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  • Russian Winter. Road.

    shared by abbsound on 2017-01-03

    Variations on a theme «Russian Winter» Camera: Canon EOS 5 Lens: Canon EF 28-105 1:3.5-4.5 USM Film: Oscar Film F100T (Fujifilm Eterna 400T) Scanner: Pakon F235+ Photo taken: 14/10/2016

  • Spirit of Winter

    shared by abbsound on 2017-01-03

    Variations on a theme «Russian Winter» The bell tower in Uglich Kremlin. Uglich. Yaroslavl oblast. Russia. Camera: Canon EOS 5 Lens: Canon EF 28-105 1:3.5-4.5 USM Film: Oscar Film F100T (Fujifilm Eterna 400T) Scanner: Pakon F235+ Photo taken: 09/12/2016 The true value of snowmen long since forgotten. Their modeling of mystical action has become just a fun winter fun. It is assumed that in Russia snowmen revered as spirits of winter, and that to them, offered up a request for assistance, charity and reducing the duration of colds. Perhaps that is why in the "hands" was attached to a broom snowman - so that he could fly up into the sky. It is not excluded that Russia had once believed that the air is populated by celestial maidens, commanded fog, clouds, snow, and so in their honor were held ceremonial rituals, including sculpting snowmen. Most likely, the snowman (snowman) is an ambivalent figure in the archetypal structure of the myth ...

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    shared by pearlgirl77 on 2017-01-03

    Horizon 202 & Kodak Ektar 100 - PRAHA

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    shared by ishifishy on 2017-01-04

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    shared by marcel2cv on 2017-01-04

    Shot at ISO100.

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    shared by marcel2cv on 2017-01-04

    Shot at ISO100.

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    shared by marcel2cv on 2017-01-04

    Shot at ISO100.

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    shared by pearlgirl77 on 2017-01-05

    Belair & 90mm & Fujicolor 100 Super G Plus 09/1997

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    shared by pearlgirl77 on 2017-01-05

    Belair & 90mm & Fujicolor 100 Super G Plus 09/1997

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    shared by crismiranda on 2017-01-06

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    shared by crismiranda on 2017-01-06

    Pacific Ocean

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    shared by stratski on 2017-01-08

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  • Титаник

    shared by antigen on 2016-12-29

  • СССР

    shared by antigen on 2017-01-02

  • Люба

    shared by antigen on 2017-01-02

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  • Assorted Photos of Family, First 3/4 of 20th…

    shared by herbert-4 on 2017-01-01

    Random family photos of family from the first 3/4 of 20th Century, many I can't identify...

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    shared by jean_louis_pujol on 2017-01-02

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    shared by jean_louis_pujol on 2017-01-02

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    shared by pearlgirl77 on 2017-01-02

    LC-A+ & Rollei CR 200

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    shared by pearlgirl77 on 2017-01-02

    LC-A+ & Rollei CR 200

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    shared by pearlgirl77 on 2017-01-02

    LC-A+ & Rollei CR 200

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    shared by pearlgirl77 on 2017-01-02

    LC-A+ & Rollei CR 200

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    shared by pearlgirl77 on 2017-01-02

    LC-A+ & Rollei CR 200

  • #21688765

    shared by why-yu on 2017-01-03

    expired film - Svema Foto 64, old developer

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    shared by why-yu on 2017-01-03

    expired film - Svema Foto 64, old developer

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    shared by why-yu on 2017-01-03

    expired film - Svema Foto 64, old developer

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  • Un tranquillo Natale comasco

    shared by sirio174 on 2017-01-03

    Una serie di foto scattate dalle finestre di casa mia nei giorni precedenti e successivi il Natale 2016. Pochissime e misere le decorazioni sui balconi, nessun albero di Natale allestito, nessun segno di festa. La città invecchia: i giovani, strangolati da stipendi da fame e dal caro affitti (o dalle quotazioni stratosferiche delle abitazioni) abbandonano Como, ed i condomini sono abitati prevalentemente da persone anziane. Un sistema liberal-capitalistico spietato ha distrutto qualsiasi patto tra generazioni, compreso il rinnovamento della popolazione cittadina. Sistema liberale, sistema criminale.

