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In pictures: Hackney street art given the Lomography treatment

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Blogger Danielle De Wolfe put her new retro Lomography film camera to work by capturing street art in east London.

It's a brand-spanking new year, your hangover is slowly subsiding and what you've been left with is an array of presents both good and bad (my new Sprocket Rocket camera definitely beat my gran's heartfelt gift of a novelty cat ornament). If like me you're looking to try something new for 2016 (or you're simply looking to fill the pub void left by a heroic attempt at 'dry January'), why not grab a camera, go on a mini-adventure and get a little snap-happy. You might just end up with some rather surprising results. 

1. Swarming Bees - Bethnal Green Road and Valance Road, E1

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2. Shoplifters welcome! - Ebor Street E1

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3. Charlie Burns lives on - Bacon Street, E1

Danielle De Wolfe

 

4. A little piece of South America - Clare Street, E2

Danielle De Wolfe

 

 5. Fancy a kiss? - Sclater Street and Brick Lane, E1

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6. It's time to dive in - Pedley Street, E1

Danielle De Wolfe

 

7. Watch it soar - King John Court, E1

Danielle De Wolfe

Find more inspiration on the Lomography website.

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