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  • Linz im Höhenrausch

    written by a_kep on 2011-08-24 in #world #locations
    Linz im Höhenrausch

    Über den Dächern von Linz schieben sich Touristen und Schulklassen über schmale Holzstege. Die Ausstellung Höhenrausch.2 bietet kein Riesenrad, aber unter dem Motto Luftsprünge und Wasserspiele gibts zumindet angenehme Abkühlung und grandiose Aussichten.

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  • La Sardina!

    shared by natalieerachel on 2011-07-31

    The last couple of trips to the beach of my summer. Farewell until next year!

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    shared by earlybird on 2011-08-22

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    shared by earlybird on 2011-08-22

  • Photobooth strips

    shared by dirklancer on 2010-06-26

    the Art of Waiting is holding a summer contest called "Photobooth". Check it out here: http://www.theartofwaiting.com/photobooth

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    shared by dirklancer on 2010-07-16

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    shared by dirklancer on 2010-07-16

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  • Photobooth strips

    shared by dirklancer on 2010-06-26

    the Art of Waiting is holding a summer contest called "Photobooth". Check it out here: http://www.theartofwaiting.com/photobooth

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    shared by dirklancer on 2011-01-06

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    shared by dirklancer on 2011-04-09

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    shared by dirklancer on 2011-08-24

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  • a little trim

    shared by dirklancer on 2011-08-24

    I took this series in a photobooth in West Edmonton Mall, right beside the waterpark, across from the Antique photo parlour. I used an old bed sheet on my lap and over the floor to catch all the hair, while a friend waited outside, handing me loonies (1 dollar coins). The whole series cost $28 and took just under 1/2 an hour to complete. I learned that you can continue to put in coins and get photos done without waiting for the previous strips to develop, but I'm not sure how far you could push this. Next time, I'm taking a straight razor and a bucket of hot water ;)

  • a little trim

    shared by dirklancer on 2011-08-24

    I took this series in a photobooth in West Edmonton Mall, right beside the waterpark, across from the Antique photo parlour. I used an old bed sheet on my lap and over the floor to catch all the hair, while a friend waited outside, handing me loonies (1 dollar coins). The whole series cost $28 and took just under 1/2 an hour to complete. I learned that you can continue to put in coins and get photos done without waiting for the previous strips to develop, but I'm not sure how far you could push this. Next time, I'm taking a straight razor and a bucket of hot water ;)

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  • a little trim

    shared by dirklancer on 2011-08-24

    I took this series in a photobooth in West Edmonton Mall, right beside the waterpark, across from the Antique photo parlour. I used an old bed sheet on my lap and over the floor to catch all the hair, while a friend waited outside, handing me loonies (1 dollar coins). The whole series cost $28 and took just under 1/2 an hour to complete. I learned that you can continue to put in coins and get photos done without waiting for the previous strips to develop, but I'm not sure how far you could push this. Next time, I'm taking a straight razor and a bucket of hot water ;)

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  • a little trim

    shared by dirklancer on 2011-08-24

    I took this series in a photobooth in West Edmonton Mall, right beside the waterpark, across from the Antique photo parlour. I used an old bed sheet on my lap and over the floor to catch all the hair, while a friend waited outside, handing me loonies (1 dollar coins). The whole series cost $28 and took just under 1/2 an hour to complete. I learned that you can continue to put in coins and get photos done without waiting for the previous strips to develop, but I'm not sure how far you could push this. Next time, I'm taking a straight razor and a bucket of hot water ;)

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  • a little trim

    shared by dirklancer on 2011-08-24

    I took this series in a photobooth in West Edmonton Mall, right beside the waterpark, across from the Antique photo parlour. I used an old bed sheet on my lap and over the floor to catch all the hair, while a friend waited outside, handing me loonies (1 dollar coins). The whole series cost $28 and took just under 1/2 an hour to complete. I learned that you can continue to put in coins and get photos done without waiting for the previous strips to develop, but I'm not sure how far you could push this. Next time, I'm taking a straight razor and a bucket of hot water ;)

  • a little trim

    shared by dirklancer on 2011-08-24

    I took this series in a photobooth in West Edmonton Mall, right beside the waterpark, across from the Antique photo parlour. I used an old bed sheet on my lap and over the floor to catch all the hair, while a friend waited outside, handing me loonies (1 dollar coins). The whole series cost $28 and took just under 1/2 an hour to complete. I learned that you can continue to put in coins and get photos done without waiting for the previous strips to develop, but I'm not sure how far you could push this. Next time, I'm taking a straight razor and a bucket of hot water ;)

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  • Amsterdam

    shared by mephisto19 on 2011-08-25

    holga

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  • Here and there...

    shared by 12_12 on 2011-08-22

    SR+Agfa Precisa+EpsonV500

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  • Krab,Krab,Krab!!!!!

    shared by barakalofi on 2011-08-22

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  • My Favourite. Triple Exposure.

    shared by nishichauhan on 2011-08-20

    Indian craft bazaars are no less than a Lomo heaven for Lomoheads like me. Oh! The colours!

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  • Wicker Colours

    shared by nishichauhan on 2011-08-20

    Indian craft bazaars are no less than a Lomo heaven for Lomoheads like me. Oh! The colours!

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  • The Right Angle

    shared by nishichauhan on 2011-08-20

    Indian craft bazaars are no less than a Lomo heaven for Lomoheads like me. Oh! The colours!

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    shared by bccbarbosa on 2011-08-21

    La Sardina test roll

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    shared by bccbarbosa on 2011-08-21

    La Sardina test roll

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    shared by bccbarbosa on 2011-08-21

    La Sardina test roll