A Little About London

I spent four days in London and shot every moment with my Diana Mini. London is one of the most amazing places I've been to. I spent four days there and it was very cold! But I had a great time. The city is very beautiful. The architecture is quite different from the architecture of my country, Brazil.

I went to many places, but the most incredible was the British museum! AMAZING! Art, Ancient Egypt, Africa, Antique clocks. It’s all there! I spent the whole day there, watching.

The Changing of the Guards was great too! So British! The ceremony will last for 30 minutes. Get there early if you want a good spot for pictures. I went on a Sunday morning. Ah! The ceremony takes place at 11:30am.

Museums, the wonderful Big Ben, the London Eye, The Tate Museum of Modern Art. This is London. If you’ve never been there, go! You will not regret it. And take your Lomo camera to shoot EVERY moment! I went there with my Oktomat and my Diana Mini :)

The Diana Mini is the ultra-compact, petite version of the Diana F+. This camera takes soft-focused, lo-fi images in 35mm and allows you to change between half-format and square shots with a flick of a switch. Get your own Diana Mini now!

written by wlinger on 2012-06-19 in #world #locations #europe #museum #beauty #dianamini #guards #big-ben #london #urban-adventures

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