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Lomotrip to Brighton, England with the Spinner 360!

A bright and early start for nine dedicated Lomographers as we travelled by train from London Victoria to our favourite seaside location.... Brighton! Oh we do like to spin beside the seaside…oh we do like to spin beside the sea…

There is only one way to capture both of Brightons piers, the sea, the pebbled beach, the sun, the sky and eachother – you’ve guessed it on the Spinner 360 camera!

We walked along the English coastline, we played around with group shots (some sillier than others!) we spun high and we spun low, we captured the bright and beautiful beach huts and the birds that circle the old brighton pier.

Feeling dizzy from all that spinning we headed to OhSo Social for some well desereved drinks and well, fish and chips of course!

No trip to the seaside is ever really complete without a walk along the pier and a stroll through the north laines. Tired from the day, I took this opportunity to snap some shots of our sleepy lomographers (tee hee) see you all on our next Lomotrip!

Don’t miss out on any more fun! Check out our complete August workshop schedule HERE!

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written by golfpunkgirl

4 comments

  1. zipper

    zipper

    And a swim! we are sending the pictures to the lab today! the envelopes have taken their time to get here! but you will see the proof!
    Oh and thanks for the workshop!

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  2. lomographysoholondon

    lomographysoholondon

    great! we're looking forward to seeing them!

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  3. zipper

    zipper

    they finally arrived!!! and there is a proof of swimming! I need a better connexion to upload them, but they are on their way!

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  4. zipper

    zipper

    here we go, the proof: http://www.lomograph(…)os/14134178

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