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  • Wakefield

    The city of Wakefield, the place where my parents were born and where I have spent most of my short life. Its handy for shopping but it's not as good as Leeds. It's got a great strip of pub and clubs with fairly decent music and after you've hit the clubs you can always got to the ever so handy subways. But lets not forget the magnificent Cathedral that gives the goths and the moshes a place to hang out.
  • Sarawak, Malaysia

    Sarawak, Malaysia
    Singgahsana Lodge is a concept guesthouse by travellers for travellers. Strategically located along Temple Street in the heart of beautiful Kuching City, Singgahsana Lodge is only 20 steps from the famed Kuching Waterfront and 15 steps from the oldest Chinese Tua Pek Kong Temple. Straddled between the old and new quarters of the city, you could spend the morning walking along quaint narrow alleyways in old Kuching where tinsmiths noisily go about their work, spice and textile traders selling their merchandise and then spend the afternoon wandering around modern malls in new Kuching afterwards.
  • Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

    Damnoen Saduak Floating Market
    Have u ever eat and buy souvenir during a ride on a boat in the river? Floating market is a place where the Thais sells food, vegetables during the early days and now had become one of the most interesting tourist spot in Thailand. According to travel books, there are a few Floating Market around Bangkok. Most of them is commercialized imitation of Damnoen Saduak. Today, this Bangkok Floating Market deals with more tourists than it does local people
  • Crater Lake (Southern Cascades)

    Crater Lake (Southern Cascades)
    Crater Lake is an 8 x 10 km remnant caldera of Mount Mazama located in the southern Cascades of Oregon. 7,700 years ago Mount Mazama explosively erupted in one of the world’s largest known Holocene (<10,000 years old) eruptions.
  • Museumsquartier, Vienna

    Museumsquartier, Vienna
    If you are interested in several kinds of art, like contemporary art, expressionism, dance, architecture, and so on, don’t miss to visit the Museumsquartier! There your artistic heart will beat faster and cut little capers.
  • Bacolod Masskara Festival

    Bacolod Masskara Festival
    Well if you felt like Mardi Gras was the talk of the town every year in the Bourbon Street somewhere in Brazil, you may have fun also in Bacolod City where they celebrate the Masskara Festival (Mask Festival) every October!
  • Fuente Osmeña

    Fuente Osmeña
    Built in honor of Cebu's "Grand Old Man", Sergio Osmeña - the fourth president of the Commonwealth of the Philippines - and to commemorate the city's first waterworks system, Fuente Osmeña is a fountain rotunda where Cebu's major thoroughfares converge: Gen. Maxilom Avenue (aka Mango Avenue), Osmeña Boulevard (aka Jones Avenue, towards downtown) and B. Rodriguez Street. The oval was built in 1912.
  • Munich Airport (Franz Josef Strauß Airport)

    Munich Airport (Franz Josef Strauß Airport)
    Mostly when I go on a journey by airplane I use to start at Munich Airport. It is the nearest airport to the place where I live and the one with the best directions. Near these convenient things it is an airport with a fantastic design where your waiting time spins away by watching the great architecture, in comfortable cafes or in the several kinds of shops you can find there.
  • Beacon Hill Park, Victoria

    Beacon Hill Park, Victoria
    This always seems like a park made up of many little parks to me. Probably because I get a little turned around and occasionally lost every time I visit this little piece of west coast paradise. There are delicately manicured gardens, fountains, monuments, a petting zoo, and much more. The fresh coastal air and well kept grounds keep me coming back.
  • Paredes Beach, Alcobaça

    Paredes Beach, Alcobaça
    Paredes beach is located in the central Portuguese Atlantic cost, between Nazaré and São Pedro de Moel, it is one of my favorite places to relax and to take some photos, the village is very simple but it has some of the best restaurants for those who like seafood, in the summer is packed with tourists that seek wonderful, sunny and sandy beaches.
  • The Hunstanton Seaside

    The Hunstanton Seaside
    The seaside town of Hunstanton is situated on the Norfolk Coastline in between many pleasant and idyllic little towns and villages. The town itself is awash with colour, candyfloss and most prominently - "Tat!"
  • Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche

    The Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche is situated on the Breitscheidplatz at the Kurfürstendamm in Berlin Charlottenburg. It was built from 1891 to 1895 in memorial of Emperor Wilhelm I. The first church was designed by Franz Schwechten, the royal government building officer at this time.
  • Ravenstein Gallery - a trip to the 50s

    Ravenstein Gallery - a trip to the 50s
    This is one of my favorite spots in Brussels, a true lomographer's paradise, especially for those who like 50's architecture. The Ravenstein gallery was in fact built between 1954 and 1958, right on time for the Expo '58, the international exhibition that radically transformed the city. Apart from the Atomium, there's very little left of the actual Expo, but in the city you can still find here and there some fine examples of the architecture and spirit of that time.
  • Littoral Path of Cap d'Ail

    Littoral Path of Cap d'Ail
    There's a beautiful path along the coast going from Cap d'Ail to Monaco. The starting point is Mala Beach at Cap d'Ail (near Monaco, see other location about this place) were you can take a little path through the rocks and who is leading you to Monaco.
  • Fortress Kufstein

    Fortress Kufstein
    Fortress Kufstein ist the landmark of the city of Kufstein, a picturesque town in the Tyrolean Unterinntal. The fortress is situated above the city and it is a very impressing building which exists since the 11th century.
  • Songkhla, Thailand

    Songkhla, Thailand
    I wasn't aware that there is seaside at the Songkhla, till I found it on the map during my trip to Hadyai. Without hesitate, I asked a local business women of how to get there. A ride on a van or bus only takes roughly 30 minutes and it's only around cost around 30bath. I still remember my first impression towards Songkhla was - a small peaceful town.
  • Port of Nice

    Port of Nice
    The port of Nice is one of my favorite place to shoot. It's a very inspiring place, not only because it's a wide open space in front of the sea, but also because there are always a lot of new big ships to see, prestigious old sailboats or impressing giant cruisers.
  • MoMA (New York City)

    MoMA (New York City)
    The Museum of Modern Art in New York is the most famous modern art museum in the world. It was founded in 1929 by Abby Aldrich Rockefeller, Lillie P. Bliss, Mrs. Cornelius Sullivan, and Alfred Barr, Jr., among others. The museum began with just 9 works, and the collection now boasts hundreds of thousands of works of art including paintings, prints, drawings, films, sculptures, books, and photos. MoMA hosts all sorts of cultural events, educational activities, and international programs.
  • Saint Johns - Minnesota

    Saint Johns - Minnesota
    Just outside of Saint Joseph there is a college called Saint Johns. I go to the high school that is located on campus. I think it is a really cool place to go and check out if you are in the area. It is very beautiful as well, especially during the fall season when all the leaves are changing.
  • Green Bridge (Vilnius)

    Green Bridge (Vilnius)
    The Žaliasis Tiltas, or “Green Bridge” is the oldest bridge in Vilnius. This bridge is one of the interesting places to see in Vilnius. It's hard to overlook the four massive Soviet sculptures at its corners. Green Bridge is the only bridge in Vilnius boasting sculptures of any kind.