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i took these shots last week-end when i played a beach ultimate tournament on the island usedom. but honestly: i have no clue why a few shots are so overexposed.

bloomchen This photo was shot on film. Taken by bloomchen with a Holga 120 CFN (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Fuji Velvia 120 100 film in Karlshagen, Germany. These tags describe this photo: usedom, insel, island, holga, holga cfn, velvia 100, fuji, trees, bäume, eis, icecream, camping, sea, meer, double, dune, düne, stühle, chair, himmel, sky, möwe, bird, vogel, farben, colourful, and overexposed. Date: 2012-06. This photo can also be found in the album my holga got to know usedom.

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  1. julievandoninck

    julievandoninck

    nicd!

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  2. julievandoninck

    julievandoninck

    sorry, nice! :-)

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  3. grazie

    grazie

    Oooh great!

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  4. mapix

    mapix

    nee, sehr gut¡!

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  5. i_am_four-eyes

    i_am_four-eyes

    Yeah, Great shot ! : )

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  6. bloomchen

    bloomchen

    @julievandoninck @grazie @mapix @i_am_four-eyes thank you for nice comment and the likes.

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