Time to lay out your toughest, candidly creative two-player sports/game shots! Make sure that it's a game for two - because Solitaire's definitely not the only game in town!
Our winner for the I Saw the Sign rumble, li’l mizzfonky has been torturing her braincells to come up with our next theme, and she’s all heart for this one. “Two can play that game” is all about the thrill of playing for fun with good friends and company. Whether it be a tough game of basketball or snooker, extreme ping pong, tennis or a frisbee extravaganza, show us what you’ve got and put a winning smile to your lomohome!
Time to lay out your toughest, candidly creative sports/game shots! Make sure that it’s a game for two – because Solitaire’s definitely not the only game in town!
The winner gets a lomobadge for his/her lomohome and gets to choose the next user rumble theme
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Any analogue camera not digitally manipulated
Submissions must be at least 768px in either width or height.
By submitting your photos to this rumble, you allow Lomography.com to use your submitted photos for promotional purposes.
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