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  • Japanese Red Autumn by Petzval Lens

    shared by gocchin on 2014-12-11

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  • #20176023

    shared by pinkbutterfly on 2014-12-10

  • 6729 - Pentax K1000 - LomoChrome

    shared by linuxbcn on 2014-12-31

  • #20210241

    shared by orangebird on 2014-12-31

    Happy Birthday, Dear My Grandmother!! (My Grandmother is 93 years old.) Photo of the Day 2015-01-11 Thank you! Lomography International http://www.lomography.com/magazine/news/2015/01/11/photo-of-the-day-by-orangebird

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  • #20207844

    shared by daxxfbondoc on 2014-12-30

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  • #20220747

    shared by earlybird on 2015-01-06

  • Arrival to the sacred place

    shared by gakurou on 2015-01-06

    To be continued... (DIANA 75mm Premium glass lens use.)

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  • Hiller Moor

    shared by kleinerkaries on 2015-01-06

    LomoMeeting with frauspatzi, mapix, brommi, zeester, zark and evalina.

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  • The Non-Catholic Cemetery

    shared by ophelia on 2015-01-06

    According to the ecclesiastical laws of the Catholic Church, Protestants can be buried neither in Catholic churches nor in consecrated ground. Nevertheless, burial places for non-Catholics came into use comparatively early in some much-visited Italian harbour cities, such as Livorno (from 1598) and Venice (from 1684). There are also non-Catholic cemeteries in Florence and Bagni di Lucca. The Cemetery for non-Catholics in Rome dates back to at least 1716 when records show that members of the Stuart Court in exile from England were allowed by Pope Clement XI to be buried in front of the Pyramid. Other non-Catholics, many of them young people on the Grand Tour, were also allowed to be buried here. The land then and now is adjacent to two ancient monuments – the Pyramid of Caius Cestius dating to approximately 12 B.C. and the Aurelian city wall - that form an impressive backdrop for the Cemetery. The earliest grave of which traces have been found is that of George Langton, an Oxford graduate, who died in 1738. His remains, covered by a lead shield, were found in 1929 during excavations. The first North American (eighteen year-old Ruth McEvers) was buried in 1803 and in the same year Baron Friedrich Wilhelm von Humboldt, Prussian minister resident in Rome, buried his nine-year-old son Wilhelm. Between 1738 and 1822 more than sixty people were buried in that area. In 1821 the Pope forbade further burials in front of the Pyramid and granted instead an adjoining area of land which was surrounded with a wall (the “New Cemetery”). In 1824 the Holy See gave permission for a protective moat to be dug around the Old Cemetery. The New Cemetery was twice enlarged during the 19th century. The second and last extension in 1894 gave it the dimensions and scale that it occupies today. A chapel was built in 1898. In 1910 a formal agreement with the Mayor of Rome, Ernesto Nathan, defined the Cemetery as culturally important and thus to enjoy special protection. In 1918 it was declared: "Zona Monumentale d’Interesse Nazionale".

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  • #20218797

    shared by sushi_9009 on 2015-01-05

    developed with Kodak D-76 stock (20°/6,75 minutes)

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  • sunday morning at the beach in nice rubberboots

    shared by vikkki on 2015-01-04

    maybe it was too cold and too clammy for my old praktica...after 3 hours the shutter freezes in. Just 17 shots out of 36 of this very nice roll of old Kodak Royal 100.

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  • #20213286

    shared by pinkbutterfly on 2015-01-02

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  • FREQUENCY

    shared by adi_totp on 2015-01-01

  • Hip²

    shared by buckshot on 2015-01-01

    Used my homemade splitzer and the square frame in the back of my LC-Wide.

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  • #20140037

    shared by fruchtzwerg_hh on 2014-11-20

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  • Grunewald walk

    shared by fruchtzwerg_hh on 2014-12-18

  • #20224059

    shared by weedos on 2015-01-08

  • #20222791

    shared by rwins on 2015-01-08

  • Akula Jr.

    shared by akula on 2014-11-09

    Picked up a 1986 Pentax ME at the thrift store for my son - we had fun running film through it.

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  • Miraishin no Oka

    shared by xsara on 2015-01-07

    Horizon S3 Pro / Lomochrome Purple XR 100-400 http://www.kousanji.or.jp/e3sakuhin.htm I think purple film were not suited for this place.

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  • Mamiya RZ67 / Velvia 50

    shared by emkei on 2014-12-17

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  • #20140038

    shared by fruchtzwerg_hh on 2014-11-20

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  • #20163603

    shared by grazie on 2014-12-03

    a few squares during that first week in France

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  • #20232511

    shared by kylethefrench on 2015-01-13

    the lights

  • #20232360

    shared by mariemcnaan on 2015-01-12

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  • #20231590

    shared by klive0420 on 2015-01-12

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  • #20231601

    shared by lowrising on 2015-01-12

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  • walkabout test roll....

    shared by chilledvondub on 2015-01-11

    So here is a quick test roll from my new Leica IIIf which I snapped up a little while ago. This camera is much more challenging than all my other rangefinders however if you nail a shot you definitely do!

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  • #20230767

    shared by antiox on 2015-01-12

    Started the roll in Singapore and finished in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

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  • walkabout test roll....

    shared by chilledvondub on 2015-01-11

    So here is a quick test roll from my new Leica IIIf which I snapped up a little while ago. This camera is much more challenging than all my other rangefinders however if you nail a shot you definitely do!

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  • #20229846

    shared by edmundrt on 2015-01-11

    I have a strange affection for APS, that failed film format. This is the funky Minolta Vectis SLR and Kodak's Advantix BW, which I guess is the same emulsion as T400CN (the predecessor to BW400CN). It's old and grainy, even though I exposed it at 200ISO, but I quite like the outcome, and it was a fun experiment.

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  • #20229745

    shared by devildi on 2015-01-11

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  • #20229564

    shared by mijc on 2015-01-11

  • LC-A+ RL is Back!!

    shared by ekeupratama on 2015-01-11

    I've been using Nikon FM2n for too long, so I give a chance to my beloved RL for show off

  • #20229234

    shared by daxxfbondoc on 2015-01-11

  • #20227700

    shared by grad on 2015-01-10

    Helios 44-2 Lens

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  • #20227135

    shared by devildi on 2015-01-10

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  • #20226596

    shared by masha_njam on 2015-01-09

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  • Namibia

    shared by vikkki on 2015-01-13

    Hardap...on the way to Hardap-dam

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  • #20244530

    shared by kelvin_wx on 2015-01-19

    厦门~我们去植物园,开心的一天!亮宝追着泡泡跑~~

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  • Christmas Cookies :)

    shared by kleeblatt on 2015-01-19

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  • Peles Castle

    shared by aka_papu on 2015-01-20

    Film: Azopan (Made in Romania) Expired: 07/2005

  • COWS

    shared by disdis on 2015-01-20

    This time, I scanned the roll using different kimds of setups

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  • Home again

    shared by oleman on 2015-01-09

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  • #20226423

    shared by evi_g on 2015-01-09

  • January

    shared by adash on 2015-01-22

    Sun and fun

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  • #20250554

    shared by ciricc on 2015-01-22

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  • #20249591

    shared by -dakota- on 2015-01-21

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  • #20249293

    shared by needle76 on 2015-01-21

  • Keep the good moments alive

    shared by gatokinetik-o on 2015-01-20

    Even when it all falls down. Well, photos from a trip i made with wife and kids to a thermal field 300 km south from my city. Good times. Testing my new photometer for the 1st time. Enjoy!

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