If you're planning a visit to Malaysia, come and visit Bukit Bintang where almost carnival,events and festival happening all around here especially . This is the perfect place when you're thinking of street lomography.
Bukit Bintang is the famous place in Malaysia or know as shopping heaven in Malaysia for those who are searching for an item with an affordable price. Bukit bintang is very strategic place because it is located near the KLCC ( Kuala Lumpur City Centre ), Central Market ( where art peoples meeting here) ,and Masjid Jamek (you can find a cheap items here) and you can go to those places easily once you reach Bukit Bintang.
Bukit bintang is also a place of attraction where youngster,tourist and family gather here . This is because , here got three famous shopping complex located near to each other. So surely we can see a lot of activities held around here especially on the weekend.
About a week ago, I attended the F & N fun festival. There I got a chance doing my street lomography experiment with my lovely LC-A + loaded with Kodak EBX.
The above pictures is taken during lomokidS street lomowall at pudu jail, at Old Malay Railway Station as known as KTM bhd. and KLCC (the reflection picture only). All of these pictures were taken by my 1st lomo camera Holga CFN120 with Fuji Astia
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Have you all watched "Eat, Pray, Love"? I was inspired by Julia Roberts, who rode a bicycle in that movie, so I decided to rent one and try it myself! This happened two years ago but I still remember my biking route. To all of you who haven't been to Ubud, I think you should visit the place and try to go around in a bicycle!
Leuven is a typical Belgian university city that is full of students, but feels a bit like a ghost city when all the students go home for the weekend. Nevertheless, this is the perfect time to pay a visit to this beautiful historic city just right next to Brussels. If you like culture, cobblestoned streets, creativity, and Belgian beers, this is your perfect day trip!
If you're roaming planet Earth in search of an otherworldly experience, there's only one place where apart from breathtaking, paradise-like landscapes of lush greenery and the infinity of turquoise waters you'll come across mystical leonine creatures, ape-like humanoids and witches powerful in black magic.
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A native of Rio Grande do Sul, Marcelo Gross has not only played his guitar for thousands of people, but has also visited most, if not all places in Brazil. The founding member, guitarist and of the rock band Cachorro Grande accepted Lomography Brazil's invitation and took a Diana F + with him during his previous trips. Feast your eyes on the behind the scenes of one of the best known bands in the Brazilian rock scene.
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