bamboo thicket in Kyoto

I was living in Kyoto, one of the most popular area especially in autumn red leaves season, in my early twenties. But didin't know a lot about photography then. Since I started lomography my strong desire for KYOTO WITH LOMO has been geting bigger and bigger. ( I haven't seen any lomographs of Kyoto ever!) In this autumn I finally could visit there with LOMOs and enjoyed just one day lomowalk. Needed 3 days more at least! I had nice time anyway :)

Photographer:
hodachrome
Uploaded:
2011-12-07
Tags:
autumn bamboo fall japan kyoto redscale temple
Camera:
Lomo LC-A (available in our shop)
Film:
Redscale 400(handmade)
City:
Kyoto
Country/region:
Japan
Albums:
Kyoto in autumn -Redscale-

18 Comments

  1. geekgoddesskilobyte
    geekgoddesskilobyte ·

    This picture is excellent!

  2. sondyy
    sondyy ·

    love it

  3. trw
    trw ·

    Genius, pure genius!

  4. wuxiong
    wuxiong ·

    love it ...<:)

  5. feelux
    feelux ·

    Stunning album!

  6. liquorice
    liquorice ·

    すごいよ!

  7. ehmahh
    ehmahh ·

    This is beautiful!

  8. hannahabcd
    hannahabcd ·

    great picture!

  9. reiga
    reiga ·

    this is nice dude

  10. bebopbebop
    bebopbebop ·

    legen-dary

  11. leonids
    leonids ·

    Used to live in Osaka and will visit Kyoto often. I love bamboo. This brings back memory. Hope to visit Kyoto soon.

  12. hanibale
    hanibale ·

    супер цвет

  13. walasiteodito
    walasiteodito ·

    WOOOW!

  14. nbriz
    nbriz ·

    Beautiful shot.

  15. switch_10
    switch_10 ·

    Love it.

  16. yerzmyey
    yerzmyey ·

    Cool!

  17. kikifrenger
    kikifrenger ·

    wow,, someday I'll be there

  18. davidwpunkt
    davidwpunkt ·

    really great Set....wow....!!!

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