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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.

  • Never Get Bored at Kuta Beach, Bali

    Never Get Bored at Kuta Beach, Bali

    Kuta Beach is one of the first beaches popularized by tourists. It's the most popular beach in Bali and the island's number one party zone. The beach stretches as far north as the eyes can see.

  • Where in the World is Marilyn Monroe?

    Where in the World is Marilyn Monroe?

    You've probably seen it so many times that is has become quite a cliche already...y'know...Marilyn Monroe's most famous pose? Still widely imitated in popular culture - and by regular folks, see the Hollywood screen goddess in all her 26-feet upskirt glory!

  • Breathtaking Sunset View at Kuta, Bali

    Breathtaking Sunset View at Kuta, Bali

    Kuta is a long sandy beach where a lot of surfers surf along the beach. The wave is more suitable for beginner surfers though. Kuta Beach is also a nice spot for viewing the sunset.

  • Shopping at Europe's Biggest Flea Market in Paris

    Shopping at Europe's Biggest Flea Market in Paris

    Marché aux puces de Saint-Ouen – the biggest flea market in Europe is an absolute must do on your to-do list when visiting Paris! The market holds about 2,000 to 3,000 booths on a 15km-long area that offers anything one could hope for. I enjoyed all the little alleys the most (the one you can see in the picture).

  • University of Hawaii at Manoa

    University of Hawaii at Manoa

    The center of learning in Oahu, Hawaii has got to be its University, located in Manoa. The campus is beautiful, and there are many natural elements built into the area.

  • Beyond the Logo: Starbucks and Lomo!

    Beyond the Logo: Starbucks and Lomo!

    We all know that Starbucks has pretty much conquered the consumerist world. However, since my friends and I spend so much time at Starbucks, I have taken many of my Lomography photos there - so it's a place near and dear to my heart. This article will be a short survey of the various cafes my friends and I frequent around Oahu.

  • Ha Pak Nai: The Sunset on the Horizon

    Ha Pak Nai: The Sunset on the Horizon

    Let's go and enjoy the sunset as summer is here again! There are too many skyscrapers in the city and the pace of life is too fast. Let's get closer to nature during the weekends and holiday away!

  • Has the Sun Finally Set On Singapore’s Sunset Way?

    Has the Sun Finally Set On Singapore’s Sunset Way?

    Five years ago, this food locale was heralded as the next up-and-coming F&B hotspot. But with the hype having fizzled away, what’s left of this much-anticipated food destination for those living around the area?

  • Shoot Your Hearts Out at Luna Park, Coney Island

    Shoot Your Hearts Out at Luna Park, Coney Island

    Even if you are not a fan of taking thrill rides, the opportunity to go to one of the biggest amusement parks in the planet will definitely excite you. So, get ready with your favorite Lomo firearms to conquer this colorful and fun-filled land!

  • Your Neighborhood’s Boring? Look Again

    Your Neighborhood’s Boring? Look Again

    Think you got nothing to shoot? Try looking at your own neighborhood again. You’ll be surprised at what you can find if you looked hard enough.

  • Locations Feature of the Week

    Locations Feature of the Week

    Proving that stunning photographs aren't just limited to full-color ones, the standout locations feature for the first week of May, was a delight to see, read, and even watch as it's author, dreadlockboy makes use of one of Lomography's latest babies and a favored classic.

  • A Trip across Venice with My Lubitel 166B and Polaroid Land Camera 340

    A Trip across Venice with My Lubitel 166B and Polaroid Land Camera 340

    I'm Lewis, a photography student from London, and I took a trip with two friends across Venice, Rome, and Amsterdam during the last week of February. In this article I will be focusing on our visit to the historic and beautiful city of Venice, showing the photographs I captured with my Lubitel 166B and Polaroid.

  • Cherry Blossoms in Taichung

    Cherry Blossoms in Taichung

    My only expedition to see the cherry blossoms this year took me to Dakeng, Taichung in Taiwan. We visited Taichung over the long weekend back in February and my friends decided to make the trip to a private plot of cherry trees that was kindly made public by the owner for the first time this year. There are other famous cherry blossoms viewing spots in Taiwan, for example: Yangminshan National Park, Wuling Farm and Alishan Forest but they are usually way too crowded during the peak of blooming.

  • The Eiffel Tower in Black and White

    The Eiffel Tower in Black and White

    The Eiffel Tower is probably Paris’ most famous landmark and well worth a visit. If like me you happen to visit it in the middle of a rainstorm, all is not lost. Make sure you load some black-and-white film for some atmospheric shots and if you are lucky, some great reflective images!

  • Exploring the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

    Exploring the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

    Located at Clear Water Bay, the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology is a place waiting for you to explore and discover its beauty. Don’t just stay inside the academic building, go outside to take a look at the beautiful nature.

  • Atlantis...FOUND IN THE PHILIPPINES!

    Atlantis...FOUND IN THE PHILIPPINES!

    For years the lost city of Atlantis has been...well, for the lack of a better word, lost, but historians, scientists, and everyday folks have always been on the lookout for possible remnants of what's believed to be one of the most advance civilizations in the ancient world, and now, can we safely assume that it has finally been found?

  • Magazine Update: Lomography Locations Section Submission Guidelines

    Magazine Update: Lomography Locations Section Submission Guidelines

    Near or far, the Locations section aims to feed community members' wanderlust by introducing them to popular as well as newly-discovered places all around the world. Whether it be about a quaint cafe back home or a luxurious trip to someplace exotic, this section provides a convenient venue for analogue lovers who have a favorite location to share.

  • The Stevie G. Hotel

    The Stevie G. Hotel

    Why Stevie G.? Maybe you already know why, because the owner loves this club which is based in Liverpool, Merseyside. So he named it after the current captain of the squad, Steven Gerrard also known as "Stevie G". This hotel is located on the highlands of Bandung so there's a bit of a mountain chill there. It's also very unique because it has 24 rooms and each room features unique interiors. Now let's begin the tour.

  • From Bastille to La Villette: A Boat Ride Up the Canal St. Martin

    From Bastille to La Villette: A Boat Ride Up the Canal St. Martin

    Any city looks different from the water. The canal St. Martin is a favorite spot in Paris and taking a boat ride on the canal was a great opportunity to discover (and shoot) another side of the canal.

  • Shopping Hours Are Now Over at this Mall

    Shopping Hours Are Now Over at this Mall

    There is a new landlord for Singapore's Turf City shopping mall and nobody really knows what's going to happen to this place after February 2012. So before it gets razed to the ground, I decided to pay a visit to the former turf club, where horses once raced against each other for our entertainment.