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  • Luxembourg

    Luxembourg, Luxembourg. A small country in Europe with unknown beauty and wonderful places to see. Here I will only talk about the Capitol of Luxembourg. Which in fact calls itself Luxembourg as well. The City has an population of about 85'000 inhabitants. Which makes it a very small city but still there's a lot to see. Also Luxembourg City is very close to cities like Brussels, Paris, Cologne,... . So should you ever be close to Luxembourg don't hesitate to give it a try.
  • Baywalk-ing

    I present to you Baywalk, in Roxas blvd. One of the best places to take a rest, shoot pictures, or just to sit and wait for the sunset after a hard day at the office. It is also a place where you can see soon to be married couples having their pre-nup pics taken. Being in baywalk is like having the best of both worlds.
  • Small Dune and Laguna Beaches Sinai, Egypt

    Small Dune and Laguna Beaches Sinai, Egypt
    Sinai was for decades known by its spacey wild sea beaches, where infrequent visitors and couples where able to seclude from the civilization, to spend at least a few days in a shelter of branches and to enjoy delicious Bedouin and Egyptian food.
  • Ghostship-Ride, El Viaje Grande

    Ghostship-Ride, El Viaje Grande
    I wanted to go from Germany to Algeria. Like always, things were getting complicated and you had to adjust smartly to the odds. The possibilities were taking a plane, a ship or do the walk instead of just of talking the talk. I fell in love with the idea to take a ferry from Spain to Algeria. Those are the most common option for most of the Algerians living abroad.
  • Bukhara

    Now we are talking the real old school: When you talk about the United States or even Germany, we are talking about countries, which are as young as a child, who is starting to speak its first words. If we want to talk about adults and grandfather we will have to talk about the fabulous Uzbekistan and the city of Bukhara.
  • Ribeira Sacra

    Ribeira Sacra
    The Ribeira Sacra is truly a magic place. This area of the North of Spain, located where the Sil and Miño rivers meet, is full of history and breathtaking natural landscapes. Especially worth mentioning are the spectacular Cañones del Sil, which one can admire navigating along the river or from one of the many observatories along the road.
  • The Hot Race at Sepang International Circuit

    The Hot Race at Sepang International Circuit
    Sepang International Circuit was officially opened on March 9, 1999 by the Prime Minister Dato’ Seri Dr. Mahathir Mohamad. It's situated 85 km from our Kuala Lumpur city center and it's accessible to mostly all the major highways in KL.
  • Sand dunes of Oursi

    Sand dunes of Oursi
    I went to the Touareg area of Oursi (north of Burkina Faso) to discover the desert, at the limit of the Sahel and Sahara desert, where the trees and bushes disappear, replaced by the sand...
  • Peillon village behind Nice and Monaco

    Peillon village behind Nice and Monaco
    Peillon a picturesque village behind Nice and Monaco. When you'll be bored with beaches , pay a visit to the village of the hinterland. Take your car or a bus, drive 20 kms and discover a new world : olds villages, with narrow streets of cobblestones, houses in stones, ancient fountains, and old churches.
  • Angkor Wat Siam Reap, Cambodia

    Angkor Wat Siam Reap, Cambodia
    I went to Cambodia with my friends a couple of weeks ago.. Angkor Wat temple complex was definitely the main part of our visit, we didn't travel around Cambodia aside from Siem Reap.
  • Pueblo Viejo de Belchite - La memoria histórica

    Pueblo Viejo de Belchite - La memoria histórica
    There are actually two Belchites: the pueblo nuevo and the pueblo viejo, the new and the old village. The story of this site is the perfect example of the terrible consequences of a civil war. In August 1937, one year after the beginning of the Spanish war, the Republican forces tried to regain Belchite as a part of an offensive which should allow them to recover the city of Zaragoza, about 50 km away and capital of the region.
  • An afternoon in San Miguel by the Bay