  • «The village of Spas-Angle»

    shared by abbsound on 2017-01-03

  • «The village of Spas-Angle»

    shared by abbsound on 2017-01-03

    Variations on a theme «...with a film across Russia» Camera: Canon EOS 5 Lens: Canon EF 28-105 1:3.5-4.5 USM Film: Oscar Film F100T (Fujifilm Eterna 400T) Scanner: Pakon F235+ Photo taken: 09/12/2016 (cloudy, blizzard, light twilight) The village of Spas-angle part of the rural settlement Kvashenkovskogo Taldomsky Moscow Region, Is 135 kilometers from Moscow.. It used to be part of the Tver province.The first mention of the Savior Coal occurs in pіstsovyh book for 1627 is believed that the village was named after the Church of the Transfiguration and the fact that the village is located on the "corner" of the three provinces: Tver, Moscow and Yaroslavl.Spas-Angle was the generic name of the writer Mikhail Yevgrafovich Saltykov-Shchedrin, who was born in these lands, January 15, 1826 In the post-revolutionary period the estate was confiscated, after a while it burned.Nowadays, in the village of Spas-Angle is acting Saltykov-Shchedrin Museum, which is located in the building of the current church. Spas-Angle - a beautiful and picturesque place that attracts both natural beauty and historical sights.

  • The Village Of Porech'e. Winter landscape.

    shared by abbsound on 2017-01-03

    The village of Porech'e («Riverlands») on the river on the Nerl and in it the Church of the Nativity of the blessed virgin. Russia. Tver region. Kalyazin district. Variations on a theme «Russian Winter» Camera: Canon EOS 5 Lens: Canon EF 28-105 1:3.5-4.5 USM Film: Oscar Film F100T (Fujifilm Eterna 400T) Scanner: Pakon F235+ Photo taken: 09/10/2016

  • #21595366

    shared by yerzmyey on 2016-11-15

    I came back to the US for the 3rd time last weeks and made several photos in various locations (Boston mostly this time, and the bays; but for example the several photos made at dawn have been actually made in Centralia - an abandoned mining settlement). I used the Lomo Konstruktor. Hmmm. Loading the machine is good. Quality of photos is nice, if You're lookin' for something like Diana Mini style (I know I was, so I rather like the outcome). But transporting film in this hellish machine is a nightmare related with constant feeling of destroying the camera. It stops when it wants, it makes bigger and smaller gaps among the photos; finally - if often mix photos together as they're so close each other that they're actually merged. However, if You guys are into such results - it might be a machine for You. So, once again - seems like nobody can defeat Diana Mini in the field of 35mm lo-fi prohography after all, heh... Ah well... It was worth to try.

  • #21595371

    shared by yerzmyey on 2016-11-15

    I came back to the US for the 3rd time last weeks and made several photos in various locations (Boston mostly this time, and the bays; but for example the several photos made at dawn have been actually made in Centralia - an abandoned mining settlement). I used the Lomo Konstruktor. Hmmm. Loading the machine is good. Quality of photos is nice, if You're lookin' for something like Diana Mini style (I know I was, so I rather like the outcome). But transporting film in this hellish machine is a nightmare related with constant feeling of destroying the camera. It stops when it wants, it makes bigger and smaller gaps among the photos; finally - if often mix photos together as they're so close each other that they're actually merged. However, if You guys are into such results - it might be a machine for You. So, once again - seems like nobody can defeat Diana Mini in the field of 35mm lo-fi prohography after all, heh... Ah well... It was worth to try.

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    shared by jean_louis_pujol on 2016-11-15

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    shared by jean_louis_pujol on 2016-11-15

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  • #21597651

    shared by troch on 2016-11-16

    Exploring Fort Casey with @lorrainehealy. Home processed in PMK Pyro, 12.5 minutes

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    shared by troch on 2016-11-16

    Exploring Fort Casey with @lorrainehealy. Kodak E100 VS, expired in 2013. Cross processed Arista C-41

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    shared by pearlgirl77 on 2016-11-17

    Olympus XA3 & Fuji MS 100/1000 - HAMBURG

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    Olympus XA3 & Fuji MS 100/1000 - HAMBURG

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    Olympus XA3 & Fuji MS 100/1000 - HAMBURG

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    shared by pearlgirl77 on 2016-11-17

    Olympus XA3 & Fuji MS 100/1000 - HAMBURG

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    shared by pearlgirl77 on 2016-11-17

    Olympus XA3 & Fuji MS 100/1000 - HAMBURG

  • #21599928

    shared by stratski on 2016-11-17

  • Black Moss (Sweden #7)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-11-07

    Because we arrived super early in Båstnäs I had the place almost for myself. I could explore, I looked for tender glimpses of light in the abandonded car cemetery at the Norwegian border. I looked for these little moments, when technology got overtaken by nature, metal by black moss...

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  • Black Moss (Sweden #7)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-11-07

    Because we arrived super early in Båstnäs I had the place almost for myself. I could explore, I looked for tender glimpses of light in the abandonded car cemetery at the Norwegian border. I looked for these little moments, when technology got overtaken by nature, metal by black moss...

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