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Show Your Stash, gepo1303!

Welcome back to another edition of Show Your Stash! For this week, let's check out gepo1303's stash during his trip to Iceland.

Name: Georg Pönsgen
LomoHome: gepo1303
Location: Eupen, Belgium

Please tell us a little about yourself.

My name is George, I’m from the German-speaking community of Belgium and live at the heart of the European area. I work in Germany as a regional manager for a mobility engineering company. I’ve been an enthusiast Lomographer for more than 10 years now.

Photo by gepo1303

What have you got planned today and where are you going?

For my stash, I chose to feature the things I took with me for my trip to Reykjavik, Iceland in April 2014.

Please itemize everything and tell us why you’re bringing each of them, or why they’re special.


Lomography Sidekick TPE Bag: This bag is big enough for several cameras, functional and stylish. And I love the 2-in-1-Design.


Lomo LC-Wide: I always take at least one handy and robust Lomo LC-camera with me. This time I chose the camera with the wide-angle lens. But my LC-A remains my really true companion. For me the LC-A is the foundationof Lomography.

Horizon Perfect: I love this clumsy camera. Many people address me because of my Horizon…always nice and memorable encounters. For me it’s the perfect choice for the Icelandic landscape.

Holga 120 SF: I wanted to make a subtle distinction by choosing this nice medium format camera. I especially love to use 120 color slide films with this camera. Pure fun!

Film: Five-day film consumption (OMG):

35mm Film:
2x Chrome 200D
1x Color Implosion 100
1x DM Paradies 400
1x Fuji Sensia 100
2x Fuji Superia 200
1x Lomo X-Pro Chrome 200

120 Film:
1x Fuji Astia 100F
1x Fuji Provia 100F
1x Kodak Ektachrome 64
2x Lomo X-Pro Chrome 200
2x Lomo Color Negative 100
4x Lomo Color Negative 400

Other Stuff/Miscellaneous:

Lens cleaning pen, microfiber cleaning cloth, city guide Reykjavik, four color pens (Bic), CD marker (red), woolen hat, cell phone, corn bar and (of capital importance) my Moleskine-notebook.

For each vacation trip I make a new souvenir book: I always use therefore a (little black) classic Moleskine Notebook. It captures all my holiday memories: diary, admission tickets, boarding cards, receipts,…

Icelandic souvenirs brought home:

Brennivin (Islandic Schnaps), whoolen hat, 3 CDs (Samaris, Mammut, Asgeir Trausti), 3 stones, a stylish picture book (Reykjavik rocks), candy.

Here are some photos from the said trip:

Thanks to gepo1303 for showing his stash and sharing his analogue adventure!

Wanna show off your stash? E-mail jill.radovan@lomography.com with your analogue essentials and you could be our next featured film photographer!

written by jillytanrad


  1. roxyvonschlotterstein


    First, ÁSGEIR, I love him, how great you featured him here!!! Secondly, my little notebook about the films I used look similar. Great interview, dear @gepo1303.

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  2. herbert-4


    Congratz @gepo1303 0n wonderful interview and collections, and gallery!!

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  3. neanderthalis


    @gepo1303 I am getting ready to take a trip myself and am putting together my camera bag. Nice inspiration.

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  4. ajarem


    Seeing your wonderful pics makes me wanna travel to Iceland even more. Beautiful photos, @gepo1303!
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  5. sara81


    Netter Artikel mit tollen Fotos!

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  6. akula


    Iceland is cool - nice shots.

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  7. shoujoai


    Iceland!! My favorite Lomolocation :D I'll be going there again in september and hopefully see some northern lights again. Nice stash @gepo1303 !

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  8. shoujoai


    Ps: Brennivin is disgusting! :O only rotten shark must be worse...

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