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  • Greenwich London

    Greenwich London
    This is a really nice spot in London. There are lovely buildings and great views of the whole of London if you walk to the observatory. There are also museums to keep you entertained to! Because of this there are lots of tourists which is good for candid shots and there are pretty good shops and facilities. It is really easy to get to either by train, bus or even the river!
  • Porquerolles

    Porquerolles is an Island in the South of France. A very small one indeed, with only 200 inhabitants. Its circumference is about 30 km so that it's very easy to do a whole tour in just one day. But don't be fooled, this island has a lot of secrets to share, and one week wouldn't be enough to appreciate all of them.
  • Stuibenfall (Umhausen)

    Stuibenfall (Umhausen)
    The Stuibenfall is the highest waterfall in Tirol (256m high) which you can find a little bit outside the village Umhausen situated in the Ötztal. It is a very impressing an unforgettable natural spectacle and very easily to reach.
  • Hat Yai, Thailand

    Hat Yai, Thailand
    Hat Yai is the commercial center of Southern Thailand and a popular weekend destination for visitors from Malaysia. It is located 1300 km from Bangkok and about 50 km from Pedang Besar on the Malaysian border. Hat Yai’s particular interest is shopping – driven by Malaysian weekender the market stalls offer virtually everything.
  • Oklahoma City National Memorial

    Oklahoma City National Memorial
    The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum was created to honor those who were killed, those who survived and those changed forever by the 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. The Memorial and Museum are dedicated to educating visitors about the impact of violence, informing about events surrounding the bombing, and inspiring hope and healing through lessons learned by those affected.
  • The Albaicin Quarter in Granada

    The  Albaicin Quarter in Granada
    If you are traveling through Andalucia and coming to Granada, don't miss to climb up the narrow shady streets to Placa Mirador San Nicolas opposite to the Alhambra, where you'll have an magnificent view to the building with the snowy mountains in the background.
  • Strand Pauli Beach Club (Hamburg)

    Strand Pauli Beach Club (Hamburg)
    When you live in a big city without any access to a beach you probably notice the beach clubs that grow like mushrooms in summer. Be it on top of a parking lot or at the most busy street in your town.
  • Croyde Bay

    Croyde Bay
    Croyde Bay can be found in north Devon. It's an area of outstanding beauty and has the European Blue Flag status for its clean water and sand. It's a great place to visit for a weekend to enjoy the pubs and a bit of surfing if you are that way inclined.
  • Evergreen Rocky Mountains

    Evergreen Rocky Mountains
    I went to visit an old friend in Colorado this year. She lives in a cabin in the Rockies in Evergreen. We hung out in her secluded house with her kids and her dog for a whole weekend just watching movies and catching up.
  • 5 Pointz (United States)

    5 Pointz (United States)
    5 Pointz in Queens is a former warehouse turned graffiti mecca. The building is nearly completely covered with tags and more elaborate pieces of "aerosol art." It takes up an entire city block and is one of the few places in the U.S. where graffiti is legal. The walls are constantly changing as new pieces are added and old ones are painted over.
  • Stalin-Park Tirana

    Stalin-Park Tirana
    Well, I thought Stalin is gone for good, but I found out that it's not the case in peculiar Albania. Behind the Academy of Fine Hearts, ...oops sorry, Fine Arts, he still lingers around and enjoys his dictator-pension ship. And I have to say, I am quite glad about it: Because, where can you see the grumpy Georgian nowadays? I mean, the impressive Mustache-Man died 1953 and still everyone talks about him and even more so countries follow his policies. As the Russians took over his birth town Gori in Georgia very recently, they just probably wanted to put some flowers to his feet. Because Gori is the only other place where Stalin is still hot, besides Tirana.
  • The State Fair Of Dallas, Texas

    The State Fair Of Dallas, Texas
    Each year, the State Fair of Texas is open for about one month during the fall. Every student enrolled in the Dallas Independent School District (DISD) and other local school districts are given a free ticket to go, so this event is very family friendly.
  • Pioneer Cemetery

    Pioneer Cemetery
    Located in the middle of modern Downtown Dallas, just across the street from the Dallas Convention Center, is buried the early history of Dallas, Texas.
  • Texas Football Stadium - Dallas Cowboys

    Texas Football Stadium - Dallas Cowboys
    Home of the Dallas Cowboys! Well not for long, since they are building a new stadium in Arlington for the 2009 season. So if you’re a fan of “America’s Team” then you should definitely come out to the Texas Stadium and get a tour. I’d recommend coming during the middle of the work week and right when they open for tours, at 10am.
  • Beli-Iskar

    Nestled in the heart of the RIla mountains you will find Beli-Iskar. A sleepy village with a population of about 900. We were in the area with a friend so he took around the village and the local area. If you go in winter its cold.........REALLY COLD!!! When we were there it was about -20 degrees Celsius and when I got out the car I got the same brain freeze sensation I get when I eat ice cream, just without the ice cream.
  • Vancouver, Downtown - East Side

    Vancouver, Downtown - East Side
    The Vancouver downtown east side has quite a story and history. It is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Vancouver, B.C. At the turn of the 20th century, this was the heart of Vancouver (Hastings st. & Main St.) Everything was there, the main library, the banks, City hall, fantastic shopping and even the Wood wards Department Store. The great photographer Fred Herktzog focussed much of his time to this area.
  • Bulgaria in Communist times

    Bulgaria in Communist times
    I visited Bulgaria while it was still communist. The first thing that kept my attention was the Cyrillic writings on traffic signs. It took some exercise and learning to manage my way into Bulgaria. These Cyrillic letters are very nice and you feel yourself like in an exotic and unknown country, when you have to read them first.
  • Sanatorium Ferghana

    Sanatorium Ferghana
    Uzbekistan is certainly lacking in infrastructure, especially in the field of tourism. Considering it is so rich in historic sites and have such a great potential they surely are years behind.
  • Ujungberung Traditional Market

    Ujungberung Traditional Market
    One blind morning I was still asleep in my bedroom and my mom was yelling at me and said "Come on lad,let's go to the Ujungberung Traditional Market... you always want to go Lomo hunting in that kind of place right?" and I awoke quickly and put a Kodak gold ISO 100 in my beloved LC-A. After arriving in that traditional marked I looked at my watch, it's still 6 AM in the morning. But I wanted to feel that Lomo moment again, this time in the traditional market.
  • Kreshchatyk & Maidan Nezalezhnosti

    Kreshchatyk & Maidan Nezalezhnosti
    Most people think that Ukraine came from Russia, but it's actually the other way around. Kievan Rus was founded around 880 AD, and was an early predecessor of Ukraine, Russia, and Belarus. So people have been living in that particular spot for over 1200 years! It's incredible when you think about it. I just love Kiev, it is the capital and has a population of 4 million people.