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  • #14500471

    shared by bribri89 on 2011-10-18

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  • #13143404

    shared by bccbarbosa on 2011-04-24

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  • #11097954

    shared by paper_doll on 2010-03-08

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  • #11136295

    shared by sandkorn on 2010-03-20

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  • My beoved Diana went to Paris...

    shared by susielomovitz on 2011-04-19

    and she loved it! *amazing street musicians -> http://www.myspace.com/mouetteetcharbons , ejoy it*

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  • #13235225

    shared by jandra on 2011-05-05

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  • #13235212

    shared by bccbarbosa on 2011-05-05

    Mi sentimiento es tanto que simplemente no me conformo con tener tan solo una tú. Necesito duplicarte.

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    shared by bccbarbosa on 2011-05-05

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  • the tower by the river

    shared by cc-in-paris on 2011-11-10

    this Summer, before going on vacation, Mr. Guiguiste gave me roll full of touristy clichés of Paris. And challenged me for doubling them with even more touristy clichés of Lisbon. check out the talented Mr. Guiguiste: http://www.lomography.com/homes/guiguiste

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  • #14668501

    shared by yochan on 2011-11-10

  • noon in the park

    shared by eskimofriend on 2011-04-25

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  • none but flowers

    shared by lisi on 2010-12-14

    in that case i was glad about the sky's darkness!

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  • The Sea Salt Experience

    shared by vicuna on 2010-09-07

    I used this film with my fisheye with submarine case. Unfortunately, my submarine had some water leaks and the salted seawater came inside the camera and the film... When I gave it to my usual lab, they told me they couldn't process it as the film was wet... :( So I waited for a solution and let the film like that, unprocessed, in my room. After a month, I noticed that some strange signs of corrosion were to seen on the film canister, and thought that perhaps there was something interesting happening inside! But how could I process it??? And there I thought that this could interest Mr LabRat himself: Mandi! I wrote him and asked if he could process the film for me. And finally, almost 3 months after being shot, after a long maturation time and some special treatment to dry and process it, the pictures are here! Thanks a lot Mandi! ;)

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    shared by myrkury on 2011-02-08

  • Beautiful Venice and Burano

    shared by erikagrendel on 2011-10-07

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  • ...a day in February

    shared by frauspatzi on 2011-03-03

    expired: 07/2001

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  • ...a day in February

    shared by frauspatzi on 2011-03-03

    expired: 07/2001 no children played at this playground, i think it´s a isolated swing;-)

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  • #14431367

    shared by frauspatzi on 2011-10-09

    ...for this photo i took a orange-filter ;-)

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  • #14431366

    shared by frauspatzi on 2011-10-09

    ...for this photo i took a orange-filter ;-)

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  • #14431321

    shared by frauspatzi on 2011-10-09

    for this photo i took a red-filter...

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  • #14397962

    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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  • #14431338

    shared by frauspatzi on 2011-10-09

    ...for this photo i took a yellow-filter ;-)

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  • Pangandaran Kite Festival

    shared by 08thzolt on 2011-10-09

    On July 16th to 17th 2011, the blue skies over Pangandaran’s charming beaches will be decorated with a large array colors, shapes and sizes of kites as the annual Pangandaran International Kite Festival gets underway. Taking place at the Ketapang Doyong Field, at the Eastern Beach of Pangandaran, in West Java, facing the Indian Ocean, the event will present some of the best traditional and modern kites from Indonesia and overseas. This year, 40 teams from 10 provinces of Indonesia and 12 international teams from Asia, Europe and America have already confirmed participation, comprising as many as 250 contestants, with 200 participants from Indonesia, and 50 international kiters. The festival will feature several competitions, among others: in the 2- Dimensional category, the 3-Dimensional category, the Rokaku, the Train and traditional categories, and in the frameless or Balloon category.the festival will also feature 2 Guinness World Record holders on kites, the Ohashi couple from Japan and Peter Lynn from New Zealand. The Ohashi couple’s kite still holds the Guinness World Record as the longest kite in the world, while Peter Lynn holds the record for the biggest kite, measuring almost the width of a football field. Kite Art Indonesia Association will also put on a special show of a flight of some of their world champion kites collection, including the Barong and the Ulat Bulu or the caterpillar. As in previous years, the festival will also be highlighted by various art and cultural performances, exhibitions, and interesting activities such as Indonesia’s traditional children play, the kites duel. As its skies are swarmed with thousands of kites, Pangandaran still offers a one stop complete experience. From swimming, snorkeling, Jet Skiing, Fishing to Hiking and hill climbing and eco-tours, Pangandaran has it all. It is a full package vacation, fit for every age and an ideal place to visit anytime of the year.

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    shared by mantozauras on 2011-09-28

  • #14353207

    shared by coolbober on 2011-09-28

  • Балаклава

    shared by grad on 2011-09-29