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Here are our selected world locations! If you're after more globe trotting fun, head over to the main Locations Section.

  • Map It And Tag It Rumble - Liverpool!

    Map It And Tag It Rumble - Liverpool!

    Liverpool is a city and metropolitan borough of Merseyside, England along the eastern side of the Mersey Estuary. It was founded as a borough in 1207 and was granted city status in 1880. Liverpool is the fourth largest city in the United Kingdom (third largest in England) and has a population of 435,500, and lies at the centre of the wider Liverpool Urban Area, which has a population of 816,216. And a band called The Beatles came from there - I doubt you've heard of them.

  • When Lomo Went to the Seaside

    When Lomo Went to the Seaside

    I visited Blackpool after an absence of thirteen years but this time went armed with a Vivi and a roll of E-6. Not only that but this was to be my first experience with lo-fi photography after spending the last few years in a digital only world. It was certainly an eye opener!

  • London: A Fantastic City

    London: A Fantastic City

    London is a fantastic city. Aside from its rich history and culture, there are just so many exciting sights to see and explore. It is a great pleasure to visit London. Every time, there is something new to explore in London. Here are a few suggestions.

  • Historic Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta, GA

    Historic Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta, GA

    I woke up on a beautiful Saturday morning and had no plans other than going downtown to a friend's yard sale. So the first thing that I did was grab my camera bag and head out of the house. I knew I wanted to take some photos but wasn't sure where. After browsing through the great yard sale items, I asked my friend if he knows any places close by that I can snap a few pictures of. He brings up Oakland Cemetery which is only about a mile away from his house.

  • Tung Choi Street and Ladies Street: a Mirage-Like Flea Market in Mong Kok, Hong Kong

    Tung Choi Street and Ladies Street: a Mirage-Like Flea Market in Mong Kok, Hong Kong

    On a hot summer's day, most people would prefer to go to an air conditioned mall, but what about you? Would you come to a hot and stuffy flea market like Ladies Street even just for the bargains alone? Whether you're interested in some sightseeing or shopping, Ladies Street in Hong Kong is something that you might want to visit.

  • Waterfall Trails - A Journey Through Pondoland

    Waterfall Trails - A Journey Through Pondoland

    One of South Africa's best-kept secrets is hidden along its eastern coast - the Transkei. It remains untouched and is rich in culture, people, and wilderness. With no cellphone signal, internet or electricity close by there's nothing else to do but explore our surroundings and create our own adventures.

  • Magic Doubtful Sound: Is this Norway or New Zealand?

    Magic Doubtful Sound: Is this Norway or New Zealand?

    Exploring the beauty of a Fjord...I thought that this was only possible in Norway but in fact, you can explore the surprising Fjordland in southwestern New Zealand! We went to the Doubtful Sound and despite it's name, there's no doubt that it's one of the most amazing places I've ever seen.

  • Man's Achievements: the Giza Necropolis

    Man's Achievements: the Giza Necropolis

    After spending 17 hours and traversing one quarter around the globe, I finally set foot on Egypt's Cairo. This is my first trip to Africa so I wasted no time in documenting my trip through analogue photographs - especially the pyramids, definitely one of the highlights of my trip.

  • Marina Bay Sands Sky Park

    Marina Bay Sands Sky Park

    It was my first time to go up to one of the tallest buildings in Singapore. I got a free ticket from my sister-in-law to go up the Marina Bay Sands Sky Park which offers a nice view and awesome landscapes. I highly recommend this place for those who love taking landscape photos, as long as you are willing to pay the $20 entrance fee. But remember, no tripod.

  • The Inspirational Cameron Highlands

    The Inspirational Cameron Highlands

    Last study break, I went to an illustrious place about 1,200 meters above sea level. The cool but warmhearted place is known as Cameron Highlands. It is one of those places which can give you a feel of escape from the all-year long hotness of the Malaysian weather.

  • Tangs: Orchard Road's Best Dressed Building

    Tangs: Orchard Road's Best Dressed Building

    Tangs beat Ion Orchard, Orchard Central, and Paragon to win the title as Orchard Road's Best-Dressed Building this year. Tangs dazzled the judges and shoppers with a pop art inspired facade and a Christmas tree made of recycled cosmetics bottles.

  • GLOW Eindhoven 2010: A Photographer's Dream

    GLOW Eindhoven 2010: A Photographer's Dream

    Imagine a walk through downtown Eindhoven at night, killing half an hour to get to the cinema. Suddenly, you see light being projected from one end of the market square to the other and vice versa. Words were being projected on the ground and on buildings. Abstract shapes being projected over people - everything. When I looked down, I felt the ever-ready LC-A+ in my hands, which means there's only one thing to do now: SHOOT!

  • The Sky Tower of Auckland

    The Sky Tower of Auckland

    One of the main attractions in Auckland (New Zealand's biggest city) is the Sky Tower. The Sky Tower allows you to have amazing panoramic views over the whole city and is as well a great photographic subject to shoot from outside.

  • Ephesus: A Walk Through Time

    Ephesus: A Walk Through Time

    Some of the best preserved Roman ruins (which aren't even in Italy); as seen through the plastic lens of a Diana F+. Let me take you on a trip through time in Ephesus. I was lucky enough to get on a cruise tour where my Diana F+ and I soaked in the culture and the sights and sounds of this historical site.

  • Capital Ex

    Capital Ex

    Winter is a great time to remember summer, is it not? What is it about this annual exhibition that inspires my love/hate relationship with crowds and cotton candy? If you're a bit confused on what I'm talking about, here's a look at Capital Ex - an annual festival that we get to enjoy - or not, every July.

  • The Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, California

    The Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, California

    It's considered as one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World and its beautiful and graceful lines stretches between San Francisco and Marin County to the north - in perfect harmony with it's setting. Taken together, the bridge and the Golden Gate framing, the San Francisco skyline is one of the most awe-inspiring sights on earth and certainly one of the most photographed. One can only envy early travelers arriving in San Francisco by ship and what emotion they must have felt.

  • DNA on the Bay!

    DNA on the Bay!

    Singapore unveiled the World's first curved double helix bridge at Marina Bay on 24th April, 2010. The DNA inspired Helix Bridge links the Marina Center to the Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resorts, enabling pedestrian traffic between these 2 locations.

  • Bora Bora, the Pearl of the Pacific

    Bora Bora, the Pearl of the Pacific

    Bora Bora...a name which evokes a place that is already close to being considered as "paradise". I actually had the chance to go there for a week; sailing in one of the world's most beautiful lagoons, enjoying the marvelous views, and of course, taking lots of pictures.

  • A Colorful Trip to Monet's Garden

    A Colorful Trip to Monet's Garden

    There's nothing like Claude Monet's paintings to get you inspired and start taking photos. Monet's Garden is actually the place where I really started to get into Lomography. The scenery here is just so lovely that it makes you want to keep on taking photos, just to capture every beautiful sight!

  • Berlin, the City I Live In

    Berlin, the City I Live In

    It was in 2007 when I first came to Berlin and it was love at first sight! Unfortunately, I was only there for a 10-day vacation. Still, memories of that trip never failed to excite me even as I wandered around in my old hometown. As fate would have it, a year later, I met the love of my life, who, coincidentally, was living in Berlin! So I made the big leap - I got married and moved to Berlin! And to this day, that still holds the top spot as the best decision I've ever made!