Most Popular Photo Last Year: July 14, 2012

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Whoever thought that a cat could pose like a pro as this little fella did?

Credits: simonesavo

I honestly never thought this could be possible, but this photo made me realize that there is no limits in shooting film. You just have to explore the possibilities yourself. Well, great job done here simonesavo!

Photo taken with Yashica 124 loaded with Lomography CN 100 (35mm) film.

written by juliennekae on 2013-07-14 #news #community-recap #most-popular-photo-last-year

One Comment

  1. pearlgirl77
    pearlgirl77 ·

    congrats @simonesavo love your cat with this bow ;)

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