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Analogue Day Activity: Get Lost In Your Own City

In celebration of all things analogue, consider this fun offline endeavor today: go to a part of your city you've never explored before!

There are just those times when you feel like going on a little adventure but don’t know where to go, or those times when you just don’t have the time, money or energy to embark on a major trip. So here’s a simple solution to that conundrum: get lost in your own town!

You might think that you know your neighborhood or city like the back of your hands, but some secret spots or hidden gems can still be found with a bit of urban exploration. Forget about maps or GPS. All you need is your trusty camera, a partner in crime, and a thirst for adventure! Expect the unexpected and be open to all possibilities.

So on Analogue Day, go out and get lost in your own city!

How do you make your life a little bit more analogue with each day’s passing? Aside from these Analogue Day Activities we’ve been sharing, why don’t you inspire your fellow lomographers as we inch closer to the worldwide Film Photography Day celebrations and share with us your own stories? Remember, you can also schedule your own meet-ups for the big event, show your analogue life through an awesome video, and profess your love for all things analogue with some of your best snaps!

written by denisesanjose

5 comments

  1. denisesanjose

    denisesanjose

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  2. cryboy

    cryboy

    Yeahhhh thanks thanks!!!

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  3. segata

    segata

    Im forever doing this more so in london these days than stevenage as mostly whats left is only really safe in a car, you never know what you will find when you take a left when you would normally take a right :)

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  4. kangiha

    kangiha

    hey thanks! Cheers!

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  5. alvaro_diso

    alvaro_diso

    @denisesanjose thank you so much! ;)

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