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  • New York

    shared by etienne_despois on 2016-06-26

    #"Holga WPC" #Pinhole #"New York" #Travel #Sténopé

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  • 32 Ways to Celebrate with the Lomo LC-A

    written by lomographymagazine on 2016-06-23 #gear
    32 Ways to Celebrate with the Lomo LC-A

    The legendary Lomo LC-A turns 32 this month of June. To mark this momentous occasion, we run down the ways you can join in the fun and celebrate with this trusty LC-As.

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  • #21190034

    shared by mdelnaia on 2016-05-15

    Bucarest cat #bucarest #cat #lomo

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  • Lazy lunchbreak

    shared by mdelnaia on 2016-05-21

    #doppiaesposizione #dobleexposition #lunchbreak

  • Alice through the looking glass

    shared by mdelnaia on 2016-05-21

    #antiquariato #fuzzy

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  • Sunday in Bergamo

    shared by mdelnaia on 2016-05-21

    Berghem de ura #bergamo #lomo #dianaf+

  • #21203329

    shared by mdelnaia on 2016-05-21

    #fuzzy #portait #me

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  • Reflection

    shared by mdelnaia on 2016-06-14

    #reflection #blackandwhite #diana #lomography

  • #21255928

    shared by mdelnaia on 2016-06-15

    #corsocomo10 #seppia #roofgarden

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  • Lomo LC-A Moments (Part 1)

    written by Eunice Abique on 2016-06-17
    Lomo LC-A Moments (Part 1)

    The Lomo LC-A serves as the cornerstone of the Lomography movement. For its 32nd birthday, lomographers from across the globe narrate how this analog wonder became a part of their own history.

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  • 1. Home

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    This one was pretty easy. That's my house. My little blue MINI has been traded for a big red MINI.

  • 2. Family

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    This is my family. They often appear in my photos.

  • 3. Twenty Steps from Home

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    Another pretty easy one. Shot is taken standing in the middle of my street facing south.

  • 4. Greeting

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    I didn't want to pose anyone for this shot and wasn't keen on hoping to randomly catch people shaking hands or hugging hello, so I figured since dogs have a unique way of greeting each other, they would be the subject for this entry. Here you see 4 black dogs and my pug doing some butt-sniffing.

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  • 5. Secret Spot

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    Tucked away in a quiet corner of the old carpet factory complex in Liberty Village (Toronto neighbourhood) is a great little restaurant with really good pizza and pasta. There are no signs for it on the street, and unless you specifically went looking for it, it would be pretty hard to find.

  • 6. Street Food

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    People getting lunch at one of the many hot dog vendors in downtown Toronto.

  • 7. School

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    My daughter's school is boring to shoot, and the places I went to are far away. There is a great restaurant around the corner from work called "School". It is much more interesting to shoot. Also has the best french toast in the whole city. Seriously, if you're ever in the Liberty Village neighbourhood of Toronto, go to School.

  • 8. History

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    Compared to many of the cities of Europe and Asia, Toronto is a young city. In the 1950s and 60s, a lot of the old architecture was demolished to make way for the generic office skyscrapers and condo towers that populate the city. Close to work on the Exhibition Place grounds is Scadding Cabin. Here is what is written on the plaque that sits in front of it (of which this is a shot of). "John Scadding (1754-1824) the Manager of Lieutenant Governor John Graves Simcoe’s Devonshire Estate immigrated to Canada in 1792 and came to York with Simcoe the following year. He was granted 250 acres on the east bank of the Don River south of Kingston Road where in 1794 he built a log cabin. After living in England from 1796 to 1818 Scadding returned to York and sold the cabin and part of his land to William Smith Jr. whose descendants along with the York Pioneer and Historical Society moved the cabin here in 1879."

  • 9 Cityscape

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    View of Toronto looking east from the old Ontario Place lands.

  • 10. Market

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    Fresh and Wild is a market at the corner of King Street and Spadina Ave. Walked by it countless times, but have never gone in.

  • 11. Local hangout spot

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    Fittingly enough, this local hangout spot in Liberty Village is called "Local". I have eaten and drank here many times. They have a great selection of beer and a good patio. What I like most about the patio is they have a section for your dog. Ontario has a dumb health by-law that stats dogs are not allowed anywhere food is served, and that includes outdoor patios. I guess the gulls and pigeons that dive in for your food if you leave it unattended are fine.

