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Obviously water is an important thing in the world. On a small scale - without water you wouldn't be able to have your daily morning coffee or coke.. And on a large scale.. well, just think about all the oceans drying out, what would happen to the world? For me, this whole water thing is a personal connection - I'm thinking of Finland and its thousands of lakes. I love Finland for its nature, and the many lakes and rivers add a huge deal to that beauty. It's simply fantastic to spend your sunsets sitting on a pier with a glass of wine next to your special someone.. and of course, it's also a place to have some fun ;) I'm just thinking life would be REALLY boring without this.

xxxanderrr This photo was shot on film. Taken by xxxanderrr with a Lomography Diana F+ (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Agfa RSX II film in Lahti, Finland. These tags describe this photo: x-pro, cross, cross process, c41, c-41, expired, slide, water, lake, splashing, blue, sky, pier, happy, smiles, and fun. Date: 2011-07. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album [Diana F+] Land Of A Thousand Lakes - Agfa RSX II.


  1. mr-scruffles


    WOW, this is brilliant, your overlay of the double exposure is perfection itself..

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  2. lastexille


    kak zhe zdorovo!
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