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  • Missiri Mosque

    Missiri Mosque
    Two kilometers from the center of Frejus (south of France, Var) on the road to Bagnol (D4), you will find a replica of the Great Mosque of Djenne (Mali, Africa). It was built in 1930 by the Senegalese infantry based in Frejus. Of course, it is smaller than the original, built in concrete instead of banco, and abandoned, but with its red walls and decorated towers, it like a tiny part of Africa shinning among the pine trees.
  • Derrick & Team

    Derrick & Team
    It was my luck to have such a big network of friends, working in all kind of different fields. One day, a friend of mine who is working in a Media&Production company, Edan, called me up. However, he did not directly mention the reason why was he looking for me. Just kept asking if I have time on the coming Monday noon time, so I tried finding out his intentions.
  • Zilinskas Art Gallery (Kaunas)

    Zilinskas Art Gallery (Kaunas)
    It is unfair, that such a big and great museum is known just like a "some art place with a nude guy outside". Anyway, it is true - the statue of the nude man is still near the front door and is often more popular than the gallery itself.
  • Siloso Beach

    Siloso Beach
    Siloso Beach is the place for beach volleyball, canoeing, skim boarding, mountain biking, rollerblading or simply just sun bathing or swimming. There are many stalls available for renting of canoes, bikes, roller blades, and there's four volleyball courts available on the beach free to use.
  • 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.
  • Betong

    Betong is a small town in Thailand near the border of Malaysia. You can get there real fast from Perak state of Malaysia in 2 to 3 hours driving. You don't even need a passport if you really wish to travel to this country from Malaysia, you can get a temporary border pass which last for 6 months.
  • 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.
  • Chinatown Brenkwando (New York)

    Chinatown Brenkwando (New York)
    What better place for the sun to set...I like coming here to be in a different city within the bigger city that already envelops my life. Its a place that smells bad, is grimy, crowded, and unfamiliar. That's what pulls me in.
  • Guan Yin temple

    Guan Yin temple
    Guan yin is the bodhisattva - being who is dedicated to achiving enlightenment - of compassion as honoured by East Asian Buddhists, usually as a female. She is as well known as the Chinese Bodhisattva of Compassion. On the 1st day and 15th day of lunar calendar, people will go to her temple to pray and eat vegetarian, as the temple cooks vegetarian to share with the prayer.
  • Cultural Center Georges Pompidou – Beaubourg

    Cultural Center Georges Pompidou – Beaubourg
    The main modern art collection in Paris is to be seen in the Center Georges Pompidou - Beaubourg: it's the second most important collection of the world after the famous MOMA in New York. But "Beaubourg" as the Parisians like to call it is also an important cultural center with a huge library, many cultural events (concerts, thematic movie retrospectives and other cultural representations) and is also a fascinating building of a very "futuristic style" of the 70's.
  • Taipei 101

    Taipei 101
    The world's tallest building is now in Taiwan. With a height of 508 meters- and 101 stories above ground and five stories below - the Taipei 101 building has surpassed the 462-meter Sears Tower in Chicago and the 451-meter Petronas Twin Tower in Malaysia to acquire the title "world's tallest building."
  • Wissant (Cote D`Opale)

    Wissant (Cote D`Opale)
    h2. Wissant, Cote d'Opale, France
  • Little India

    Little India
    Little India is one of the most ethnic districts in Singapore. All these years, it has managed to retain its charm and color, hardly touched by urbanization. Interestingly Serangoon Road, which is the main artery running through the district, is one of the oldest roads in Singapore. This road was marked on ancient maps as "The Road Through the Island".
  • Sky

    The sky is a very nice place. In the sky there are clouds, colors, birds and beauty. On a sunny day it can be bright and blue with clouds that make interesting shapes or on a rainy day it can be dark and scary but still amazing. When the sun sets and rises it creates colors like you wouldn't believe, you never really know what to expect but it is always worth a glance.
  • Saturday Salcedo Market

    Saturday Salcedo Market
    Residents of Makati, particularly those living in the condominiums around in Salcedo Village, have been enjoying the Saturday Salcedo Market since it began in May 2004. The parking lot beside Velasquez Park becomes an outdoor food market from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Saturday.
  • Stadionbad (Vienna)

    Stadionbad (Vienna)
    One of my favorite summer locations in Vienna, the Stadionbad is located in the heart of Vienna's Prater. Be sure to drop by this amazing swimming area under the blue sky, including 4 or 5 pools, lots of trees and green, a real wave-simulator and most importantly amazing Lomographic objects: right here the center of young proletarian-Austrian bathing culture is at home.
  • Gyeongju

    This city is known as an 'outdoor museum', for good reason. Everywhere you look there are ancient buildings, Buddha statues, old temples and, best of all, giant mounds called 'tumuli' in which are buried the bones of ancient kings. Most tumuli are just huge, bare, grassy hills, but one in particular draws me again and again. This tomb of a 1300-years-dead king has about six trees on it - Tim Burtony, craggy trees.
  • Mont Saint Michel St Malo and Lille

    Mont Saint Michel St Malo and Lille
    After my Super Sampler decided that it wouldn't work in South Africa, I ripped the film out and put it in my new Fisheye (a few months later) and set off! (Note elephants seem to be now a feature at the Mont Saint Michel).
  • The History Rally Grounds (Nuremberg)

    The History Rally Grounds (Nuremberg)
    The Former Nazi Party Rally Grounds Nuremberg is a place you will discover the dimensions of the era of National Socialism and take strange pictures. This was a beloved destination for excursions since 1876. The Great Dutzendteich was a popular and the first open-air bath in Nuremberg.
  • Camp John Hay

    Camp John Hay
    If Manila is getting too hot for you, a 6 hour drive north will give you to the cool mountain air of Baguio. It is in here that you will find Camp John Hay, the last bastion of the American occupation which was turned over to the Philippine government and made into a luxury destination.