If you find yourself amused every time you browse the Lomography site with photos of different colours and of insane contrasts, leaving you all in awe and bewildered at the same time! That sometimes you think clicking the ‘like’ won’t really suffice or truly express how much you adore that certain shot! So what to do at times like these?
Why not Comment Your Caption, then?
So how it works? Easy! We gathered the best 5 photos of the past weeks here and it’s up to you to supply a caption for them by simply going the photo’s link and comment your literary masterpiece under it! We will be putting comment markers on each photo so you know if you’re caption(s) is in for the running for this rumble!
5 winners will be selected (one per photo) and the chosen winners will get 5 piggies each, complete with badges!
Participants can only comment his caption once per photo, multiple comments will result to disqualification
Please enclose your caption with double (“…”) quotation marks
Owners of the selected shots for captioning are also encouraged to join
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