Here at Lomography any chance to go on a holiday is always a welcome opportunity - not only do we get to unwind and eat like there's no tomorrow, it's also a great chance for all of us to indulge in our Lomography cravings. Thanks for sharing your panoramic holiday snapshots and in return, we'll be sharing 15 piggies to three winners.
Taking a break from the usual trappings of one’s everyday life is always a welcome treat. It’s always nice to get away from your annoying boss who’s driving you nuts or your everyday chores at home. But more than just an opportunity to relax, holidays are also the perfect time for you to start snapping away with your favorite Lomo camera. As you guys never fail to think the same things that we do, you were able to easily come up with your favorite panoramic shots from your holidays and now, we have our winners.
Thank you to all those who made the effort to share their holiday photos, it was tough choosing the winners, so congratulations to the lucky three who will receive 10 fat piggies each and a special award badge from us. Congratulations!
For our winners, please head on to our new Member’s Benefits FAQ section for queries on Piggy Points and further information. Congratulations and thank you for continuously supporting our rumbles!
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