• #20967117

    shared by bleau on 2016-01-23

  • 2016.01.11

    shared by h_baba on 2016-02-05

  • 2016.01.25

    shared by h_baba on 2016-02-05

  • #21002925

    shared by yalby on 2016-02-11


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    shared by fontediluce on 2016-02-13

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    shared by yurlo on 2016-02-20

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    shared by yurlo on 2016-02-20

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    shared by yurlo on 2016-02-20

  • Spiral Staircase Triple

    shared by micky_s on 2012-10-11


  • Pronti per un tuffo

    shared by sirio174 on 2012-09-03

    Divertimento e tempo libero a Kesswil

  • Clouds in the Window

    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-06-17

  • Weekend away

    shared by djramsay on 2012-01-26

    first try on a £3 Disderi Robot 3 camera from Hong Kong (free postage lol)

  • Christmas & New Year & chinese lanterns

    shared by kleeblatt on 2015-01-16

  • *

    shared by pearlgirl77 on 2014-11-19

  • more leaves ..

    shared by kleeblatt on 2014-11-25


  • Halframes

    shared by yago56 on 2014-11-25

    from my hometown

  • Tide pools

    shared by ashgowan on 2014-11-25

    I let this film soak in the ocean for 1 hour after the roll was fully exposed

  • 5990 - LC-A - No tengo ni idea Workshop

    shared by linuxbcn on 2014-11-28

  • #20154047

    shared by reizueberflutung on 2014-11-28

  • Cameras on the farm

    shared by akula on 2013-08-16

    Photographed some of my camera collection on a misty Thursday morning.

  • #20156391

    shared by frauspatzi on 2014-11-29


    shared by adi_totp on 2014-12-03

  • #20163161

    shared by locomotoro on 2014-12-03

  • Christmas time in Berlin

    shared by masha_njam on 2014-12-15

  • #20182332

    shared by ilcontrariodime on 2014-12-14

  • #20180339

    shared by deriz on 2014-12-13

  • Horizon Taipei

    shared by kelvin_wx on 2014-12-13

    4th day in Taipei, we walked around and found a interesting "Mini cooper Day" in freedom square.

  • #20179870

    shared by rwins on 2014-12-12

  • Disease

    shared by ophelia on 2014-12-12

    Me....just me in a really bad period of my life. This project helped me a lot to understand that everyone must feel our own feelings and problems. We must fight and learn...and finally feel free. It's s long journey but somewhere we have to start and I decided to start from this.

  • Lomomeeting

    shared by brommi on 2015-01-04

    with zeester, zark, mapix, frauspatzi, evalina and kleinerkaries

  • #20210795

    shared by primula on 2014-12-31

  • #20210241

    shared by orangebird on 2014-12-31

    Happy Birthday, Dear My Grandmother!! (My Grandmother is 93 years old.) Photo of the Day 2015-01-11 Thank you! Lomography International

  • #20209386

    shared by forceusr on 2014-12-30

  • #20220747

    shared by earlybird on 2015-01-06

  • Gaudi's Barcelona

    shared by mafiosa on 2012-12-09

    Some shots of Gaudi Architecture in Barcelona through the lens of my Horizon Perfekt <3

  • The Non-Catholic Cemetery

    shared by ophelia on 2015-01-06

    According to the ecclesiastical laws of the Catholic Church, Protestants can be buried neither in Catholic churches nor in consecrated ground. Nevertheless, burial places for non-Catholics came into use comparatively early in some much-visited Italian harbour cities, such as Livorno (from 1598) and Venice (from 1684). There are also non-Catholic cemeteries in Florence and Bagni di Lucca. The Cemetery for non-Catholics in Rome dates back to at least 1716 when records show that members of the Stuart Court in exile from England were allowed by Pope Clement XI to be buried in front of the Pyramid. Other non-Catholics, many of them young people on the Grand Tour, were also allowed to be buried here. The land then and now is adjacent to two ancient monuments – the Pyramid of Caius Cestius dating to approximately 12 B.C. and the Aurelian city wall - that form an impressive backdrop for the Cemetery. The earliest grave of which traces have been found is that of George Langton, an Oxford graduate, who died in 1738. His remains, covered by a lead shield, were found in 1929 during excavations. The first North American (eighteen year-old Ruth McEvers) was buried in 1803 and in the same year Baron Friedrich Wilhelm von Humboldt, Prussian minister resident in Rome, buried his nine-year-old son Wilhelm. Between 1738 and 1822 more than sixty people were buried in that area. In 1821 the Pope forbade further burials in front of the Pyramid and granted instead an adjoining area of land which was surrounded with a wall (the “New Cemetery”). In 1824 the Holy See gave permission for a protective moat to be dug around the Old Cemetery. The New Cemetery was twice enlarged during the 19th century. The second and last extension in 1894 gave it the dimensions and scale that it occupies today. A chapel was built in 1898. In 1910 a formal agreement with the Mayor of Rome, Ernesto Nathan, defined the Cemetery as culturally important and thus to enjoy special protection. In 1918 it was declared: "Zona Monumentale d’Interesse Nazionale".

  • Arrival to the sacred place

    shared by gakurou on 2015-01-06

    To be continued... (DIANA 75mm Premium glass lens use.)

  • Boxing Day at Ön

    shared by oleman on 2015-01-05

  • Zōni

    shared by xsara on 2015-01-04

    Rollei Rolleiflex 3.5E / Kodak Portra 400

  • Hip²

    shared by buckshot on 2015-01-01

    Used my homemade splitzer and the square frame in the back of my LC-Wide.

  • 2014 has passed and now it's time for us to greet…

    shared by bebopbebop on 2015-01-01

    with style

  • Christmas Day's walk in Limhamn

    shared by oleman on 2015-01-02

  • #20182388

    shared by marta1901 on 2014-12-14

    I'm really happy with the results of this album. I met Deva almost one year ago at a Lomography Party and since then I had in mind to collaborate with her. She's sweeter than she seems to be in the pictures and really easy to work with (and her look, oh her look!) I hope you guys like the results as much as we both do :)

  • Mixed shots

    shared by gregoriobruning on 2012-03-21

    One by the party conference, some of Sabará and Guarituba (like other albuns) and the streets of Curitiba. And, of course, Chopin the Cat.

  • #15935423

    shared by derekfm on 2012-04-28

  • view down to avenida sao luis

    shared by magicbus on 2009-02-23

  • Experimenting Light Painting - first time

    shared by danielnegreiros on 2013-01-17

    Didn't work how i was expecting but it's ok :)

  • double pack

    shared by jorgesato on 2010-05-05

  • Tungsten

    shared by blurry on 2012-05-22

  • Workers Neighborhoods in Colors

    shared by gregoriobruning on 2012-03-02

    These are the same workers neighborhoods of Curitiba: Sabará, Itaqui and Guarituba. First time i used slide film processed in C-41! I liked a lot! This fuji provia iso 100 gives great greens and fine grans! Unfortunately the digitalization is not that good... I think the combination Zenit ET + slide filme cross processed came up to be a very good idea!