Lomographer at Work: My Days as a Junior High School Student

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Being a student doesn’t limit my creativity to lomograph my days with friends. This is the story of my everyday life!

Since I got my first analogue camera, the trusty wide angled La Sardina Capri Bagni di Tiberio, I always bring it everywhere, including my school.

My class’ self sketch, we made it on our first day in 8th grade.

My class as usual, is a fun class, we are 16 students and 2 teachers. But unlike all other boring classes and school, we like to have fun!

What makes us special? Well, our school is different from other schools here in Indonesia. Our school learns the way of teaching from America — that’s means we can have fun while learning!

Sometimes, when I’m alone, I like to shoot around my class with my La Sardina and Fritz the Blitz.

The great thing about us, XGen (that’s the name of our class) is that when we have free time, we love to gather around to either have a chat or just play around.

This is my junior high school life! What’s yours?

written by abecd on 2013-05-28 #lomography #lifestyle #ordinary-life #analogue-lifestyle #abecd #days #my-days #lomographer-at-work

2 Comments

  1. istionojr
    istionojr ·

    smp? full time playing! :D

  2. abecd
    abecd ·

    @istionojr haha! you are right!

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