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  • #14316966

    shared by blondejelly on 2011-09-23

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    shared by blondejelly on 2011-09-23

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    shared by blondejelly on 2011-09-23

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    shared by blondejelly on 2011-09-23

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    shared by blondejelly on 2012-01-07

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  • A Sunday with mum

    shared by blondejelly on 2011-09-23

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    shared by blondejelly on 2011-10-15

  • #14397874

    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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  • #14397880

    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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  • #14397884

    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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  • #14397886

    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.

  • #14397889

    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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  • #14397956

    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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  • #14397926

    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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  • #14397959

    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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  • #14397891

    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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  • #14506131

    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-10-19

    As the weeks went by, my love for her became an obsession, as is the nature of unrequited love. I spent every penny I had on her, trying to delay the inevitable. I had always naively believed that money couldn’t buy love and it hurt me to admit that, had I been richer she would stay with me longer. But there would come a time when even money couldn’t buy her, like a flame that burned too bright she couldn’t last. So I became an amateur meteorologist, studying the horizon like an anxious parent watching their child take their first, faltering steps, looking for cloud formations and changes in the wind, trying desperately to make the most of our time together. But the happiness I felt in her presence was now tinged with sadness as I could feel her slipping away.

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  • #14506155

    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-10-19

    As the weeks went by, my love for her became an obsession, as is the nature of unrequited love. I spent every penny I had on her, trying to delay the inevitable. I had always naively believed that money couldn’t buy love and it hurt me to admit that, had I been richer she would stay with me longer. But there would come a time when even money couldn’t buy her, like a flame that burned too bright she couldn’t last. So I became an amateur meteorologist, studying the horizon like an anxious parent watching their child take their first, faltering steps, looking for cloud formations and changes in the wind, trying desperately to make the most of our time together. But the happiness I felt in her presence was now tinged with sadness as I could feel her slipping away.

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  • #14506180

    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-10-19

    As the weeks went by, my love for her became an obsession, as is the nature of unrequited love. I spent every penny I had on her, trying to delay the inevitable. I had always naively believed that money couldn’t buy love and it hurt me to admit that, had I been richer she would stay with me longer. But there would come a time when even money couldn’t buy her, like a flame that burned too bright she couldn’t last. So I became an amateur meteorologist, studying the horizon like an anxious parent watching their child take their first, faltering steps, looking for cloud formations and changes in the wind, trying desperately to make the most of our time together. But the happiness I felt in her presence was now tinged with sadness as I could feel her slipping away.

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  • #14506293

    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-10-19

    As the weeks went by, my love for her became an obsession, as is the nature of unrequited love. I spent every penny I had on her, trying to delay the inevitable. I had always naively believed that money couldn’t buy love and it hurt me to admit that, had I been richer she would stay with me longer. But there would come a time when even money couldn’t buy her, like a flame that burned too bright she couldn’t last. So I became an amateur meteorologist, studying the horizon like an anxious parent watching their child take their first, faltering steps, looking for cloud formations and changes in the wind, trying desperately to make the most of our time together. But the happiness I felt in her presence was now tinged with sadness as I could feel her slipping away.

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  • #14506195

    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-10-19

    As the weeks went by, my love for her became an obsession, as is the nature of unrequited love. I spent every penny I had on her, trying to delay the inevitable. I had always naively believed that money couldn’t buy love and it hurt me to admit that, had I been richer she would stay with me longer. But there would come a time when even money couldn’t buy her, like a flame that burned too bright she couldn’t last. So I became an amateur meteorologist, studying the horizon like an anxious parent watching their child take their first, faltering steps, looking for cloud formations and changes in the wind, trying desperately to make the most of our time together. But the happiness I felt in her presence was now tinged with sadness as I could feel her slipping away.

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  • #14506305

    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-10-19

    As the weeks went by, my love for her became an obsession, as is the nature of unrequited love. I spent every penny I had on her, trying to delay the inevitable. I had always naively believed that money couldn’t buy love and it hurt me to admit that, had I been richer she would stay with me longer. But there would come a time when even money couldn’t buy her, like a flame that burned too bright she couldn’t last. So I became an amateur meteorologist, studying the horizon like an anxious parent watching their child take their first, faltering steps, looking for cloud formations and changes in the wind, trying desperately to make the most of our time together. But the happiness I felt in her presence was now tinged with sadness as I could feel her slipping away.

