A happy note to all Lomographers in the Netherlands – let’s go to Rotterdam on May 7th for another Lomo Meet up!
Spring has started, the sun is shining – it’s time for a new LOMO meeting! In photographymagazine Zoom, Rotterdam is called the #1 hotspot for photographers! Especially if you like Urban Exploration (Urbex). So let’s go to Rotterdam this time!
Let’s meet on Saturday May 7th at 1 PM in front of cafe Engels (Stationsplein 45) next to Rotterdam Central Station. We can have a drink there and share our lomo-experiences. Afterwards we will go for a lomo walk in the centre or the harbour of Rotterdam.
Will you join us?! Feel free to drop us a message or check our facebook event.
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