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    shared by onkel-m on 2012-07-02

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    shared by onkel-m on 2012-07-02

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  • #16904841

    shared by layoosh on 2012-08-31

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    shared by onkel-m on 2012-07-08

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    shared by onkel-m on 2012-07-08

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    shared by onkel-m on 2012-07-08

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  • Demilitarized zone DMZ

    shared by ihave2pillows on 2013-10-30

    North Korea considered themselves the winner of the Korean War against the "American devils". Our guide could not stop emphasizing the fact that during the height of the conflict, America dropped more than one bomb per citizen to level the city of Pyongyang. The lingering hatred towards Americans is very palpable.

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  • Demilitarized zone DMZ

    shared by ihave2pillows on 2013-10-30

    North Korea considered themselves the winner of the Korean War against the "American devils". Our guide could not stop emphasizing the fact that during the height of the conflict, America dropped more than one bomb per citizen to level the city of Pyongyang. The lingering hatred towards Americans is very palpable.

  • Nampo Dam 西海水閘

    shared by ihave2pillows on 2013-10-01

    Built in 1986, this Nampo Dam over Taedong River is (still) the "Pride" of North Korea. 導遊: 中國也有水壩嗎 ? A guide asked, "Do you also have dams in China ?"

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  • North Koreans

    shared by ihave2pillows on 2014-03-07

    Waiting to hear the story of how North Korea fought against American Imperialism and saved the modern world. Bowing at every statue.

  • North Koreans

    shared by ihave2pillows on 2014-03-07

    Do they know what really is going on?

  • Propagandas everywhere

    shared by ihave2pillows on 2013-09-30

    They chose to use mosaic for the unfading colors.

  • Propagandas everywhere

    shared by ihave2pillows on 2013-10-01

    They chose to use mosaic for the unfading colors. In the eyes of older generation Chinese, this is time travel. China used to look exactly like this 30-40 years ago...

  • Propagandas everywhere

    shared by ihave2pillows on 2013-10-01

    They chose to use mosaic for the unfading colors. In the eyes of older generation Chinese, this is time travel. China used to look exactly like this 30-40 years ago...

  • OBEY

    shared by ihave2pillows on 2013-09-30

    Is the color-shift a metaphor for totalitarian propaganda or Western prejudice?

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  • OBEY

    shared by ihave2pillows on 2013-09-30

    Not allowed to take non-full-sized picture of these statues

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  • They have cameras!

    shared by ihave2pillows on 2013-09-30

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  • #18965660

    shared by ihave2pillows on 2013-09-30

    Me: Did Kim's girlfriend really got executed by a firing squad because she made a soft core porn video? Guide: Would you trust any unverified information released by your enemy?

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  • "Holy Trinity"

    shared by ihave2pillows on 2013-09-16

    When Kim Jong Un goes to NK heaven, he would complete the NK Holy Trinity, of Grand dad, daddy and son. How many innocent people will die before that happens?

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  • To see the world with my own eyes

    shared by ihave2pillows on 2013-09-16

    North Korean school kids gathering at the Pyongyang Train station, getting ready for some national celebration ceremony. Their red scarves, chest pins, attire are all borrowed from the disastrous Cultural Revolution in Communist China.

  • To see the world with my own eyes

    shared by ihave2pillows on 2013-09-16

    My first visit to North Korea. We were not allowed to "interact" with local people. But can they keep an eye on ALL of us 24/7?

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  • 14. Those are sweetcorn, perhaps?

    shared by ihave2pillows on 2013-09-18

  • 11. A world with no commercials

    shared by ihave2pillows on 2013-09-18

    Well ok, that's slowly changing. Ever since NK bought an English beer brewery and moved it into NK, they now actually have something to sell on TV.

  • Tomonoura

    shared by xsara on 2014-02-28

    Mamiya 645E

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  • LC-A #2

    shared by xsara on 2014-02-27

    LC-A

  • LC-A #2

    shared by xsara on 2014-02-27

    LC-A

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  • Paper Saturday

    shared by adash on 2013-11-05

    I hadn't made pinhole shots for a while, but Vasil persuaded me to go out and make several. Most of the photos here are based on his ideas. Visit his lomohome, it's full of cool photos: http://www.lomography.com/homes/atropaworkshop

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  • Paper Saturday

    shared by adash on 2013-11-05

    I hadn't made pinhole shots for a while, but Vasil persuaded me to go out and make several. Most of the photos here are based on his ideas. Visit his lomohome, it's full of cool photos: http://www.lomography.com/homes/atropaworkshop

