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Trip to Neuf Brisach

Trip to Neuf Brisach

We went to Freiburg once again and took a little trip to Neuf Brisach near the french border. A nice little town, but the shots turned out a bit creepy with the Lady Grey film.

moodification This photo was shot on film. Taken by moodification with a Lomography Diana F+ (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Lomography Lady Grey film in Neuf Brisach, France. These tags describe this photo: 55 mm lens, bw, lady grey, diana f+, neuf brisach, france, creepy, and tree. Date: 2012-02-12. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Creepy Little Town.

6 comments

  1. lilithmoon

    lilithmoon

    Great!

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  2. troch

    troch

    Lovely album!

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  3. borg_koenigin

    borg_koenigin

    Think it's not the film but the lens that makes it creepy

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  4. chiara-parisi

    chiara-parisi

    This are really cool photos! I went to Freiburg when I was 5 so I don't remember anything :D

    about 2 years ago · report as spam
  5. turikan78

    turikan78

    Könnte aus einem Tim Burton Film stammen...

    5 months ago · report as spam
  6. moodification

    moodification

    @turikan78: Das habe ich auch gedacht, als ich davor stand ...

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