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  • Mont Sainte Victoire

    Mont Sainte Victoire
    Mont Sainte Victoire is a symbol of Provence, like the Mont Ventoux and the Sainte Baume massif. Situated 20 kms east from Aix-en-Provence, it is the major landmark of the Aix area. It extends on 18 kms length and 5 kms broad, and reaches an altitude of 1011 m at Pic des Mouches.
  • The Salton Sea

    The Salton Sea
    If you ever just want to get away from it all (the city, the people, the traffic, the noise) and rather immerse yourself in total dilapidation and desolation, then the Salton Sea is definitely a spot worth checking out.
  • San Andres Place and Chapel of Obispo in Madrid

    San Andres Place and Chapel of Obispo in Madrid
    It was a sunny day of February, and I was visiting Madrid with two friends. We stopped in this area for lunch : ‘Un bocadillo y un coca por favor’ in the café of the corner and decided to take a seat. It was very strange, there were only old people with dogs, maybe twelve or thirteen dogs running away, barking at me and sniffing at my sandwich!........
  • Rompin Pahang

    Rompin Pahang
    Rompin Beach is one of the most beautiful unspoiled beaches along the southern coast of Pahang. Located on the Johor-Pahang border, this beach is very near to the second largest national park in the Peninsula, Endau-Rompin National Park which is made up of a lush, pristine tropical rain forest.
  • L'Estaque (Marseille)

    L'Estaque (Marseille)
    Estaque is a working class district situated north of the old harbour of Marseille. The word Estaque means bond (to moor boats) in Provencal.
  • Splendid Chinese Temple (Nontaburi)

    Splendid Chinese Temple (Nontaburi)
    On my sunny day, my lovely friend and I want to go to somewhere beautiful and silent for taking photos. We don't have any ideas about where we are going to. First, we want to go to temple, but the trouble is which temple we want. Then we both conceive the new and nice Chinese temple in Nontaburi, Thailand......
  • Miranda do Douro

    Miranda do Douro
    Miranda do Douro is a beautiful and small city in the northeastern part of Portugal. It is located on the border with Spain, with the Douro River separating the two countries. Being a city situated on a high point, the first king of Portugal saw its military potential, so he built a castle. This castle and the fortifications were destroyed during the many wars fought against the Spanish and the French.
  • Trafalgar Square (London)

    Trafalgar Square (London)
    I ride through there sometimes and even more occasionally I stop and take some pretty pics. I imagine it's especially nice in or after the rain because the the ground would be really shiny and all the lights would make pretty shadows and reflections and people would have umbrellas and they always look cool.
  • Republika Kazantip

    Republika Kazantip
    h2. Introducing the Festival of the Bright and the Free - The Lomographic Republic of Kazantip
  • Mount Soledad (San Diego)

    Mount Soledad (San Diego)
    *When to go?* When the skies are clear, the night view is just as beautiful as the day view......
  • Sopot

    Sopot
    Sopot is a small town up in the north of Poland, at the freezing Baltic sea, famous in the area as a beach resort - very charming indeed, with its mansions and the old Grand Hotel from the 20's. Together with Gdansk and Gdynia, Sopot is part of the "Trojmiasto" (a city-triplet), being connected to their big neighbors by train.
  • Wightlink Ferry

    Wightlink Ferry
    The Wightlink Ferry wouldn't necessarily be a favorite Lomo location for me, if it were not for the fact that in order to travel anywhere away from the island where I live, the journey always starts with a ferry ride. The crossing on the car ferry takes about 40 minutes and I make that trip about once a month. I spend much of the crossing time looking for new Lomo shots and it's interesting how a place that is very familiar can often offer up new opportunities for pictures. Different lighting and weather condition scan transform a common sight into a memorable picture.
  • Kosovo Markets

    Kosovo Markets
    Kosovo is calm at the moment, but you never know. The southern part of Serbia is always on the threshold of trouble. Because 90 percent of all kosovars in Albania naturally seek for independence, but this is a long way to go. Meanwhile Kosovo is a shopping paradise for soldiers, politicians and whoever sets his foot on a friendly market. They offer great skullcaps, Adidas-shoes for a handful of dollars and they have a huge industry of barber-shops! And they barb as hell, every hairsection you could imagine with the sharpest knives around and with the most exciting feeling, that life comes and life goes...
  • Bishan Park

    Bishan Park
    h2. MID-AUTUMN FESTIVAL
  • Holocaust Memorial (Berlin)

    Holocaust Memorial (Berlin)
    A 19.000 square meter huge site covered with 2.711 cement blocks, or also called "stelae". All of the stelae have the same length of 2,38m, same width of 0,95m and vary in the height from 0,2m to 4,8m. Due to the wavy ground the whole site gets a shape of a huge wave. The architect Peter Eisenman produced an uneasy and confusing atmosphere on the site that once located the Reichskanzlei (Reichs Chancellery) of Adolf Hitler during the Third Reich.......
  • Donkey Sanctuary

    Donkey Sanctuary
    The Sanctuary was established in 1987 to provide a safe, permanent home for any donkey in distress or otherwise in need of care and attention. I just love this place, apart from a lot of sad looking donkeys in some fields there's not much else to see, but the donkeys are so lovely and friendly - even though they look melancholic and depressed - and they just love to have their ears and backs scratched. They make this extraordinary "Hee-Haw" noise that guarantees to bring a smile on your face. When the donkeys are hungry they will try to eat anything, Lomo cameras included, if only they could reach them.
  • Hoppings Funfair

    Hoppings Funfair
    *When to go*: in July *What to see*: What isn't there to see! Eat hotdogs, hamburgers, chips, toffee apples, pop corn and candy floss to your heart's content and then be thrown around in a wild, spinning, twisting-up-side-down spaceship while tripping the light fantastic and chucking your guts up. Prepare for blast off!
  • Cité Radieuse

    Cité Radieuse
    The Cite Radieuse in Marseille, designed by Le Corbusier, one of the greatest architects of all time. Everyone can visit this place in any time. It has a very good panoramic view from its' terrace. You just can't stop yourself shooting when you get there.
  • Petronas Twin Towers (Kuala Lumpur)

    Petronas Twin Towers (Kuala Lumpur)
    A very good laboratory. I believe Kuala Lumpur City Centre is a very good spot for every Lomographer in Malaysia. Although it is a typical tourist sight, I still like to go shooting there, especially some experimental shots.
  • Melaten (Cologne)

    Melaten (Cologne)
    Cemeteries make nice Lomographic motives. This is a huge public cemetery in Cologne. Usually cemeteries are places where you don't take a stroll. It's a place to find peace and to come to rest (in both senses of the word). But Melaten is a bit different. It is constructed like a park. There is a lot of green, trees, meadows, bushes and the graves and gravestones adapt somehow into the landscape. What is so special about this cemetery are its magnificent and elaborate gravestones decorated with larger than life angels and other figures - the Death for example.