Quirky little camera, this one. The Holga first appeared  in Hong Kong in the early eighties and was made out of VERY cheap plastic, complete with terrible build quality. Due to it's low-cost production, photos are typically treated with plenty of vingetting, light leaks, blurring and distortion. But that's a good thing.
Although the Holga uses medium format 120 film, I feel that photos are very much too 'experimental' to include with the Hasselblad medium format photo collections.
Below is a small collection of photos taken on Lomography Color x-pro 120 film.
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