucky enough to join Vicuna, his brother Gérard and a bunch of wonderful people on a recent trip to Burkina Faso. This is the first album and an encounter of the Northern town of Nouna. Here, Gérard and his Partners, from the French city of Saint Priest and Germanys Mühlheim, are active in developing aid for more then ten years. One of the prime examples are these fountains, that can be easily used by spinning the wheel and which operate through a closed pipe-system, so the water can not be spoiled or infected through an open part. There is also a clever maintenance system. Villagers pay a small fee for using the fountains, like a flatrate pass. This money goes to technicians, who come from the village and who were educated to repair the fountains. Once a device breaks down, they are able to buy the needed parts and fix it...

    3
  • the colour of water

    shared by wil6ka on 2013-11-18

    I was lucky enough to join Vicuna, his brother Gérard and a bunch of wonderful people on a recent trip to Burkina Faso. This is the first album and an encounter of the Northern town of Nouna. Here, Gérard and his Partners, from the French city of Saint Priest and Germanys Mühlheim, are active in developing aid for more then ten years. One of the prime examples are these fountains, that can be easily used by spinning the wheel and which operate through a closed pipe-system, so the water can not be spoiled or infected through an open part. There is also a clever maintenance system. Villagers pay a small fee for using the fountains, like a flatrate pass. This money goes to technicians, who come from the village and who were educated to repair the fountains. Once a device breaks down, they are able to buy the needed parts and fix it...

    6
  • the colour of water

    shared by wil6ka on 2013-11-18

    I was lucky enough to join Vicuna, his brother Gérard and a bunch of wonderful people on a recent trip to Burkina Faso. This is the first album and an encounter of the Northern town of Nouna. Here, Gérard and his Partners, from the French city of Saint Priest and Germanys Mühlheim, are active in developing aid for more then ten years. One of the prime examples are these fountains, that can be easily used by spinning the wheel and which operate through a closed pipe-system, so the water can not be spoiled or infected through an open part. There is also a clever maintenance system. Villagers pay a small fee for using the fountains, like a flatrate pass. This money goes to technicians, who come from the village and who were educated to repair the fountains. Once a device breaks down, they are able to buy the needed parts and fix it...

    1
  • the colour of water

    shared by wil6ka on 2013-11-18

    I was lucky enough to join Vicuna, his brother Gérard and a bunch of wonderful people on a recent trip to Burkina Faso. This is the first album and an encounter of the Northern town of Nouna. Here, Gérard and his Partners, from the French city of Saint Priest and Germanys Mühlheim, are active in developing aid for more then ten years. One of the prime examples are these fountains, that can be easily used by spinning the wheel and which operate through a closed pipe-system, so the water can not be spoiled or infected through an open part. There is also a clever maintenance system. Villagers pay a small fee for using the fountains, like a flatrate pass. This money goes to technicians, who come from the village and who were educated to repair the fountains. Once a device breaks down, they are able to buy the needed parts and fix it...

    3
  • the colour of water

    shared by wil6ka on 2013-11-18

    I was lucky enough to join Vicuna, his brother Gérard and a bunch of wonderful people on a recent trip to Burkina Faso. This is the first album and an encounter of the Northern town of Nouna. Here, Gérard and his Partners, from the French city of Saint Priest and Germanys Mühlheim, are active in developing aid for more then ten years. One of the prime examples are these fountains, that can be easily used by spinning the wheel and which operate through a closed pipe-system, so the water can not be spoiled or infected through an open part. There is also a clever maintenance system. Villagers pay a small fee for using the fountains, like a flatrate pass. This money goes to technicians, who come from the village and who were educated to repair the fountains. Once a device breaks down, they are able to buy the needed parts and fix it...

    14
  • Concours Lomography x R. Depardon avec le Grand Palais

    written by lomographyfrance on 2013-11-14 in #competitions
    Concours Lomography x R. Depardon avec le Grand Palais

    A l'occasion de l'exposition "Un moment si doux" de Raymond Depardon au Grand Palais, du 14 novembre 2013 au 10 février 2014, nous vous offrons l'occasion de gagner un appareil photo édition limitée La Sardina de Raymond Depardon en édition limitée, des packs de pellicules Lomography, des catalogues de l'exposition et des entrées pour l'exposition. Pour savoir comment participer au concours, lisez l'article !

    24
  • shots from this years beach ultimate tournament…

    shared by bloomchen on 2013-11-09

    the roll i bought was obviously bad stored. pretty grainy and strange colourshifts. just like my 135mm rsx200 and sensia 100 not really what would have expected. it´s pretty annoying to get such results. but i have to admit that some shots do look pretty good anyway.

