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  • #21361197

    shared by vadary on 2016-08-02

  • Instant Müritz-Nationalpark

    shared by bnjmn on 2016-08-03

    #ip, #impossible, #impossibleproject, #polaroid

  • Langeais & Villandry, France | July 2016

    shared by roxyvonschlotterstein on 2016-08-03

    Langeais and Villandry are very beautiful places in the Loire Valley and worth a visit.

  • Langeais & Villandry, France | July 2016

    shared by roxyvonschlotterstein on 2016-08-03

    Langeais and Villandry are very beautiful places in the Loire Valley and worth a visit.

  • Langeais & Villandry, France | July 2016

    shared by roxyvonschlotterstein on 2016-08-03

    Langeais and Villandry are very beautiful places in the Loire Valley and worth a visit.

  • Langeais & Villandry, France | July 2016

    shared by roxyvonschlotterstein on 2016-08-03

    Langeais and Villandry are very beautiful places in the Loire Valley and worth a visit.

  • #21364812

    shared by oleman on 2016-08-04

    With summer guests (children and grandchildren) out in the archipelago

  • Loches & Château de Chenonceau, France | July 2016

    shared by roxyvonschlotterstein on 2016-08-04

    Perfect subjects, perfect conditions, perfect film. Love the Acros Neopan!

  • finally

    shared by kylethefrench on 2016-08-05

    backhand

  • finally

    shared by kylethefrench on 2016-08-05

    backhand

  • White Rock Beach Vancouver B.C.

    shared by akula on 2016-08-05

    White Rock beach with TLR DIY TOY Camera

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  • Beach Vancouver B.C.

    shared by akula on 2016-08-05

    White Rock beach with TLR DIY TOY Camera

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  • Große Mamiya Liebe

    shared by candeeland on 2016-08-05

    ...mit Stativ wären die Fotos auch scharf geworden. :P

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  • Industriekultur im Ruhrpott

    shared by candeeland on 2016-08-05

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  • Große Mamiya Liebe

    shared by candeeland on 2016-08-05

    ...mit Stativ wären die Fotos auch scharf geworden. :P

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  • #21368793

    shared by duffman on 2016-08-07

    better than digital

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  • Former Imperial Palace

    shared by neja on 2016-08-07

    Still commonly known by its post-war name of Lomonosov, the estate at Oranienbaum is the oldest of the Imperial Palaces around St. Petersburg, and also the only one not to be captured by Nazi forces during the Great Patriotic War. Founded by Prince Menshikov, Peter the Great's closest adviser, the Grand Palace is one of the most opulent examples of Petrine architecture to have survived to the present, although until very recently the palace itself has been greatly neglected. After Menshikov's death, Oranienbaum passed to the state, and was used as a hospice until, in 1743, it was presented by Empress Elizabeth to her nephew, the future Peter III. Peter made Oranienbaum his official summer residence and transformed one corner of the park, ordering the construction of a "Joke" Castle and a small citadel manned by his Holstein guards. This peculiar ensemble, called Petershtadt, was mostly demolished during Pavel's reign. Antonio Rinaldi, the Italian-born architect who also designed the Grand Palace at Gatchina and the Marble Palace in St. Petersburg, was commissioned by Peter in 1758 to build a modest stone palace next to the fortress, and this has survived. After Peter was deposed, Rinaldi was commissioned by Catherine the Great to build the Chinese Palace, in the Upper Park, as her official country residence. However, Catherine spent little time at Oranienbaum, which she had grown to hate during her marriage to Peter, and by the end of the 18th century the estate had been turned into a Naval Cadet College. The palace became an Imperial residence again in the reign of Alexander I, and retained that status until the Revolution, when it was immediately opened as a museum. Although never captured by the Germans, Oranienbaum was bombarded during the war and, while the Grand Menshikov Palace survived intact, its restoration was given much lower priority than the more famous estates at Peterhof and Tsarskoe Selo. Today, the small but elegant park has been almost completely restored, while the full restoration of the palaces has finally gained momentum over the last decade.

  • Former Imperial Palace

    shared by neja on 2016-08-07

    Still commonly known by its post-war name of Lomonosov, the estate at Oranienbaum is the oldest of the Imperial Palaces around St. Petersburg, and also the only one not to be captured by Nazi forces during the Great Patriotic War. Founded by Prince Menshikov, Peter the Great's closest adviser, the Grand Palace is one of the most opulent examples of Petrine architecture to have survived to the present, although until very recently the palace itself has been greatly neglected. After Menshikov's death, Oranienbaum passed to the state, and was used as a hospice until, in 1743, it was presented by Empress Elizabeth to her nephew, the future Peter III. Peter made Oranienbaum his official summer residence and transformed one corner of the park, ordering the construction of a "Joke" Castle and a small citadel manned by his Holstein guards. This peculiar ensemble, called Petershtadt, was mostly demolished during Pavel's reign. Antonio Rinaldi, the Italian-born architect who also designed the Grand Palace at Gatchina and the Marble Palace in St. Petersburg, was commissioned by Peter in 1758 to build a modest stone palace next to the fortress, and this has survived. After Peter was deposed, Rinaldi was commissioned by Catherine the Great to build the Chinese Palace, in the Upper Park, as her official country residence. However, Catherine spent little time at Oranienbaum, which she had grown to hate during her marriage to Peter, and by the end of the 18th century the estate had been turned into a Naval Cadet College. The palace became an Imperial residence again in the reign of Alexander I, and retained that status until the Revolution, when it was immediately opened as a museum. Although never captured by the Germans, Oranienbaum was bombarded during the war and, while the Grand Menshikov Palace survived intact, its restoration was given much lower priority than the more famous estates at Peterhof and Tsarskoe Selo. Today, the small but elegant park has been almost completely restored, while the full restoration of the palaces has finally gained momentum over the last decade.

