Take either photographs or a quick nap. Nothing beats relaxing in a park after a long tiring day! Congratulations triky76 for taking our Photo of the Day!
Take nothing but pictures, kill nothing but time. Well, if you’ve got a place that looks like this, then why not do both? Community user triky76 breathes in the moment and shot this analogue snap to get us drooling over the beauty of nature and make our trigger fingers itch in one go. This photo was taken using a Canon EOS 300 loaded with *Lomography Color Negative 400* film. You can find more photos like this in this album. Trees and flowers never looked so good.
Congratulations to triky76 for winning Photo of the Day!
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