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  • #13373260

    shared by derekfm on 2011-05-22

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  • Tommy

    shared by ck_berlin on 2010-11-26

    Ein paar ältere Sachen vom Dezember 2008. Ich hatte die Kiev noch nicht so lange und musste mit den Erweiterungsringen für Makros und Portraits etwas rumspielen.

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  • #13151144

    shared by endowaty on 2011-04-25

  • #13924909

    shared by satomi on 2011-08-01

    It wasn't meant to be the "creepy" theme at first, but many came out creepy from the batch, so I changed my direction and started the series of "nightmare" self portrait series.

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  • Some portraits

    shared by nicksholga on 2010-03-19

    Shot for BW photo class.

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  • #14537114

    shared by atria007 on 2011-10-24

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  • Nikon F3 & Lomo X-Pro 100 Slide

    shared by fornoise on 2011-05-06

  • Feb 13, 2009

    shared by scorpie on 2009-04-19

    testing the macro lens on the book i'm currently reading

  • Jess reading a book in the grass

    shared by wilfbiffherb on 2010-09-03

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  • Quack

    shared by natalieerachel on 2011-10-09

    My first roll of Sensia; loved it! Some photos were way over exposed, but that might've been my fault with the camera. In any case, I still loved the way they turned out!

  • #13852264

    shared by bravebird on 2011-07-22

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  • #11131870

    shared by ak47lomogurl on 2010-03-19

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  • #4391817

    shared by iara_carvalho on 2009-07-10

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  • Eternity

    shared by pepper-b on 2011-09-10

    Developed in Tetenal C41 Kit. Epson V500 Scanner.

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  • #14193303

    shared by bravebird on 2011-09-06

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  • Nature IR

    shared by h_hache on 2011-09-19

  • Vista

    shared by brendamanthe on 2011-04-09

    Nature near the VLA

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  • #11499810

    shared by bccbarbosa on 2010-06-28

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  • Spooky Trees

    shared by sandkorn on 2006-06-12

    .

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  • #2893913

    shared by stouf on 2009-06-24

    (1) Go to the 'Where is this' google map at the bottom right. (2) Drag and drop the little yellow guy at the centre of the blue circle. (3) turn your 'head' and here's the tree ! : )

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  • Eternity

    shared by pepper-b on 2011-09-10

    Developed in Tetenal C41 Kit. Epson V500 Scanner.

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  • #11242737

    shared by mrosy on 2010-04-21

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  • Horse (lovely)

    shared by goldie on 2008-10-02

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  • walk on the clouds

    shared by jeabzz on 2010-01-08

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  • Lazy baby

    shared by natalieerachel on 2011-10-18

    Took the Nikon with my on the Mariner's Ridge hike; it was beautiful up there, as you can tell. The textures of nature are so interesting! I finished up the roll at home with my kitty and other miscellaneous objects.

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  • giants

    shared by eskimofriend on 2011-04-25

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  • bloom to blossom

    shared by eskimofriend on 2011-04-22

    sensia always does the nature good...

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  • bloom to blossom

    shared by eskimofriend on 2011-04-22

    sensia always does the nature good...

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  • Oh God, there's a cat swimming in the sky!

    shared by ilfrusta on 2011-03-31

    I was thinkin' about the best way to express not just my idea of energy, but also my IDEAL energy. My cat, in one of its powerful expressions, suggested me that ENERGY IS IN THE NATURE, in each and every creature. We got the power.

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  • Nature

    shared by shoujoai on 2011-03-08

    First color infrared film with an orange filter

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  • Nature -buildings and friends

    shared by disdis on 2011-05-11

    The spring came and we went out for a walk. Not too many pictures but I enjoyed nature

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  • Nature -buildings and friends

    shared by disdis on 2011-05-11

    The spring came and we went out for a walk. Not too many pictures but I enjoyed nature

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  • #11260935

    shared by xdinx on 2010-04-26

  • #302457

    shared by weechonghooi on 2009-04-25

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  • Macro.

    shared by tumbler on 2011-02-04

    A couple of weeks ago, I rediscovered my old Praktica Super TL1000 and remembered that I still had some macro conversion lenses that fitted its 50mm lens. So I popped a roll of Kodak Tri-X in and started shooting round the house.

  • Macro.

    shared by tumbler on 2011-02-04

    A couple of weeks ago, I rediscovered my old Praktica Super TL1000 and remembered that I still had some macro conversion lenses that fitted its 50mm lens. So I popped a roll of Kodak Tri-X in and started shooting round the house.

  • Converse

    shared by brucelython on 2011-08-17

  • #13315811

    shared by bccbarbosa on 2011-05-16

    Gracias por hacerme flotar... junto a ti.

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  • #14329430

    shared by bravebird on 2011-09-25

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  • Portrait of a Woman

    shared by hellokait on 2011-08-14

    Dreaming, if used carefully and intelligently, inspires us to create and understand more about ourselves. May we all keep dreaming until our last days

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  • people in lisbon

    shared by elisss on 2011-06-14

    Still embarrassed in taking pictures of people. These are the few results from my trip in Lisbon.

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  • apocalypso

    shared by superlighter on 2010-03-18

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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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  • ..EIR

    shared by jennson on 2011-08-02

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

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  • #11136295

    shared by sandkorn on 2010-03-20

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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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  • Balloon Race II

    shared by megs79 on 2010-09-23

    Underexposed multi layered photo. I can imagine there is a true sense of wonder and isolation soaring above the clouds in a baloon looking down on Earth. There are a lot of reasons this lomograph is one of my favorites. It is my most popular lomograph. It is a double exposure and I love doubles. I also love hot air balloons and hope to one day ride in one.

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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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  • #11136297

    shared by sandkorn on 2010-03-20

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  • #6261448

    shared by sandkorn on 2009-12-21

    Dippemess is a tradition which dates back to the 14th century. At that time, the Maamess, as it was then called, was a medieval market for domestic articles. Potters from the Westerwald, Kannebäckerland and Urberach came here to sell their wares, especially their ceramic bowls and pots. These were known in the Frankfurt dialect as 'Dippe' from which the event soon took its name. Over the years, more and more fairground booths and popular attractions joined the market as well. The Dippemess today is Frankfurt’s largest fair and a lot of fun :)

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