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  • Fussa (Tokyo)

    Fussa (Tokyo)
    Fussa is the Brooklyn of Tokyo. It's not a city, it's a community. It's the most international community in all Tokyo and I would even go so far as to say that it's the most international part of Tokyo. You can walk into any bar in Fussa on any night and make instant friends.
  • Colours of Yellowstone National Park

    Colours of Yellowstone National Park
    Ahh, Yellowstone, one of the tourist capitals of the world. My parents have a cabin nearby and so I have been there numerous times. As it is a tourist hot-zone, I typically try to avoid taking my camera, but I got suckered in one time and happened to have some slide film in there. I snapped a few and realized why people take their cameras and decided that I will always have one with me on future visits.
  • My Window (Torino)

    My Window (Torino)
    You're gonna tell me: well, what a strange location! My window (but it could be yours too!) is quite far from offering to your eyes a cool dreamy landscape... Some ugly buildings and streets, and even a huge block of police barracks... Not so lovely eh!
  • The Parking Garage (Florida)

    The Parking Garage (Florida)
    For my favorite spot of lomo fun, I go to a tiny parking garage in downtown St. Petersburg, Florida. When I had a class nearby I went fairly regularly and there was a lot of construction going on and a lot of fun signs all about, which I love because I always feel as though signs are shouting at me. Once I was brazen enough to slip past security (who was blaring classical music and chatting up a fairly bootylicious woman) and construction hazards and make it up to the rooftop.
  • Villa Noailles

    Villa Noailles
    In 1924, one of the most daring and influential patrons of the arts, Charles and Marie Laure de Noailles commissioned the architect Robert Mallet Stevens to build the Villa Noailles in Hyères in the South of France.
  • Sant Miquel (Barcelona)

    Sant Miquel (Barcelona)
    The beach of Sant Miquel just at the end of the area of Barceloneta (and often called Barceloneta Beach), is one of the famous beaches of Barcelona. Sure, many tourists are going to this beach in the summer, and in the middle of the afternoon it's really full and difficult to find a place... But if you go there early in the morning (8.00 am or after 7.00 pm) or in the late afternoon, you'll have the beach almost for you alone :).
  • Prague

    If you like old town and cheap beer, jazz orchestra on the Charles's bridge and having a quick meal at KFC. If you wanna see the Jewish area with it's synagogues and you like blue-cheesy pancakes. If you wanna hurt your feet by walking around the city until you cannot stand up anymore and drink a mojito outside a café to heal you.
  • Melnrage breakwater

    Melnrage breakwater
    Well, this breakwater is the main one in Lithunia, because next to it there is a path from the Baltic Sea to the Kursiu Sea. You can come here anytime you want, day or night, but I offer you to come here during a storm.
  • Paros

    Paros is one of the biggest islands of the Cyclades. My friend and I spent most of our time in the island's capital Parikia where we arrived with the ferry from Piraeus. It's a nice town with cute little streets, all in the typical white and blue, and nice shops and restaurants.
  • Mission Street

    Mission Street
    Everybody know how much diversity is there in San Francisco. There are many groups of people, many cultures and ways of thinking. The towns population in formed by many nationalities and Mission St. is where you can mostly get in touch with Mexican culture. You don't really need to talk to the people around to absorb the way they think or live.
  • Matterhorn

    It's the most beautiful mountain you can find on this planet, at least that's my humble opionion about the Matterhorn and well the chocolate business also stealed it's shape to make the famous and jummy chocolate bar Toblerone. Now you are stunned, or maybe you already knew that. Well anyways everytime I am in Zermatt I have to take tons of shots of that mountain.
  • Žaliakalnis Funicular Railway

    Žaliakalnis Funicular Railway
    Žaliakalnis Funicular Railway is an electrically operated funicular railway in Kaunas, Lithuania. It is the oldest funicular in Lithuania and one of the oldest still working funiculars in Europe. It was officially launched on 5 August 1931.
  • Chania (Crete Island)

    Chania (Crete Island)
    Crete Island that people believe beneath of this has another city or an ancient town.
  • The street art corner

    The street art corner
    There is no doubt, this is the corner most involved with street art in Cali. It's extended along the Calle 5 to the Calle 6, from the Carrera 9 to the Carrera 10 containing all the walls and bridges located inside this area. To be more exact you can take a look at "El Sub", another location that I previously recommended.
  • Vientiane

    In such a short time Laos has carved its way into my heart with smiling people, beautiful nature and cheap beer. I arrived in Vientiane after a 12 hour bus ride from Bangkok which dropped me off at 4.30 am at Nong Khai bus station, I sat, waited...finally a tuk tuk driver came and told me the border opens at 6, we went, I sat and waited while the most breathtaking sunset lifted the veil of darkness from the and yellow shards fighting for space on a bleak, blue canvas.
  • Serena Maneesh on Faroe Islands

    Serena Maneesh on Faroe Islands
    When: June 2007
  • White House Coffee Shop

    White House Coffee Shop
    It is a small but famous coffee shop with an easy-to-remember name- White House. Located in front of the mosque in Kota Bharu, Kelantan. This is the place where you can have a very fine coffee and great toast with Kaya (coconut jam), and of cause you wouldn't want to miss their half-boiled eggs.
  • Palau

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  • Crystal Beach

    Crystal Beach
    The Philippines is not that well-known for its surfing spots but ideal locations are slowly sprouting up and being discovered and unearthed one by one. The nearest one to Manila would be Zambales, a 3 hour drive north.
  • Boule

    I always play it at church-garden in Lindhorst. They have two places there where you can play. When I started, I thought it was a quite boring game. You throw a little wooden ball they call piglet and a heavy metal ball. And wait. Till they tell you, it is your turn again. All balls look the same and I didn't understand who is next.