It’s that time of the year again where everyone sheds their inhibitions and only one thing is in their minds: party!!!
Pack your bags, put on your sun hat and ready your lungs as you’re going to be screaming a lot – spring break is here! It’s time to take a break from your everyday routing whether it be school or work, and head down to the nearest beach and dance the days and nights away. While you’re out enjoying the good life though, don’t forget to immortalize the precious moments with your Lomo cameras and share them here and you’ll get the chance to win yourselves some Piggies! So for now, stay safe and party on!
Film/Camera Type: Any analogue camera photo not digitally manipulated/enhanced. Please keep in mind of our spring break theme.
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