In Russia it is most probably snowing and well below zero but that's has never prevented the locals from venturing outside, of course with a traditional hat on their heads!
In Russia it is most probably snowing and well below zero but that’s has never prevented the locals from venturing outside, of course with a traditional hat on their heads!
For this rumble we want to see your Russian hats! Available from all sorts of mysterious sources – grannies, flea markets, or off the back of a truck!
Russian hats – large or small, old or new
The best 10 pictures get 10 piggies each!
10 picture upload limit
As Orthodox Russian celebrate Christmas on the 6th of January we are keeping this rumble going until then
At Lomography we are celebrating the Russian Winter this year (until January the 6th) which is why we are throwning in a little treat to all that come clad in a Russian hat and visit one of our Lomography Gallery Stores
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