Most Popular Newcomers of November 2012

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In this world of analogue, people come and go. Though it may be a cycle, we sure are always excited for those who are arriving!

Especially when we’ve got a new batch of Newcomers to look out for. Fresh analogue photos from fresh creative minds! Cheers!

Credits: oramasalexander
Credits: adventuresinanalog
Credits: wafflesaurus
Credits: wondersattva
Credits: tadeu
Credits: jasden
Credits: totsytea
Credits: mamontovas
Credits: johnnyclash
Credits: hansel_h

written by mayeemayee on 2012-12-01 #news #recap #november-2012 #community #most-popular-newcomers

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