Be there in the right moment and capture the beauty of nature.
You might remember my lubitel-sunset-shots on a field with an old wagon,… I love going back to places where I took shots. So I had a walk there, directly to the beginning (or end) of the village, Lindhorst and found the sun setting and an empty field. So I have been too late. But on the other side of the street id a small field where they sell flowers like sunflowers. Going there I had the chance to take some lomography.
This is a location you can transfer to so many places. It is a kind of open-your-eyes-location of fairly ordinary places that become special because you look at them through the eyes of your beloved lomographic camera.
And you can take shots of the farmers harvesting.
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