Fun Memories of College Field Trips Caught on Film

College is a place of many memories. You meet people with the same interests and quirks and you experience new joys and discover yourselves. You can never have too many good memories.

Boring classes, zombie teachers and trips to Snoozeville, been there, done that! But if there’s anything that makes learning fun are the trips you get to go on! College field trips are a good start for wacky stories and new adventures that’s why they always make such good memories! You get to go to new places with friends and make the most of that experience.

Credits: oodlesoftea, bigmylomo, analogdisplay, kelly_panda, fivedayforecast, natalieerachel, reinertlee, jcgepte, geltona, sunarashine, stonerfairy, iukall, alburnkat, lakandula & -kosmonavt-

It’s not just the places you go to but the trip itself that make it memorable. You recount stories of pranks inside the bus or how you got your picture taken with your mouth wide open while you slept like a log. All in good fun, of course! These photographs from the community capture all the wacky and fun times on field trips during college as well as the amazing destinations.

Make those college memories now and capture them all on film!

This month is dedicated to #MakingMemories with Lomography. Raid your attic, blow the dust off your photo albums, and share your favorite analogue memories with the world. Scan those photos and upload them to Lomography and your social media accounts, using the tags #MakingMemories and #Lomography. It’s time to celebrate the good old days through the magic of analogue photography!

Related galleries:
*Making Memories: Burning the Midnight Oil*
*Making Memories: Man, I love College*
*Graduation Day Moments Captured with the Lomo LC-A and LC-Wide*
*Prom Memories with the Lomo LC A+ and the Lomo LC-Wide*
*Having Fun with Old School Toys and Games*
*Making Memories: Satisfy Your Wanderlust with Film*
*Nostalgic Photos Reminiscent of Childhood*

written by cheeo on 2013-10-10 in #lifestyle #college #makingmemories #field-trip

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