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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.

  • Ultra-Wide Angle Street Photography with the Lomo LC-Wide in Taipei

    Ultra-Wide Angle Street Photography with the Lomo LC-Wide in Taipei

    When the streets of Taipei City meets an ultra-wide angle lens...black-and-white fun of wide angle street shooting begins. Here's a mini-review of the Lomo LC-Wide as a "street" camera.

  • Victoria and Alfred Hotel, Cape Town

    Victoria and Alfred Hotel, Cape Town

    A hotel with the best ever view you could possibly ever wish for. While preparing for going to Cape Town, I obviously wanted to stay somewhere with a Table Mountain view. It is called such because of the clouds rolling across the top of the mountain, which looks like a table cloth. A lot of the hotels advertised "partial Table View", but in reality, you would have to hang out by the window with the possibility of a broken neck to see even a glimpse of this majestic mountain.

  • A Secret Lunchtime Getaway Destination - Until Now

    A Secret Lunchtime Getaway Destination - Until Now

    This Thai-inspired restaurant’s exact location in Singapore is a secret known only to a select few – until now.

  • Featuring Keong Saik Road's Charming Nostalgic Architecture!

    Featuring Keong Saik Road's Charming Nostalgic Architecture!

    Once infamous for being Singapore's main hooker quarters, Keong Saik Road is now a sleepy place by day, stretching from Chinatown to Tanjong Pagar, this long road boasts of Chinese-style merchants, famous food places, Peranakan shophouses and a meander to the lesser known side streets with well-preserved heritage buildings that are carefully and wonderfully restored.

  • Escape the City and Explore the Beautiful Kingley Vale!

    Escape the City and Explore the Beautiful Kingley Vale!

    Escape from the city articles seem to be a running theme for me at the moment so why not stick to what I’m good at and introduce you to the beautiful hidden world of Kingley Vale. A place for your hit list this summer if you're along the English south coast. Described as special, spooky, and spectacular, read on to find out more about this magical countryside setting.

  • Taal Heritage Town: A Journey to the Past

    Taal Heritage Town: A Journey to the Past

    Every now and then, we need a break from the busy and fast-moving life in the city. Sometimes we need to go somewhere peaceful where we could just walk, shoot, and breathe fresh air. Going to an old town would be the perfect departure from the overloaded work waiting at the office don’t you think? Jump in and see what a relaxing place is waiting for you in the heritage town of Taal!

  • US CitySlicker David: Four Places You Can't Miss When Hiking in La Jolla

    US CitySlicker David: Four Places You Can't Miss When Hiking in La Jolla

    The Shores, The Birch Aquarium, The Salk Institute and The North Torrey Pines State Reserve are wonderful places that you could visit when hiking through La Jolla beaches.

  • US CitySlicker Nicolas: Hercules the Dynamic City by the Bay

    US CitySlicker Nicolas: Hercules the Dynamic City by the Bay

    Being a part of the Lomography San Francisco team, I’m in the city almost all the time. I love going around places like the Embarcadero and the Mission for photo walks, but this time around, I wanted to show my fellow Lomographers what I call home in the town of Hercules, California.

  • Fernwood Gardens: Wedding Paradise in the City

    Fernwood Gardens: Wedding Paradise in the City

    If you are in the Philippines, February is probably the best month to schedule your wedding. Two months before the hot and humid summer and half a year away from the typhoon season, it has the right weather to get hitched, walk down the aisle and exchange vows with your loved one. But for an all-season wedding and reception venue there is always Fernwood Gardens.

  • Ka'iwa Ridge Trail

    Ka'iwa Ridge Trail

    This trail located in Kailua offers amazing views of Oahu and also has some WWII history. High above the neighborhood of Kailua, Oahu, Hawai'i better known as "Lanikai" lies a trail that the locals like to call as "Pillboxes". It is a group of three battlements along Ka'iwa Ridge.

  • It Was a Knock Out Indoor Kite Flying Demonstration

    It Was a Knock Out Indoor Kite Flying Demonstration

    When was the last time you flew a kite? What’s more, have you ever flown a kite indoors? All rudeness aside, kite flying as a traditional cultural sport may be a lost art for today’s generation. Growing up in Singapore, with open land space getting scarce by the year, it is really difficult to find a big open plot to fly your kite.

  • Shooting and Eating Around in Taipei!

    Shooting and Eating Around in Taipei!

    I love to have adventures in urban areas and most of the time its overseas. Some years back, I went to Taipei, Taiwan with my friends for a holiday, as it was our dream to visit it so we booked the tickets to Taipei!

  • Never Ending Happiness in Japan

    Never Ending Happiness in Japan

    When I was young, I've always had this dream that I wanted Doraemon to help me with everything just like what he used to do for Nobita. As children grew up watching Doraemon, and we all know that he comes from Japan, it really prompted me to make the effort to go there.

  • What's that Shiny Thing Poking from the Sky?

    What's that Shiny Thing Poking from the Sky?

    Exploring the artwork found within these few blocks of flats in my neighbourhood left me with more questions than answers.

  • US CitySlicker trw: Visit the Birthplace of Skateboarding on Go Skateboarding Day

    US CitySlicker trw: Visit the Birthplace of Skateboarding on Go Skateboarding Day

    Go Skateboarding Day is today, June 21st. Why not check out some skateboarding hot spots in Los Angeles, the birthplace of skateboarding?

  • Basking in the Romanticism that is Paris

    Basking in the Romanticism that is Paris

    Exploring the French capital through the lens of a Diana Mini, using the x Tungsten film. The outcome was a palette of flirty pinks and muted pastels. Emphasizing on the beauty and eternity of Parisian architecture contradicted by the fleeting nature of street art appearing on any blank canvas. A whimsical romance with the city of love. Delving into the centre of what makes Paris magical.

  • Urban Adventures Like You've Never Seen Them Before

    Urban Adventures Like You've Never Seen Them Before

    Just having a camera in your hand immediately makes you open your eyes to the charm and beauty of all situations. But what about our huge cities? Places of frantic activity, traffic, commotion, dirt, pollution and poverty. How do you make beautiful photos? You make photos which truly capture and appreciate the distinct beauty of your city.

  • Rapa Nui: How to Discover the Magical World of the Moais

    Rapa Nui: How to Discover the Magical World of the Moais

    I had the chance to visit one the world's most famous places: Rapa Nui or better known as Easter Island. Discovering this amazing little island is one of the greatest travel adventures I've ever had, and thus, I want to share this unique experience with you...

  • The Couch of Goonies

    The Couch of Goonies

    On the outskirts of Naples, in a small town called Afragola, in a street that everyone knows as "'ngopp'o rettifilo" lives goonies. Okay I realized, I'll cease to praise me and especially to speak in third person and I'll be right down to it about 'What will I talk to you about this time?'

  • Fisheye Baby 110 Destination: Vanishing Venice

    Fisheye Baby 110 Destination: Vanishing Venice

    The Fisheye Baby 110's pocket size makes it the ideal travel companion. Why not visit the car-less city of Venice with it? It's unlike any other city you'll visit and every step you take deserves to be recorded. Click, click, click away in the city of the Grand Canal!