Holga With Colored Flags From Karakoum

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A lot of colored flags are waving in my garden just like in the mystic mountains of Nepal and India, the place where many enjoy wonderful hikes. With my colored Holga in my hands my little Shangri-La was in front of my door as was a little white cat. I though, why don’t I use some of the flags for a Holga tip? I wanted to see the world through a colored flag so I covered my lens with one, a special filter! I hope that these pictures can be appricated by my Lomo friends!

A lot of colored flags are waving in my garden just like in the mystic mountains of Nepal and India, the place where many enjoy wonderful hikes. With my colored Holga in my hands my little Shangri-La was in front of my door as was a little white cat. I though, why don’t I use some of the flags for a Holga tip? I wanted to see the world through a colored flag so I covered my lens with one, a special filter! I hope that these pictures can be appricated by my Lomo friends!

written by klingsor on 2008-08-24 in #news #holga #filter #holga-tips

7 Comments

  1. hanspan
    hanspan ·

    WOW!! i love the texture, and the colour :) makes my eyes happy

  2. knoepflmacher
    knoepflmacher ·

    very very cool. i think 17 is my favorite

  3. superlighter
    superlighter ·

    yeah! amazing!

  4. klingsor
    klingsor ·

    thanks to all, expecially to Lucas and pinknumble for funny abstract (ehm)

  5. kenzoago
    kenzoago ·

    17 is so the favorit
    à!!!

  6. jrjw
    jrjw ·

    17 is so good!

  7. yenny
    yenny ·

    Luv it.. i like to use diff stuff s filter 2 hehe
    \m/

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