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  • The Great Pyramids of Giza

    The Great Pyramids of Giza
    The Great Pyramids of Giza, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. It was a breathtaking experience, marveling at this world-famous location.
  • LomoKino: The SUPER 35mm Movie Camera

    LomoKino: The SUPER 35mm Movie Camera
    When I was young, I remember digging out a roll of an 8mm film from my grandpa's drawer. Back then, I knew it was a movie film, because I went through every single frame of the film and I noticed changes of movement in the pictures. But I do not know what made it happen.
  • Angkor Wat: Kingdom of Wonder

    Angkor Wat: Kingdom of Wonder
    This is not the first location feature of Angkor Wat here in Lomography but I would still love to share my experience of traveling to Angkor Wat, instead of just saying a story about Angkor Wat.
  • Ta Prohm: Amazing Roots and Trees

    Ta Prohm: Amazing Roots and Trees
    This is about a visit to a kingdom of wonder called "Ta Prohm" located in Seam Reap, Cambodia. Ta Prohm, is the one temple that painted my impression the most during my visit to Cambodia. It was a backpacking free and easy trip. So I did not read much about this temple and I could not explain much of its history. However, I could tell you guys how amazing this place is.
  • Konica WaiWai 800

    Konica WaiWai 800
    It's a very very wide angle camera. Make sure your fingers aren't caught in the lens when you shoot!
  • The Unfinished Obelisk (Aswan)

    The Unfinished Obelisk (Aswan)
    The ancient quarries which furnished Egypt with this stone, and yes. it still can be seen in the modern city of Aswan today. This is where the Unfinished Obelisk is to be found.
  • Colossal Statue of Ramses II in Memphis, Cairo

    Colossal Statue of Ramses II in Memphis, Cairo
    Memphis... extended for 15 kilometers from Giza to Saqqara. One of the oldest cities on Earth. Legendary Memphis was the capital of the ancient Egypt throughout the old kingdom.
  • Saqqara: The Step Pyramids (Cairo)

    Saqqara: The Step Pyramids (Cairo)
    The Saqqara Steps Pyramid, one of a traditionally building attributed to the Pharaoh Khafre.
  • Nikon FM2

    Nikon FM2
    Half a kilogram heavy metal toy.
  • Bukit Tabur; Good Morning Jungle

    Bukit Tabur; Good Morning Jungle
    On the 18th January 2009, it was my second visit to the Bukit Tabur, and this time, I had a totally different experience from my previous visit. Firstly, I came with more friends. Secondly, I saw a completely different view of this hill. That's the main reason of why I am sharing this location once again to everybody right here!
  • Bukit Tabur; Rainy n' Misty

    Bukit Tabur; Rainy n' Misty
    29th December 2008, this is where I was, I went to Bukit Tabur to get myself away from the city, far away from work, I just wanted to breathe with empty mind, thinking of nothing but to reach to the peak of this hill. It was raining when we arrived the hillside, 7am. We were 50/50 to decide whether to go for it or not. Well, we decided to take a special opportunity of this rainy trip up. Wet, slippery, cold and misty... Definitely adventurous than normal.
  • WalkWalk n' SeeSee In George Town

    WalkWalk n' SeeSee In George Town
    It's not just the end in George Town, there are so much to see around the town. Let's continue the story before the GiaGiaKuaKua Exhibition. We arrived at the hotel main entrance before it was opened, but the excitement before the challenge started of our people were so crazy.
  • SimonTan Art Gallery

    SimonTan Art Gallery
    It was another day to remember, the day when lomographers were so together;
  • My Lomo Story

    My Lomo Story
    Hello everyone, my name is WeeChongHooi, but just call me Hooi. I was born in 1983, year of Boar in Chinese calender, and I come from a small place called Kota Bharu in Malaysia.
  • Mamiya RB67 Pro S

    Mamiya RB67 Pro S
    It is my latest discovery to carry such a special canon on my hand.
  • Fisheye2 with Ringflash : Colorful Dream

    Fisheye2 with Ringflash : Colorful Dream
    It is already great enough to shoot faces of people with my fisheye2, but this time, I would like to share lots of thoughts of mine of my experience shooting colorful pictures. My idea is to combine the power of Ringflash and my Fisheye2.
  • Ilford Delta (120, 100 iso) user-review

    Ilford Delta (120, 100 iso) user-review
    It is not easy to find a good black and white film in my country, especially the 120 ones. However, I am lucky enough to joined a photography exhibition in Kuala Lumpur last month and stumbled upon various shots made with this film and it was love at first sight, so I bought some rolls of Ilfords back home.
  • Kuala Kubu Bharu Waterfall

    Kuala Kubu Bharu Waterfall
    This waterfall is cool, the water flushing is really strong and fun. The idea of going to this waterfall is to get the total jungle adventures kind of feeling. Being out of the big city, traveling and trekking up hill. Listening to the beautiful sounds of nature. When we were trekking up looking for the waterfall, the water splashing sounds were already been heard and brought all the excitement even before we actually saw the waterfall. Kuala Kubu Bharu itself, is quite a small country sites, where there are still people and community there maintaining the whole place.
  • Fortress of Kaitbay

    Fortress of Kaitbay
    Another place to visit in Alexandria, it was our 2 days tour only but there are so much photos to share. So this is the Fortress of Kaitbay. The Fortress of Kaitbay is one of Alexandria most famous ancient lighthouse that was built in 279B.C. The term lighthouse has the meaning itself, but we do not see any lighthouse when we get there. The reason is easy and simple, it was already destroyed by a disaster that happened long time ago.
  • Pantai Cahaya Bulan

    Pantai Cahaya Bulan
    It's a memorable location here in Pantai Cahaya Bulan or as so called PCB, 10 km South from Kota Bharu centre, which I reckon it's not far from town for driving, probably takes around 15 minutes, because the road is quite narrow.