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  • The Bubba Gump Shrimp : The Love of Shrimp

    The Bubba Gump Shrimp : The Love of Shrimp
    The Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. Restaurant and Market is a chain of seafood restaurants inspired by the 1994 film Forrest Gump.
  • Hello Bacolod!

    Hello Bacolod!
    Tagged as the "Sugar Bowl of the Country", Bacolod City is located just near the heart of the Philippines. The crazy archipelago distributed in 7,107 islands are unique on each place, town or city. So is Bacolod!
  • Emeryville promenade and Golden Gates Bridge

    Emeryville promenade and Golden Gates Bridge
    You'll surely pass this peaceful and silent place on your way from San Francisco to Berkeley. A perfect place for the birds and yachts-watching. Home for Pixar studios cartoons, inspiring sea views, melancholic hot roads on parking lots.
  • Coimbra

    Coimbra
    Coimbra is nationally known as the city of students, because the university is the oldest one in Europe and is attended to by people from all over the country and from different parts of the world. Bathed by the Mondego river, it is a really beautiful town with a lot to explore.
  • Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok

    Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok
    Located at the heart of the city near Siam Square - the teenagers' favourite hangout, Chulalongkorn University has been one of the most prestigious universities in Thailand for a long time. Since there are 20 faculties, Chulalongkorn university is vast. There are many buildings with different designs: Traditional Thai, Modern and the combination of both styles.
  • Hallgrímskirkja, Iceland

    Hallgrímskirkja, Iceland
    Since Reykjavik is a very small capital you really can walk to Hallgrímskirkja on foot. And hence it’s so huge you probably see the tip of it from every point of the city. Interesting how the Icelandic people deal with religion. Surely it means a great deal to the people if you live on a cold rock with nothing on but ice. But with their special and awkwardly great sense for style and design they have set their mark even on the architecture of sacred places.
  • New Lucena, Philippines

    New Lucena, Philippines
    New Lucena is a 5th class municipality in the province of Iloilo, Philippines. According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 19,490 people in 3,744 households. New Lucena is a nice place to shoot. There are lot of great, tall grasses there and yes, lovely places that is like enchanting to most of us. Located in the deep-center heart of the Iloilo province, there are many ways to go there. It can be either the highway or by the other way around (Cabatuan route).
  • Laumeier Sculpture Park St. Louis, MO

    Laumeier Sculpture Park St. Louis, MO
    Just outside of St. Louis, Missouri, is an amazing place. Laumeier Sculpture park is a lomographer's dream location. The park is filled with gigantic sculptures that rest along several trails. Any one of these sculptures provides enough photo opportunities to fill rolls of film, but the park contains dozens of wonderful works for you to shoot.
  • Bahay Kubo, Dagupan

    Bahay Kubo, Dagupan
    A Bahay Kubo is a Traditional Filipino house possibly from the Spanish word “Cubo” or cube . My aunt had one made as a quick get away from troubles in the city. With the exception of a few concrete bases the entire construction is of dry straw and the ever dependable bamboo. But don’t let this pre-Hispanic form of architecture fool you. These traditional houses were perfectly suited to a country frequented by typhoons and earthquakes. They are normally elevated from the ground and the materials that are used could easily be gathered and used to rebuild the house just in case the forces of nature prove to be a handful.
  • Placerville Wineries, California

    Placerville Wineries, California
    In the fall of 2008, my family and I decided to visit two wineries in Placerville, CA. These two wineries offered a wonderful experience for everyone. They were both very accommodating, served fantastic wines, and offered beautiful surrounding views. The first winery we visited was the Boeger Winery. It was the bigger and older of the two that we visited. It had a big old building on the grounds which used to be where they processed and bottled the wines, but now it used as one their two small tasting rooms.
  • Double-XX - The glas sensation in Hamburg

    Double-XX - The glas sensation in Hamburg
    I live just across an architectural sensation of our modern days. This is because where I live, nobody else lives and only people go to work. We are talking about „Double-XX“! A stunning object completely made of steel and glass. It’s two houses in form of X, which are surrounded by a facade made of glass. So the glass which you see as the outer shelves is not carrying the weight of the house.
  • Walking along the Var river, France

    Walking along the Var river, France
    Who doesn't like walking along a river? It's so peaceful and quiet to see the water, to hear the endless water stream going along his way to the sea... A river is always a place where you can think about a lot of tings, when you're alone or with the one you love, or your friends or anybody else. It can be a river in the city, opening a magic view to a far horizon, or it can be in the forest, in a wide open space... whatever, a river is always magic.
  • Jodhpur Train-Station, India

    Jodhpur Train-Station, India
    I Have to recommend you to check out the main train station in Jodhpur. Honestly it is a must and an adventure, but still it is hard on your nerves! During our stay in Northern India we pretty much stuck to the service of our driver Karma and his beautiful white Ambassador.
  • Pavia, Philippines

    Pavia, Philippines
    This is where my heart is. Pavia is just a 15-minute drive away from the Downtown Iloilo City. It is a suburban place where most of the people would consider living in this side of town rather than the busy streets and night life of the city.
  • Barreirinhas, a dusty town on the Laziness River.

    Barreirinhas, a dusty town on the Laziness River.
    A small town on the Preguica River (Laziness River), its riverside setting and sandy patches gives it a charm of its own. Five buses a day run from São Luís, last one at 6:30 PM, 4 hours, 25 R$. Barreirinhas is a dusty town, it has a main street and a few dirt roads and lots of mango trees .
  • Al Qala'a Handicraft Souk, Oman

    Al Qala'a Handicraft Souk, Oman
    Apart from the usual malls and commercial establishments in Sohar, I wanted to see something unique that the town has to offer, and found this souk after hours on Flickr. One afternoon, I was able to locate it just a 5-minute drive from the city centre.
  • Dinagyang in Iloilo City

    Dinagyang in Iloilo City
    What's with the last Sunday of January in Iloilo? Eclipse showing only to the city? A civil war, perhaps? Well, most of the city folks will answer no, and probably won't mind you about the question, but here, every last week of January --- preferably last Sunday of the month, Dinagyang celebration is on the hype!
  • Tagaytay: Home of the cute volcano

    Tagaytay: Home of the cute volcano
    I remember going to Tagaytay as a child on weekends. How my Mom and Pop would bring me there for stargazing, horseback riding, camping or just to enjoy the crisp cold air that’s a luxury in a tropical country. The hills of Tagaytay are situated approximately 45 minutes from Manila. Couples, Friends and Families usually trek to the place for a quick weekend escape from the trappings of the city.
  • Sicogon Island, Philippines

    Sicogon Island, Philippines
    Last week, that was Saturday (sunny Saturday to be exact) me and some Lomomanila friends waked up so early in the morning (that it was dark) and paved our way to Sicogon Island. The morning was a bit cold, and for the next 2 hours and 30 minutes, I slept inside the van.
  • Waiting in the Queue to Wimbledon

    Waiting in the Queue to Wimbledon
    This Summer a long time dream of me came true - at least superficially;) I was always a tennis-crack in my teenage years, spent more time on the court than anywhere else. Back in the days I worshiped Boris Becker and imagined being a pro and playing in Wimbledon. Well, the story turned otherwise - but I played last Tuesday for the first time in six years, afterward my ass was aching - but this is another story.