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Known sightseeing spots (London)

There are iconic places and view-spots in London. You can’t avoid them. You don’t need to. One can say they are overvalued or too crowded or… who cares what others say?

There are iconic places and view-spots in London. You can’t avoid them. You don’t need to. One can say they are overvalued or too crowded or… who cares what others say? For a truly devoted Lomographer famous sightseeing spot is just one more way to check her/his lomographic credibility. How can we shoot Big Ben and not to repeat millions of the postcards and T-shirt prints we saw already? Could we fall in Lomo love from the first sight with the red telephone booth? What can we do about London TV tower before climbing up to enjoy the food and the marvelous
panoramic view on its last floor? Check yourself!

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written by neja

4 comments

  1. vicuna

    vicuna

    As lomography is more about the way you shoot and not what you shoot, I think that it's worth to take pictures in the overcrowded tourist places as in empty spaces. Big Ben was shot a million times but this doesn't mean you should not do it like you want... So I agree with you neja, the most visited places are good to shoot! And the shots of your gallery prove it well... ;)))
    And an overcrowded touristic place is always interesting because there are so many people and there are a lot of situations to take pictures of.... ;))

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  2. eyecon

    eyecon

    I can only agree with Vicuna - it always depends on the angle you shoot....

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  3. stouf

    stouf

    Ohh this gallery is simply perfect... A little smell of lomolocation of the week...

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  4. neja

    neja

    hanks, guys
    but I don't think I'll ever get Location of the week award:(

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