Lomography x Abandoned Places Rumble

2015-11-17 6

We have teamed up with HarperCollins to give you the chance to win a Fisheye 2 Python Edition and the book Abandoned Places by Richard Happer, which documents the ghost towns, derelict buildings and unoccupied spaces from around the world.

Were are giving away a Fisheye 2 Python and 5 x Abandoned Places books by Richard Happer, published by HarperCollins! Simply enter 10 of your best Buildings and Architecture shots here and we will pick the winners!

Competition Rules

Upload limit: 10 photos per user. Submit your photos here.
Film/Camera Type: Any analogue photos not digitally enhanced or manipulated. The deadline for submission of entries is on Friday, December 4, 2015.

First Prize:
1 x Fisheye 2 Python Edition
1 x Abandoned Places by Richard Happer

4 x Runners up:
1 x Abandoned Places by Richard Happer

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6 Comments

  1. ivaylo
    ivaylo ·

    Hey, the first poster is from an abandoned communist building on mount Buzludzha, here in Bulgaria. It's built on an amazing place, and it's purpose was for worldwide communist parties gathering. It used to say on the entrance - "Proletarians all over the world - Unite!"
    No one knows how much did the building cost to our nation, but inside it is incredible - the best artists from the entire eastern bloc had their works there and they used all of the best materials for them. The star at the top is a gift from Moscow, made entirely from ruby.
    Would it be cheating if I go there and take some pictures for the competition? :D

  2. an4
    an4 ·

    @ivaylo
    Please go there anyway and shoot some Fotos for us!

  3. hannah_brown
    hannah_brown ·

    no please go ahead, we've love to see it! :)

  4. lomodesbro
    lomodesbro ·

    I want to see where I & (plus 1000 guests)spent a surreal and magical night at a reception for the World Peace Council & the Writer's Union in 1980. I think that it is the same place about 1 hour or so out of Sofia

  5. ivaylo
    ivaylo ·

    @lomodesbro - Well, it is more than an hour away, little bit than two hours actually. So, yeah, I think I can do it this weekend.

  6. ivaylo
    ivaylo ·

    @an4, @hannah_brown, @lomodesbro - Just uploaded the first batch. ☺

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