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  • Gyeongju

    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.
  • Baku

    Baku
    Among the new Islamic countries of the post-Soviet Union, I tend to like Azerbaijan a lot. You get your kebab warm, photo-venders throw LC-A after you and I even saw transvestites after nightfall on the street. That's what I call liberal, baby! I was in Baku for a seminar, so food and drinks were granted for free. Yeah! There is an interesting habit for waiters, though.
  • High Park (Ontario)

    High Park (Ontario)
    Although you can go to High Park year-round, the best time to go is in spring to watch every plant, animal, and tree come out of hibernation and begin to grow in the warmth of the sunlight.
  • Scilly Isles

    Scilly Isles
    The isles of Scilly are amazing, they make no sense to at all, they are 30 miles (approx.) of the coast of the UK and yet they have tropical gardens on the island of Tresco - outdoor ones and all unlike the indoor Eden project, just a few miles away on the mainland. They pretty much all have sandy beaches.
  • 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.
  • Rommaninat Park (Bangkok)

    Rommaninat Park (Bangkok)
    My favorite park is called Rommaninat Park. The park is located in the inner part of Bangkok. It used to be a prison but now it is a park where Bangkokians can visit and relax. I like to see people relaxing in the park, some couples spending time together, some kids on the playground, some people jogging in the park and etc. I like to shoot fountains and buildings in the park. I like this park because it is located in the heart of the city, not far from my home and I can see people's lives in the park. But you know what ... I've found out that the favorite activity of mine is to sleep in the park.
  • 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.
  • Stadthallenbad (Vienna)

    Stadthallenbad (Vienna)
    Alright, so I like to swim. Actually I prefer doing it outside, but what do you wanna do in cold cold winter? RRRight, hitting the Stadthallenbad. It`s deadly cheap (2,50 day card for students) and also, like the Stadionbad in summer, an amazing Austrian socio-cultural frying pan.
  • Melbourne

    Melbourne
    They say one could never take a bad photograph when in Melbourne, Australia. I can't agree more and with a panoramic Lomo camera like Horizon, it makes your captured images of Melbourne even more endearing and memorable.
  • 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.
  • The Hidden Gardens

    The Hidden Gardens
    This is one of this great city's truly secret places, there to reward the aimless wanderer! So no touristy descriptive pictures here! A barren wasteland hidden behind the old tramway depot (at one time appropriately a transport museum but now predictably another arts venue) has been reclaimed by nature with respectful and loving care.
  • Redang Island

    Redang Island
    Redang is my favorite island to chill in Malaysia. I have been here 3 times already during past 3 years. You could go here through Kuala Berang. Normally I drove there and changed for old fisherman's style boat to Redang.
  • Congo

    Congo
    The RD du Congo is that huge green spot in the centre of the African continent. It's a country with a sad past. This summer they had elections for the first time in 30 years. Kabila Jr and Bemba were the two main candidates. Finally Kabila made it. I went to Likasi, a small town (200 000 villagers), above Lubumbashi, the second biggest city of Congo (2 million people).
  • The Waterway

    The Waterway
    It was Saturday, September 22nd, when my roommate Tommy (Lomo username: tombagel77) the overall and absolute "who the hell" winner and I made our way through London. Starting at the Lomo Hotel at Russel Square Station, we made our way up to Abbey Road.
  • Hutongs

    Hutongs
    Hutongs are lanes with courtyard houses and form a skeleton of old Beijing. Building of them was started during Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368) as comfortable houses for the mandarins and other residents. But later on the VIPs moved to residences and gardens outside the city, and the courtyards are taken over by poorer people.
  • The Getty Museum

    The Getty Museum
    Is a very cool place to chill. Whenever friends come to LA for a visit, it is at the top of my list of places
  • Wotrubakirche

    Wotrubakirche
    One of the funkiest churches I've ever seen made from 152 blocks of concrete. Perfect for a Saturday walk
  • Wat Chetawan

    Wat Chetawan
    Wesak Day Festival. If you are looking for a festive holiday with your Lomo cameras, Thai Buddhist Wat Chetawan Temple is the right place that you have to visit. Wat Chetawan is located in Petaling Jaya, a satellite city in the state of Selangor Darul Ehsan. What is so wonderful about it? Wat Chetawan is one of the most beautiful temples in Malaysia. I last visited this place during the Buddhist largest festive celebration day named Wesak Day.
  • Villa Auska

    Villa Auska
    The Villa *AUSKA*, I would like to present you, was build in late 60s for Leonid Brezhnev - General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (1964 - 1982), but he never stayed there. It is a beautiful and authentic place in the forest near the seaside in the city of Palanga.
  • Emerald hills

    Emerald hills
    Leaving Hong Kong, we managed to get some snacks for the trip and decided to get on the road too early rather than too late so we hopped on the tube. Took the KCR out to the last stop then followed the masses through immigration and customs and found ourselves spewed out in Shenzhen, China!!