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  • Portraits of Innocence: Babies and school kids I met on a hiking trip in Nepal

    written by orchid on 2013-08-23 in #lifestyle
    Portraits of Innocence: Babies and school kids I met on a hiking trip in Nepal

    Read about a lomographer's short account of hiking trip in Nepal, where the source of motivation to walk miles and climb mountains lies in the comfort of the innocent babies' and and school children's faces met on the trail.

  • Be Magical at Tokyo Disneyland!

    written by orchid on 2012-05-31 in #world #locations
    Be Magical at Tokyo Disneyland!

    A fun lomography day at one of the most magical places on Earth, Tokyo Disneyland! Call it peer pressure, but after much convincing I finally gave in and joined my colleagues on spending a day with Mickey Mouse and company at Tokyo Disneyland. To be honest, I wasn't that interested, thinking that Disneyland was just for kids, but boy, was I dead wrong.

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  • Introducing Japan in Black and White

    written by orchid on 2012-05-25 in #world #locations
    Introducing Japan in Black and White

    A black-and-white journey to one of the most photographed nations in the world. From the pink cherry blossom petals, to the red lanterns at the Shinto shrines, to the cute and funny, blue robotic cat called Doraemon, and let’s not forget the plaid school girl uniforms, Japan is truly a colorful country.

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  • Letters to Diana Mini, My Constant Companion

    written by orchid on 2012-04-10 in #lifestyle
    Letters to Diana Mini, My Constant Companion

    I'm sharing with everyone a collection of letters addressed to my first film camera, a white Diana Mini. These letters detail how a year has passed, the events in my life in Japan, and how Diana Mini has been my constant companion.

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  • Portraits of Strangers: The Faces of Anti-Nuke Protest

    written by orchid on 2012-03-28 in #lifestyle
    Portraits of Strangers: The Faces of Anti-Nuke Protest

    Last March 11, 2012 marks the one year anniversary of the Great 9.0 magnitude earthquake that claimed more than 15,000 lives. Armed with Holga135bc loaded with Kodak Portra400, I roamed the street of Tokyo, fighting my way among tons of photographers to see how the people remember the unforgettable 3.11 tragedy.

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  • Am I Too Old for Lomography?

    written by orchid on 2012-03-20 in #lifestyle
    Am I Too Old for Lomography?

    Read about the thoughts of a thirty-something engineer based in Tokyo on the correlation of age, Lomography, and the realization of doing something you love other than a 12 hours a day job.

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