  • #19105452

    shared by freelancer on 2013-11-08

    If you like my analog fotos, you maybe also like my digitals you can find them here: www.facebook.com/marcusnitschke.photography Just Like it ;-)

    2
  • #19105453

    shared by freelancer on 2013-11-08

    If you like my analog fotos, you maybe also like my digitals you can find them here: www.facebook.com/marcusnitschke.photography Just Like it ;-)

    2
  • shots from this years beach ultimate tournament…

    shared by bloomchen on 2013-11-09

    the roll i bought was obviously bad stored. pretty grainy and strange colourshifts. just like my 135mm rsx200 and sensia 100 not really what would have expected. it´s pretty annoying to get such results. but i have to admit that some shots do look pretty good anyway.

    12
  • #19105454

    shared by freelancer on 2013-11-08

    If you like my analog fotos, you maybe also like my digitals you can find them here: www.facebook.com/marcusnitschke.photography Just Like it ;-)

  • shots from this years beach ultimate tournament…

    shared by bloomchen on 2013-11-09

    the roll i bought was obviously bad stored. pretty grainy and strange colourshifts. just like my 135mm rsx200 and sensia 100 not really what would have expected. it´s pretty annoying to get such results. but i have to admit that some shots do look pretty good anyway.

    2
  • #19105458

    shared by freelancer on 2013-11-08

    If you like my analog fotos, you maybe also like my digitals you can find them here: www.facebook.com/marcusnitschke.photography Just Like it ;-)

    1
  • shots from this years beach ultimate tournament…

    shared by bloomchen on 2013-11-09

    the roll i bought was obviously bad stored. pretty grainy and strange colourshifts. just like my 135mm rsx200 and sensia 100 not really what would have expected. it´s pretty annoying to get such results. but i have to admit that some shots do look pretty good anyway.

    3
  • #19105455

    shared by freelancer on 2013-11-08

    If you like my analog fotos, you maybe also like my digitals you can find them here: www.facebook.com/marcusnitschke.photography Just Like it ;-)

    3
  • #19105456

    shared by freelancer on 2013-11-08

    If you like my analog fotos, you maybe also like my digitals you can find them here: www.facebook.com/marcusnitschke.photography Just Like it ;-)

    3
  • #19104704

    shared by ryszardl70 on 2013-11-08

    9
  • #19105457

    shared by freelancer on 2013-11-08

    If you like my analog fotos, you maybe also like my digitals you can find them here: www.facebook.com/marcusnitschke.photography Just Like it ;-)

  • shots from this years beach ultimate tournament…

    shared by bloomchen on 2013-11-09

    the roll i bought was obviously bad stored. pretty grainy and strange colourshifts. just like my 135mm rsx200 and sensia 100 not really what would have expected. it´s pretty annoying to get such results. but i have to admit that some shots do look pretty good anyway.

  • shots from this years beach ultimate tournament…

    shared by bloomchen on 2013-11-09

    the roll i bought was obviously bad stored. pretty grainy and strange colourshifts. just like my 135mm rsx200 and sensia 100 not really what would have expected. it´s pretty annoying to get such results. but i have to admit that some shots do look pretty good anyway.

    11
  • #19105459

    shared by freelancer on 2013-11-08

    If you like my analog fotos, you maybe also like my digitals you can find them here: www.facebook.com/marcusnitschke.photography Just Like it ;-)

    2
  • #18072822

    shared by donnalibera on 2013-03-21

    3
  • #18741310

    shared by donnalibera on 2013-08-05

    1
  • #18755023

    shared by donnalibera on 2013-08-09

    1
  • #18839910

    shared by donnalibera on 2013-08-29

    2
  • #18831555

    shared by donnalibera on 2013-08-27

    4
  • #18950280

    shared by donnalibera on 2013-09-26

    1
  • #18869099

    shared by donnalibera on 2013-09-05

  • #18981801

    shared by donnalibera on 2013-10-04

    12
  • #19027280

    shared by donnalibera on 2013-10-17

    1
  • #18994725

    shared by donnalibera on 2013-10-09

    4
  • #19019188

    shared by donnalibera on 2013-10-15

    8
  • #19027284

    shared by donnalibera on 2013-10-17

    5
  • #18750409

    shared by donnalibera on 2013-08-08

    4
  • #18750408

    shared by donnalibera on 2013-08-08

    4
  • #18803405

    shared by donnalibera on 2013-08-20

  • #18750410

    shared by donnalibera on 2013-08-08

    9
  • #18869094

    shared by donnalibera on 2013-09-05

    2
  • #19019190

    shared by donnalibera on 2013-10-15

    1
  • #18741294

    shared by donnalibera on 2013-08-05

    1
  • #18901702

    shared by donnalibera on 2013-09-13

    4
  • #18869096

    shared by donnalibera on 2013-09-05

    3