Summer is about to end. How do plan to whisk away the last blow of the summer heat?
Film photographers certainly love summer and the ample of light that comes with it. The only downside of this sunny season is its immense and sometimes intolerable warmth. Good thing we can always plunge into our pools or head to the nearest beach. For those who are stuck in the city, a gulp from a nice cold drink or a spoonful of an icy dessert can definitely do the trick!
To help everyone shake the summer heat, why don’t we gather all lomographs of these refreshments into one Hipshot Showdown? Soda, milkshake, popsicle or a cup of chocolate sundae – share with us lomographs of the best refreshments that cool you down during summer!
Only Lomographs in relation to the theme “summer refreshments” will be qualified in this rumble.
Three winners will be selected to receive 10 Piggies each. A special award will also be pinned in their LomoHomes.
Only three submissions per user.
Photo must have complete meta data (camera, film, location & three tags).
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