You are currently not logged in, do so now to add comments, like articles as well as photos, submit to competitions, translate articles and gain access to unlimited photo upload! If you are not registered yet, go here to find out more about Lomography and join now! If you just want a limited account for now you can use Twitter or Facebook. We would love to have you as a member here!
47 people like this photo
Liking photos helps us to present the best ones to you and others. 47 people like this photo. 47 people like this photo: jackrohner, ecchymoses, alburnkat, artichekt, why-yu, he-mo, winterschlaefer, sierravictor, bravebird, suizidekid, 1122, aexel, gauthierdumonde, grinningcat, nosilentspring, rik041, kangiha, dakadev_pui, fish300, mikahsupageek, deepfried_goodness, mingkie, wapclub, druid, xerry, javihacefotos, goonies, devildi, fake_plastic_girl, itisanormalname, wuxiong, z790406, nquelhas, papaneleni, maximum_b, allanbendiksen, kja, blueskyandhardrock, mczoum, cryboy, zizi_violetcat, grazie, dimitra, atria007, bloomchen, aton, and tsingtao.
First of about 37 rolls I took on this trip, it's going to take a while to process these and scan them. Jenny and I took a 5 day trip up the coast of Maine on an 1871 schooner called the Lewis R French. This is one of the oldest wooden sailing vessels in the country. Amazing trip, like camping on the ocean. Uncomfortable cabins (broom closets actually) but the food was fantastic and the sights were unbelievable. I'm hoping I might have gotten a few good shots... :)This photo was shot on film. Taken by clickiemcpete with a Lomography Sprocket Rocket (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Ilford XP2 (35mm, 400ISO) film in Camden, Maine, United States. This photo can also be found in the album LewisTheFrench.