Two extraordinary reviews/galleries. Two reviews that could not be more different in style but equal in quality, popularity and "film appeal".
Two extraordinary reviews/galleries. Two reviews that could not be more different in style but equal in quality, popularity and “film appeal.”On the one hand we have a completely pale vintage-gallery of an expired film, on the other hand a very sharp and well exposed black and white album. Both films are well known friends: Fuji Provia and Rollei Retro.
The two galleries have been viewed and commented almost equally and to be honest, it is hard to decide which album I like better: hhjm’s amazing foggy gallery or adamscott’s retro-shots.
So we decided to split the award and give 10 Piggies to each user. Congrats to both of them!
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