Coffee in the morning, tea in the afternoons … or is it the other way around?
How do you enjoy your coffee and tea? Do you drink to relax or to fire up your energy? Do you prefer to sip them while reading the morning papers? With the company of friends? All by yourself, sighing wistfully while enjoying some music? We hope you took some photos, because we’re looking for your Lomographic coffee or tea moments!
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