The end of summer is near! So long frozen drinks on the beach! Adios flip flops and shorts! Goodbye warm weather! But to celebrate the end of summer, we want to announce the winners of the Wet Hot Summer! Competition!
Lomography and TransWorld SURF teamed up to present summer’s hottest competition. We asked you to show us your best interpretation of the beauty of a Wet Hot Summer. Thousands of photos were submitted and selecting the winners was not an easy task. With the help of TransWorld SURF, we now have the winners!
Grand Prize Winner
The Grand Prize Winner receives:
The winning photo will be printed large and in charge within TransWorld SURF’s October issue
A stunning set of His and Her personally engraved 51-30 & 42-20 Chrono Nixon Watches
The winners not only get their prizes but all 10 winning images will be exhibited at the Lomography Gallery Store - Greenwich Village in New York City on September 9th, celebrating both your analog skills and the launch of the TransWorld SURF October issue!
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