  • #21373607

    shared by ishifishy on 2016-08-09

  • #21375374

    shared by oleman on 2016-08-10

    Lens stuck to full aperture

  • #21376619

    shared by masha_njam on 2016-08-10

  • #21379244

    shared by robertofiuza on 2016-08-12

    Second roll with my #petzval

  • #21379245

    shared by robertofiuza on 2016-08-12

    Second roll with my #petzval

  • #21379252

    shared by robertofiuza on 2016-08-12

    Second roll with my #petzval

  • #21380365

    shared by kangiha on 2016-08-12

    took one of my last rolls of 35mm color IR film to the Mojave, sorry to see this film go.

  • Der perfekte Ort / the perfect place

    shared by ck_berlin on 2016-08-13

    Fotomarathon Berlin 2016: Jenseits aller Grenzen / Beyond limits/borders | This year we won again: 1st place in the analogue section, 7th place in the whole score plus winner in the special section "2016 Fotomarathon x 7: The perfect place". | Fotomarathon is a competition under extreme circumstances. Within 12 hours participants must put together a series of 12 photos. One city, 12 hours, 12 topic. In times of digital photography it is a bit easier to find the right illustration for each theme. However, one thing remains the same: photos must be made in the given order. And each individual theme is revealed during the Fotomarathon day itself. | www.fotomarathon.de | A special thank to @sushi_9009 and @masha_njam

  • Cranger Kirmes 2016

    shared by candeeland on 2016-08-13

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  • Cranger Kirmes 2016

    shared by candeeland on 2016-08-13

  • Cranger Kirmes 2016

    shared by candeeland on 2016-08-13

  • #21384026

    shared by robertofiuza on 2016-08-14

    #xpro

  • #21384027

    shared by robertofiuza on 2016-08-14

    #xpro

  • #21384031

    shared by robertofiuza on 2016-08-14

    #xpro

  • Yashica-Mat TLR

    shared by oleman on 2016-08-14

    Summer shots with Yashica-Mat TLR

  • Yashica-Mat TLR

    shared by oleman on 2016-08-14

    Summer shots with Yashica-Mat TLR

  • The Black Hat (Westcoast #13)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-08-14

    Being on an US American farm means some serious picture taking. I guess for an European the scenario on such ground is very inspirational, scenes you have seen from the movies.

  • The Black Hat (Westcoast #13)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-08-14

    Being on an US American farm means some serious picture taking. I guess for an European the scenario on such ground is very inspirational, scenes you have seen from the movies.

  • spring soup

    shared by hodachrome on 2016-08-14

    filmsoup

  • *

    shared by pearlgirl77 on 2016-08-14

    Revue AC3s & Tilt-Adapter with Biometar 80mm & Fuji Superia 200

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  • *

    shared by pearlgirl77 on 2016-08-14

    Revue AC3s & Tilt-Adapter with Biometar 80mm & Fuji Superia 200

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    shared by pearlgirl77 on 2016-08-14

    Revue AC3s & Tilt-Adapter with Biometar 80mm & Fuji Superia 200

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    shared by pearlgirl77 on 2016-08-14

    Revue AC3s & Tilt-Adapter with Biometar 80mm & Fuji Superia 200

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    shared by pearlgirl77 on 2016-08-14

    Revue AC3s & Tilt-Adapter with Biometar 80mm & Fuji Superia 200

  • Badbea old village

    shared by vicuna on 2016-08-15

    The Highland clearances was a forced displacement of population during the 18th and 19th century. Landlords cleared their land from their tenants to practice extensive sheep raising and evicted sometimes brutally the whole population from the place they lived on. They had then to find a new place to live, finding refuge on the most difficult lands of the highlands, along the cliffs, where only heath and ferns can grow. Today, there are still remains of these "clearances villages" ...

  • Badbea old village

    shared by vicuna on 2016-08-15

    The Highland clearances was a forced displacement of population during the 18th and 19th century. Landlords cleared their land from their tenants to practice extensive sheep raising and evicted sometimes brutally the whole population from the place they lived on. They had then to find a new place to live, finding refuge on the most difficult lands of the highlands, along the cliffs, where only heath and ferns can grow. Today, there are still remains of these "clearances villages" ...

  • Badbea old village

    shared by vicuna on 2016-08-15

    The Highland clearances was a forced displacement of population during the 18th and 19th century. Landlords cleared their land from their tenants to practice extensive sheep raising and evicted sometimes brutally the whole population from the place they lived on. They had then to find a new place to live, finding refuge on the most difficult lands of the highlands, along the cliffs, where only heath and ferns can grow. Today, there are still remains of these "clearances villages" ...

  • Badbea old village

    shared by vicuna on 2016-08-15

    The Highland clearances was a forced displacement of population during the 18th and 19th century. Landlords cleared their land from their tenants to practice extensive sheep raising and evicted sometimes brutally the whole population from the place they lived on. They had then to find a new place to live, finding refuge on the most difficult lands of the highlands, along the cliffs, where only heath and ferns can grow. Today, there are still remains of these "clearances villages" ...

  • #21387501

    shared by masha_njam on 2016-08-15

  • #21387502

    shared by masha_njam on 2016-08-15

  • #21387515

    shared by masha_njam on 2016-08-15

  • #21387532

    shared by masha_njam on 2016-08-15