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  • #14506203

    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-10-19

    As the weeks went by, my love for her became an obsession, as is the nature of unrequited love. I spent every penny I had on her, trying to delay the inevitable. I had always naively believed that money couldn’t buy love and it hurt me to admit that, had I been richer she would stay with me longer. But there would come a time when even money couldn’t buy her, like a flame that burned too bright she couldn’t last. So I became an amateur meteorologist, studying the horizon like an anxious parent watching their child take their first, faltering steps, looking for cloud formations and changes in the wind, trying desperately to make the most of our time together. But the happiness I felt in her presence was now tinged with sadness as I could feel her slipping away.

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  • #14506596

    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-10-19

    As the weeks went by, my love for her became an obsession, as is the nature of unrequited love. I spent every penny I had on her, trying to delay the inevitable. I had always naively believed that money couldn’t buy love and it hurt me to admit that, had I been richer she would stay with me longer. But there would come a time when even money couldn’t buy her, like a flame that burned too bright she couldn’t last. So I became an amateur meteorologist, studying the horizon like an anxious parent watching their child take their first, faltering steps, looking for cloud formations and changes in the wind, trying desperately to make the most of our time together. But the happiness I felt in her presence was now tinged with sadness as I could feel her slipping away.

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  • Tungsten - Shot at 50 iso

    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-12-22

    Battle of the Heavyweights - Tungsten vs Sensia Round 1 - Disneyland and Ocean Park, H.K. Sensia was expired so had to come out of retirement for this fight.

  • Sensia

    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-12-22

    Battle of the Heavyweights - Tungsten vs Sensia Round 1 - Disneyland and Ocean Park, H.K. Sensia was expired so had to come out of retirement for this fight.

  • #13196514

    shared by sushi_9009 on 2011-05-01

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    shared by sushi_9009 on 2012-01-02

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  • Lomowalk by myself

    shared by sprofishgel on 2012-01-02

    #portugal

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  • Lomowalk by myself

    shared by sprofishgel on 2012-01-02

    #portugal

  • Cais das Colunas

    shared by saidseni on 2011-10-24

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  • Mr. Silverio

    shared by saidseni on 2009-09-27

    http://www.lomography.com/magazine/locations/2009/10/16/los-uros-kamisaraki-people-from-the-lake-titicaca

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  • #11418878

    shared by saidseni on 2010-06-08

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  • Praça do Comércio

    shared by saidseni on 2011-10-24

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  • #14805952

    shared by emkei on 2011-11-29

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  • #14805951

    shared by emkei on 2011-11-29

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  • #13810762

    shared by weidong on 2011-07-18

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    shared by weidong on 2011-07-18

  • experiment

    shared by weidong on 2011-12-22

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  • #15037238

    shared by weidong on 2012-01-04

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  • #15037226

    shared by weidong on 2012-01-04

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  • #15037230

    shared by weidong on 2012-01-04

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  • #15035964

    shared by weidong on 2012-01-04

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  • small boat

    shared by bloomchen on 2011-12-16

    cruisin´ around the last week-end. but i´m pretty disappointed about the crossbird i must say.

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  • mini-bar

    shared by bloomchen on 2012-01-03

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  • Lindy Hoppers

    shared by lamp on 2011-12-03

    The Lindy Hop is a dance which evolved in Harlem, New York in the 1920's & 30's. We were recently lucky enough to have the Cinque Port Lindy Hoppers visit a local vintage fair. They had everyone tapping their toes! http://cinqueportslindyhoppers.com/

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  • First LomoXTungsten

    shared by 134340 on 2011-11-12

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  • The forgotten shots

    shared by 134340 on 2011-12-31

    These are the forgotten shots I took. Honestly, i really have no idea when, what, where i took. :1

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  • The forgotten shots

    shared by 134340 on 2011-12-31

    These are the forgotten shots I took. Honestly, i really have no idea when, what, where i took. :1

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  • #15006216

    shared by 134340 on 2011-12-30

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