  • 12. Public Transport

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    One of the older TTC streetcars that run along King Street.

  • 13. Animal on the Street

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    Looking down to Liberty Street from one of the windows at work at a guy walking his dogs.

  • 14. Smile

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    Two out of three smiles isn't bad.

  • 15. Night Lights

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    The patio lights at Local at the end of a very enjoyable evening.

  • 16. Pattern

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    The bathroom floor in the basement of my house. Okay, not my most inspiring photo.

  • 17. Signs

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    Signs are everywhere in the city. Kinky Boots, well, those are a bit more rare.

  • 18. Graffiti

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    There's a fine line between artistic graffiti and vandalism graffiti. This is an example of the latter. A funny example, but still not the good kind. (I was also thinking of using this for #17 but didn't)

  • 19. Art

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    Art. I don't know if there is supposed to be symbolism here, if something is being sold, or it's just a nice looking photograph as a mural on the side of a building to beautify an otherwise mundane parking lot . . . but I like it. It's art.

  • 20. Tools of the Trade

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    I'm a graphic designer. This is my desk at work. These are the tools of my trade. Can you spot the bottle of booze and two empty cans of beer.

  • 21. Windows

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    If I had time I would have gone back to re-shoot this building's windows. I feel this photo does not do them justice.

  • 22. People at Work

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    Some workmen putting in new interlock brick outside an office in Liberty Village close to my work. The guy at the back of the truck near the orange pylon is cutting the bricks to shape.

  • 23. Garden

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    Shot of one of the statues in my back garden. It's still pretty early in the season here, so not much is growing yet.

  • 24. Freeway

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    The Gardiner Expressway heading into and out of the western end of Downtown Toronto. Traffic is surprisingly light on this day.

  • 25. Relax

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    I did a lot of yard work this weekend. This is me relaxing in my hammock in the backyard. I plan on doing a lot more of this now that the weather is nice.

  • 26. Flag

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    The Canadian flag.

  • 27. Music

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    Close-up view of some of my CD collection. I've still not transferred everything over to my MP3. I'll need to do it before this computer dies. CD drives are old technology.

  • 28. Sunrise

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    View of the sunrise from my bedroom window. This was by far the hardest photo to shoot. I'm not a morning person. I don't like waking up before the sun is up. That is the one thing about winter that I find the hardest. Not the cold. Not the snow. The dark.

  • 29. Sunset

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    Sunset over the Credit River in Port Credit. This was much easier to shoot than #28.

  • 30. Tradition

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    I had a hard time figuring this one out. I ended up shooting a historic church in downtown Toronto. I was brought up Catholic. While I have not been in one in years, it's tradition to go to church. Religion is entwined in the traditions of most of the world.

  • 31. City Pride

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    The Toronto Raptor basketball team is doing really well this year. There is a lot of pride in the team. I've even gone to see them play once at the beginning of the season. Not sure why this jersey is hanging at work.

  • 32. Hero

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    Hero Burger sign in Liberty Village. They make awesome burgers here. My heros indeed.

  • 33. Colours

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    One of the many colourful posters plastered on the sides of buildings in downtown Toronto.

  • 34. Under the Sun

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    Once the snow and ice is off the roads, the motorcycles and scooters come out of their winter sleep. Talk to any rider, and they will say there is no better way under the sun to go from point A to point B than on a bike . . . especially when the sun is out.

  • 35. Childhood

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    Childhood - It seems to last forever when your living it, but feels like it's gone by in a blur when you're older.

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  • 36. Love

    shared by deepfried_goodness on 2016-05-08

    This is the Lovebot, and it is the unofficial mascot of Toronto. If you look around, it can be found throughout the city. You can find out more about Toronto's Lovebot here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lovebot

  • 36. Love

    shared by lomografin on 2016-05-08

    Not my best shot but this old couple were just so sweet- dressed up to the nines and still holding hands after all these years.

  • 35. Childhood

    shared by lomografin on 2016-05-08

    In an age of Ipads and PS-whatevers it's good to see kids still enjoying climbing trees.

  • 34. Under The Sun

    shared by lomografin on 2016-05-08

    Spring is here, the sun is shining and all the flowers are reappearing to shine back at it! (Plus I love the bit of lens flare in this shot!)

  • 33. Colours

    shared by lomografin on 2016-05-08

    Lanterns strung outside a Buddhist Temple