The beautiful plastic beast of fluorescent colours of a child’s toy,that fits in no pocket, is spotted from afar and never taken seriously-has become essential item that I can't live without. Once thrown around ones neck, the day is but a blank canvas to the imagination of lomography. The randomness, the unexpected, the normal every day, the mundane all considered a worthy shot behind the plastic lens. I enjoy capturing movement in multi-exposures, and I enjoy the shots that you don’t remember taking. There is no pattern or system, just the simple child-like rush and haste to capture that picture before it fades away.
Oh how I love what you bring out in me Holga!
This was my first ever Holga shot.And it was accidental,but my favourite accident that I shall never regret!A shot of roses,with a layer of clouds with contrast.I had to take more from that moment on!
Such a busy street,with possibly to many multi-exposures!
'End of the line.'
Thorpe-le-Soken train station.Possibly the worlds most boring station in the world given a lomo,dreamy twist.
I don't remember where this was taken,or what it was.But it was another accident that the Holga was waiting to take!
This little fellow was just asking for a picture.
I couldn't miss that oppertunity!
'Be aware of run-aways!'
I thought this sign was pretty cute.