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  • #11826337

    shared by chalchiuhtlicue on 2010-09-17

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    shared by chalchiuhtlicue on 2012-01-09

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  • #14397962

    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-10-04

    I felt like I knew her now, at least as well as one could. She was sensitive yet easy to be with, not the fickle, high maintenance girl I'd imagined. She always forgave my clumsiness. I understood that she had others, she gave her love so freely, so innocently, that I couldn't be jealous. I was happy to visit them and try and catch a glimpse of her. After all I knew, somewhere in the back of my mind, that she was as transient as life itself, and when she was gone, she would be gone forever.

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  • #14669412

    shared by chalchiuhtlicue on 2011-11-10

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  • parque do ibirapuera - auditório

    shared by -alia- on 2012-02-29

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  • #18029976

    shared by p60628 on 2013-03-12

  • midtown

    shared by cc-in-paris on 2012-07-06

    photos of the un-official beginning of Summer - Memorial Day weekend!

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  • Gorgeous view

    shared by natalieerachel on 2011-12-06

    Went on a hike with my dad, and changed our course three times. Finally, we decided to hike partway up the back of Koko Head. I forgot how wide the Fisheye lens actually was and over compensated for a lot of shots. It was a cloudy morning so the pictures aren't very happy looking. But I still had a great time!

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  • Great day!

    shared by natalieerachel on 2012-08-27

    Family camp at Pu'ukahea! Awesome day paddle boarding with my friends :)

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  • Walking the Waikiki strip

    shared by natalieerachel on 2012-09-12

    Haven't gotten a chance to use my lovely Horizon in a while, so I took it with my to church camp and around Waikiki :) Love the results, except for the strange blue lines that go across some of the photos...anyone know what that's from?

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  • #6171544

    shared by ericeast on 2009-11-11

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  • Untitled

    shared by ericeast on 2010-05-27

    N/A

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  • #18054817

    shared by matej_mjaw on 2013-03-17

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    shared by chalchiuhtlicue on 2013-03-19

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    shared by cruesi on 2010-04-28

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  • ..EIR

    shared by jennson on 2011-08-02

    first try in Color Infrared ..and definitely not the last!

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  • Plenty To Smile About

    shared by denisesanjose on 2013-03-21

    The first three rolls from my 2010 film renaissance aka the year I went back to shooting in 35mm!

  • Go Skateboarding Day 2011

    shared by icuresick on 2012-03-06

    late post haha

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  • #6285883

    shared by lakandula on 2010-01-04

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  • at Waterfront

    shared by zonderbar on 2013-03-19

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  • more balloons

    shared by vici on 2011-09-17

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  • #11499724

    shared by bccbarbosa on 2010-06-28

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  • #11932394

    shared by elede on 2010-10-09

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  • Sagrada Família de Gaudí (Barcelona)

    shared by fafascinado on 2010-11-12

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  • Back To Basics: Aperture and Depth of Field

    shared by megustastu on 2010-04-04

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  • #15491682

    shared by megustastu on 2012-03-02

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  • #14782520

    shared by felipemendes on 2011-11-25

  • POOL

    shared by bdcelio on 2010-02-28

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  • #16058877

    shared by grazie on 2012-05-14

    The Sprocket Rocket in Sta. Monica then at the Arts District :)

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  • cartwheel

    shared by werriston on 2011-09-13

    I never think of myself as a water person. When people ask "Are you a beach person?" or "Are you a water person?" the more sardonic part of me wants to reply by informing them that the human body is about 60% water, so we are, in fact, all "water people", myself included — we literally cannot exist without it. Usually though, I respond by stating that, although I'm very fond of the ocean, for example, I'm only fond of it in the sense that I like knowing it's nearby. The thought is comforting somehow. But even though I quite like living close enough to the sea to look out at it, or breathe in the salt air, or listen to the waves lap at the shore at nights, I'm not really sure what to do with the ocean. I'm an animal of the inner city. I live amongst the power lines and alleyways and hole-in-the-wall cafes and bars; rooftop gardens and dirty gutters. I like looking for beauty in the decaying concrete jungle, and the only swimming I do seems to be in the mountains of work that pile up around me. Having said that, I'm also a traveler. If not by design then out of necessity. And looking back over my lomographs it's suddenly clear to me how much water I've crossed on my travels, and how much time I've spent on the sandy edges of continents — sipping cocktails while the sun goes down, or marvelling at bikini-clad beauties, or throwing frisbees, or spearing calamari. Once I had to drive speedboats for a children's tv show I was in. I wish I had some pictures of that... So what would I miss the most about water if it was suddenly and inexplicably taken away? That's an easy one: Life. And I don't mean existence — the two are different things. I don't just mean waking up in the morning, opening your eyes and breathing the air into your lungs — I mean living; diving headfirst into a crashing wave at Maroubra, feeling a bite on the end of your fishing line at Cape Leveque, watching the sun rise over Lake Michigan, cartwheeling down Huntington Beach. Water is life.

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  • #11060760

    shared by j_robert on 2010-02-25

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  • Walt Disney Concert Hall

    shared by vicuna on 2011-02-03

    Amazing building by Frank Gehry

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  • #6158771

    shared by warning on 2009-11-06

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  • señoras que hacen de la playa el salón de su casa

    shared by frankiko on 2010-01-04

    Tan ricamente, sentadita en la playa, de tertuia... "pues, sí, parece que se ha nublado la cosa!"

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  • #12021801

    shared by eskimofriend on 2010-10-26

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  • #6013860

    shared by star-pixie on 2009-09-04

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  • #6157890

    shared by lomoteddy on 2009-11-06

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  • Madrid and Toledo

    shared by mafiosa on 2012-12-07

    A mixed selection of colour photos from Madrid and Toledo. I had a great time visiting these incredible cities with @atria007. Thanks again <3

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  • Paris

    shared by mafiosa on 2012-12-18

    Paris <3

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  • Balloons

    shared by mafiosa on 2012-01-26

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  • Tulip Squares and Sprockets

    shared by mafiosa on 2012-05-24

    Mid may and Spring has just arrived in Calgary. I shot these tulips at Olympic Plaza using various films. I really love the Velvia and Agfachrome results.

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  • Eiffel Tower

    shared by mafiosa on 2012-12-18

    Eiffel Tower, Paris, November 2012

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  • Eiffel Tower

    shared by mafiosa on 2012-12-18

    Eiffel Tower, Paris, November 2012

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  • Eiffel Tower

    shared by mafiosa on 2012-12-18

    Eiffel Tower, Paris, November 2012

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  • paulista

    shared by xaviru on 2011-07-08

    na avenida mais famosa da cidade

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  • Double with my idol - trashpilotin

    shared by dakadev_pui on 2012-03-22

    http://www.lomography.com/homes/trashpilotin

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  • First roll of Kodak Aerochrome

    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-09-13

    I was introduced to her by some friends and it was love at first sight. I knew I had to make her mine. So I took her out in the countryside in the late summer sun to get to know her better. As we walked I realised I didn't even know her name, so she leaned in close and whispered....Aerochrome.

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  • Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth

    shared by mafiosa on 2011-07-21

    Some more shots from the 2011 Calgary Stampede with my Sprocket Rocket.

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  • Louvre

    shared by sebastianerras on 2011-09-21

    I tested a new film - the Fuji T64 and I love it. It's more blueish and more contrasty than the Astia 100F. ------ www.analogue-love.com --------

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