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Chicago Trip (by cjosphoto on Lomography)

Chicago Trip (by cjosphoto on Lomography)

Chicago Trip (by cjosphoto on Lomography)

Chicago Trip (by cjosphoto on Lomography)

Well, because I could use a new shirt…
vagrant-nobility:

As a “Thank You” to all of our Tumblr followers, we are offering a chance to win a genuine Vagrant Nobility Japanese chambray shirt made right here in Chicago, IL (a $150 value).  All you have to do is REBLOG THIS PHOTO and make sure you follow us on Tumblr.  The winner will be announced on Monday, July 16th.  You can also follow us on Facebook to keep up to date with Vagrant and more chances to win stuff.

Well, because I could use a new shirt…

vagrant-nobility:

As a “Thank You” to all of our Tumblr followers, we are offering a chance to win a genuine Vagrant Nobility Japanese chambray shirt made right here in Chicago, IL (a $150 value).  All you have to do is REBLOG THIS PHOTO and make sure you follow us on Tumblr.  The winner will be announced on Monday, July 16th.  You can also follow us on Facebook to keep up to date with Vagrant and more chances to win stuff.

Sensibly so…

Sensibly so…

h3rmit:

tea-bicycleandglasses:

Bikers provide an answer

I ride my bike everywhere.. so I’m basically saving America. You’re welcome.

h3rmit:

tea-bicycleandglasses:

Bikers provide an answer

I ride my bike everywhere.. so I’m basically saving America. You’re welcome.

The simplicity works well with Ikea’s new screenless, digital camera. The features of your typical digital all depend on you. You might also appreciate the concept of waiting to see your photos when you’ve finished taking them - much like film. When you are done simply upload them.

The simplicity works well with Ikea’s new screenless, digital camera. The features of your typical digital all depend on you. You might also appreciate the concept of waiting to see your photos when you’ve finished taking them - much like film. When you are done simply upload them.

hollyhocksandtulips:

Columbia phonographs, 1957

hollyhocksandtulips:

Columbia phonographs, 1957