I dropped my Lomo LC-A camera one unfortunate day when I was in New Zealand a few months ago. It just slipped out of my hand, sailed through the air 5 feet and landed hard on the sidewalk. The front plate around the lens came off and the back popped open exposing my film to the beautiful sunny day. I lost all but a dozen photos from the roll. With the help of some black duct tape, I managed to reassemble the camera and continue shooting. These were shot while I was in Wellington and I must say I quite like the light leaks.

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