  • Paper Saturday

    shared by adash on 2013-11-05

    I hadn't made pinhole shots for a while, but Vasil persuaded me to go out and make several. Most of the photos here are based on his ideas. Visit his lomohome, it's full of cool photos: http://www.lomography.com/homes/atropaworkshop

  • Paper Saturday

    shared by adash on 2013-11-05

    I hadn't made pinhole shots for a while, but Vasil persuaded me to go out and make several. Most of the photos here are based on his ideas. Visit his lomohome, it's full of cool photos: http://www.lomography.com/homes/atropaworkshop

  • Paper Saturday

    shared by adash on 2013-11-05

    I hadn't made pinhole shots for a while, but Vasil persuaded me to go out and make several. Most of the photos here are based on his ideas. Visit his lomohome, it's full of cool photos: http://www.lomography.com/homes/atropaworkshop

  • Paper Saturday

    shared by adash on 2013-11-05

    I hadn't made pinhole shots for a while, but Vasil persuaded me to go out and make several. Most of the photos here are based on his ideas. Visit his lomohome, it's full of cool photos: http://www.lomography.com/homes/atropaworkshop

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  • #19002682

    shared by adash on 2013-10-11

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  • King's Cross Journeys

    shared by adash on 2013-10-11

    A spectacular Victorian era family festival at King's Cross: http://www.kingscross.co.uk/journeys

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  • King's Cross Journeys

    shared by adash on 2013-10-11

    A spectacular Victorian era family festival at King's Cross: http://www.kingscross.co.uk/journeys

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  • Gasholder No. 8

    shared by adash on 2013-10-11

    http://www.kingscross.co.uk/open-space-gasholder-no-8

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  • Sweet, Sweet Switzerland: The 007 Goldeneye Bungee Jumping Spot

    written by sirio174 on 2013-08-29 in #world #locations
    Sweet, Sweet Switzerland: The 007 Goldeneye Bungee Jumping Spot

    Dear sweet Switzerland, you're always full of surprises! This time, I will tell you about the first jump that I made ​​from the dam in the Val Verzasca, where the tallest bungee jumping point in Europe is located! It is also the most famous in the world -- in fact, it was where a scene in the movie 007 Goldeneye was filmed! Read more!

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  • 1980 Morris Family Photos, Long Lost

    shared by herbert-4 on 2013-04-08

    Some old Morris family photos from 1980, prints lost, negatives found and scanned. Marc, Gus, Helen, Mom, Lysette, Lucie, Marie, Mary, Joe, Assorted Kids.

  • 1980 Morris Family Photos, Long Lost

    shared by herbert-4 on 2013-04-08

    Some old Morris family photos from 1980, prints lost, negatives found and scanned. Marc, Gus, Helen, Mom, Lysette, Lucie, Marie, Mary, Joe, Assorted Kids.

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  • Aerochrome III Photos at Descanso Gardens, 21…

    shared by herbert-4 on 2013-05-04

    Aerochrome III photos, shot at the Lomomeet at Descanso Gardens on 21 April 2013. False colour infrared.

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  • A Few Montrose Car Show Photos 29 June 2013

    shared by herbert-4 on 2013-06-29

    Here's a few photos from Montrose Car Show. I got there late, and they were closing early, and all the cars were being driven away. It was 102F and very humid, and people were not doing so well, because there was little shade. See thermometer photos. These photos are not Lomographic, but enjoy, anyway.

  • Provateci, è divertentissimo, una sensazione…

    shared by sirio174 on 2013-08-27

    Il bungee jumping della Val Verzasca, 220 metri di salto dalla diga di Tenero-Contra, il più alto (ed il più divertente) d'Europa. Qui ho fatto il mio primo salto, un salto di pura gioia e divertimento.

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  • Jump 2

    shared by akula on 2013-06-16

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  • Ogden Point Victoria and B.C. Ferries

    shared by akula on 2013-06-21

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  • Squirt Gun

    shared by akula on 2013-06-30

    Playing with a squirt gun on my back patio - homage to Larry Clark

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  • Film Swap with Sibu_Sen - 120's

    shared by asharnanae on 2013-08-18

    This was a film swap I did with Sibu_sen a while ago, It took us a while to complete as it was a 64iso film (I love tungsten, it can get in the way of my brain logic) and yes, in winter it can take awhile to shoot, and then I had to develop it... but here we are :) I have scanned the images to show both sets, because they are not lined up correctly... but hey, I had to redscale the film after rewinding it, so Im not that surprised.