lomography love: nyc edition

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{manhattan from the staten island ferry}


The Diana Mini is usually forgotten at the bottom of our bag. The sun needs to be shining brightly for the toy camera to work, so this further reduces the chances of us pulling it out. We were able to take a few pictures in NYC and these four shots are the very few that turned out.


{fifth avenue clock}

{cathedral church of saint john the divine}

{the flatiron building}

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21 comments

  1. ahh the city that holds my heart!

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  3. Oh I love Lomo, and those photos are gorgeous! I have a Diana Mini but the photos never come out as good as that (though I pretend to myself that incredibly shaky photos are 'arty' so it's ok)... I commend you!

    Claire Marie x
    http://tea-breaks.blogspot.com

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  4. These are great shots! I love that they look like they were taken a long time ago.

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  5. i just tried out my holga for the first time this weekend! i can't wait to get them developed... hopefully they turn out half as well as yours!

    i love the cathedral photo.

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  6. I´m sorry MIna. I did not understand the whole LYMO concept. I apologise. My mistake.

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  7. These are dreamy! Pictures are so much better in groups.

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  8. oh i miss nyc so so so very much.
    really time to go and visit.
    hope you had loads of fun.

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  9. one second on your blog and i'm already obsessed.

    love those photos.

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  10. i've never been to NYC but i am dying to go one day :).

    xoxox

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  11. AH Mina I'll be there next weekend!
    If you're still there, maybe I'll spot you guys taking photos with the diana! :)

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  12. I love the pics, and your blog! Just discovered it the other day and spent one whole afternoon going through all the old posts. What a great adventure! I'm a Canadian currently living in Hong Kong (and travelling Asia in between) but am planning to do a longer trip like you guys with my boyfriend.

    I have a blog that documents my travels. Check me out sometime!

    http://oneika-the-traveller.blogspot.com

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  13. love your pictures!!! they are so great!

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  14. Your blog is amazing and your pictures gorgeous. Absolutely stunning! My compliments. It would be nice to keep in touch. Perhaps we can swap information. I would be more than happy to link to you. I will add you to my blog roll and find a post on yours to link to. How’s that for starter? Travelling

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  15. what great lomo photos!!! i'm still learning on my diana f+ :)

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  16. I love the last photo :)

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  17. LOVE!! Must get my hands on a Diana!

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  18. too bad that the other one's didn't work out. but the great shot of the flatiron should make up for it!

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  19. i LOVE love LOVE these shots.
    vintage old-ness. sigh...love it.

    thanks for stopping by my blog today, how did you find it, by the way?

    all the best on your journeys!!
    xo.

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  20. Thanks everyone!

    Maciek No problem at all! I wasn't offended.

    Malia I'm sorry we missed you! Perhaps another time.

    dani kreeft - I was just reminiscing and reading through some of our old blog posts and comments - you had left a comment on this http://sending-postcards.blogspot.com/2009/11/goodbye-house.html ...so, I thought I'd say hi.

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