    An afternoon in San Miguel by the Bay
    San Miguel by the Bay located behind the Majestic SM Mall of Asia is a street lomographer's paradise. One will never run out of things to shoot! From kids sulking in the afternoon sun to a woman spending time with herself and even to my surprise, kite boarders!
  • Isla de Tabarca

    Isla de Tabarca
    The Island of Tabarca is a spanish island at the Mediterranean sea. At first called Isla de San Pablo or Isla de Santa Pola, as the cape Santa Pola near by, it's actual name comes from the tunisian island of Tabarqah, from where the first setlers came, at the reign of Carlos III (XVIII century). By that time it functioned as a pirate stronghold and a fort remained until today. It is the only inhabited island of the Comunidad Valenciana.
  • Sir Winston Churchill Square

    Sir Winston Churchill Square
    Sounds like a location in the UK, non? Well, our fine Canadian city _does_ have a fairly British sounding name... Sir Winston Churchill Square is nearly smack-dab-in-the-middle of the "Festival City", and many of our festivals and other events are held here. Whether it's to watch a family movie on a three-storey inflatable screen, or to take in the International Street Performers Festival, this is the place that Edmontonians gather to soak up culture.
  • Modern Revelation Restaurant

    Modern Revelation Restaurant
    Last month, I went to Pasir Gudang, Johor. My boss sent me there for a road show for the weekend. I grab this opportunities to visit some of my lomo friends who lives there. They promise me and bring me to visit one of the most special restaurant in town. It's the "Modern Revelation Restaurant" (4,Jalan Molek 1/10,Taman Molek,81100.Johor Bharu). It's a Japanese Style BBQ restaurant.
  • Lost World Of Tambun Water Theme Park (sunway City Ipoh)

    Lost World Of Tambun Water Theme Park (sunway City Ipoh)
    Last week me and my friends hangout at Lost World of Tambun.Great place to hangout with friend and family. Hidden amongst the lush greenery of Tambun, Ipoh is a fully themed water park that appears to emerge from the surrounding limestone cliffs and vibrant jungle. New world of adventure just waiting to be explored. What was once a valley of old has now exploded to life with the river of adventure, raging waterfalls, rushing rapids, majestic cliffs, magnificent tigers, ancient caves and hot springs with therapeutic properties. Here we call the park is the sister theme park of Sunway Lagoon in Petaling Jaya.
  • Hampstead Heath, London

    Hampstead Heath, London
    London might be a megapolis with the population over 12 millions of people, but it is also one of the greenest cities you can ever find. It is full of parks, marshes, woods and so on. Hampstead Heath is one of the London's biggest treasures. It is a massive park on the hills, with ponds for nudists, people in bikinis and all sorts of ducks and swans. It is favorite destination for parents with children, kite flyers and dog walkers, not to count the tourists and fans of the spectacular views.
  • ...and there was Mono

    ...and there was Mono
    For me, it all started from Monolake - one of the most hypnotizing deep techno projects in the world. Then, I've realized that the name followed Mono lake, located in Mono county near the Mono city, California. Digged for more info, it turned that the lake has a long psychodelic history: for example, some photos for Pink Floyd "Wish You Were Here" album were shot there.
  • Pulau Pinang, Batu Feringghi

    Pulau Pinang, Batu Feringghi
    Pulau Pinang is famous for it's delicious food and also it's beach. The beach is what Batu Feringgi famous for. The beach itself is quite good, thought not up there with Malaysia's best and the water is not of the tropically clear variety you might expect. The beach is kept clean.
  • Siam Square Bangkok

    Siam Square Bangkok
    According to the Lonely Planet Bangkok, Siam Square is a network of some 12 lanes lined with Shops, selling mid price designer clothes, books, sporting goods and antiques - for the lomographers eye it´s a paradise of shots that needs to be taken at the square. Tourists, Ladyboys, Students, and Businessman - all collide in this commercial melting pot.