Thank you, Team Africa! Your contributions to our Photokina 2010 LomoWall call wowed the whole world – digital and analogue fans alike. As you’ve seen in our Photokina recap (or perhaps you were lucky enough to drop by and see it for yourself) the Lomography booth was a scene-stealer – thanks to your help!
We asked you to show us, via Lomographs, what Africa means to you. The result: a collection of vibrant, sunny shots. Have a look at our top 3 photos below – that’s what we’re talking about! Congratulations to our winners!
1st prize (50 Piggies):
2nd prize (25 Piggies):
3rd prize (25 Piggies):
For our winners, please head on to our new Member’s Benefits FAQ section for queries on Piggy Points and further information. Congratulations and thank you for continuously supporting our rumbles!
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