Lomo Goes Undercover in Latvia!

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Communism may of fallen but secret agents still lurk the streets of Riga!

Lomo Agent Infinity was waiting for call from the Boss. Lomo Agent Bark-Bark kept an eye on perimeter.

They received the coordinates, and started to move…

Lomo Agent Nr.2 was feeding the ducks at this time. The phone vibrated, a new message: “Bus.” Nr.2 went to the bus stop!

At central train station Infinity received another call.

15 minutes later they met on the bridge. There was a lock and they had to find the key!

Oh No – the police noticed them!

They had to figure something quick – they had to split…

Nr.2 hid the key in Bark-Bark’s collar, and Bark-Bark started to run.

Nr.2 & Infinity also left immediately.

They jumped on a tram

and went to nearest shopping center to change their look

– now they looked like tourists!

Bark-Bark made his way to point B with the precious Key

He was careful, and without being noticed he managed to take the Key to the destination – Agent Angel!

Mission Completed!

This mission took place on the streets of Riga, Latvia. The story and shooting was organized by the local Lomographic Community. See their website for more information about their activities.

written by lucasjakobsson on 2009-05-06 in #news #city #latvia #mission #lomo-agents #lomowall

11 Comments

  1. mattcharnock
    mattcharnock ·

    BRILLIANT! I love this kind of stuff!

  2. halfawakehaiku
    halfawakehaiku ·

    cool story

  3. breakphreak
    breakphreak ·

    BRILLIANT idea indeeD! :)

  4. dogma
    dogma ·

    Nice! :) i love it

  5. eyecon
    eyecon ·

    If somebody wants to see Bark Bark´s Boss - check my Dogs Album - :)
    Superagent Sib. "Cooll" Husky - the spy from Siberia, formerly working for the KGB.

  6. deng
    deng ·

    Loveee

  7. monoflow
    monoflow ·

    so cute!!!

  8. stouf
    stouf ·

    Ahaha awesome ! I'd like a dog like that !

  9. ethermoon
    ethermoon ·

    really really great idea!!!!

  10. neja
    neja ·

    great stuff! I think I know who did this:)

  11. -a-l-b-e-r-t-o-
    -a-l-b-e-r-t-o- ·

    Great

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