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  • Abandoned Railroad Tracks

    Abandoned Railroad Tracks
    Traces of the once working mexican railroad, slowly erased by nature. On one side the tracks end abruptly, but on the other the keep going on and on. And not only railroad tracks go on, but lots of strange things like advertisements that warn you about never coming train; rusty metal, rusty clothes and even forgotten rusty christmas trees resting forever on the millions of stones that surround the tracks. It's like being on a forgotten island in the middle of a crowded city.
  • Madeira

    Madeira
    Madeira is a great place to go. An amazing volcanic landscape with deep valleys, ravines and miles of footpaths, which makes a right place to go if you are a nature lover. There are some places that you can't miss; "Mercado dos Lavradores" in Funchal is one of them.
  • Cloister Einsiedeln

    Cloister Einsiedeln
    Well, no one will be surprised to hear that also in Europe you can find a lot of historical buildings, especially churches. But this one is especially special. Why? Well it's not the long history that started in around year 990. No, it's the colour inside.
  • Central market

    Central market
    It's the central market of Brive-la-Gaillarde. This little town is in the county of Correze, region Limousin. It's a very rural area, lost in the mountains in the centre of France. Brive-la-Gaillarde is a capital of this area and every Saturday morning, you have the big market on the main square of the city.
  • Métropolitain

    Métropolitain
    I love to take pictures in and of the Métro. I use it everyday and I like it, but I also hate it when there are too many people. And there are often a lot of people but I like to take pictures in the early morning or late in the night time when the Metro is empty.
  • Abandoned industrial coal silo

    Abandoned industrial coal silo
    A few months ago my girlfriend showed me an abandoned industrial coal silo. It is located next to a Kroger in Merrimont, Ohio. Merrimont is a small village East of Cincinnati, Ohio that was established in 1929. The village has made great strides to make itself appear much older than it actually is. The local inn is styled like a medieval castle.
  • Thaipusam festival

    Thaipusam festival
    Thaipusam is a festival celebrated by all Hindus annually around the world. In Malaysia, this festival is celebrated in two states, Penang (waterfall road) and Kuala Lumpur (Batu Caves) and it's declared as a public holiday. Many Hindus from all over Malaysia flock to this two places to thank their god blessing for the past year. The actual date of the festival differs every year according to the hindu calender.
  • Schützenfest

    Schützenfest
    The Hanoverian Schützenfest is the biggest event in summer. Although all small cities, townships and villages around Hanover have their own Schützenfeste, not one of them can be compared with the event in Hanover. They all have one in common: the shooting clubs of the towns have shooting matches to determine their champion shooters (Schützenkönig/königin, Bürgerkönig, Jugendkönig). In a huge procession these champions are then celebrated.
  • Sunday flea market

    Sunday flea market
    Sunday flea market. This place is just great to walk by or then look for something antique, among the market stalls you'll always find something to buy, needed or not! Try to go there at the morning cause it gets crowded around noon.
  • Old town

    Old town
    Everybody has a child in them who longs for fairy tales, ghost stories and thrilling legends. One of the dearest and most charming places for me is my hometown Tallinn and its romantic medieval city-center. Here almost every house or corner has a legend or more. On your journey through the city you`ll definitely meet water-goblins, the city`s guardian Old Thomas, Stout Margaret and even devil himself.
  • Brunnenmarkt

    Brunnenmarkt
    Everyday market full of colors. Find the usual food offers, fresh fruit and vegetables, fabrics and flowers.
  • Sapzurro

    Sapzurro
    If the city is kidnapping you, the buildings across your job place throw away the sun to the twilight zone, the summer sky is a stranger for your eyes, and your face, legs, arms and the whole skin over your body have the colour of bones; bound to the insane tv addiction, internet and other miracles, then you urgently need to take yourself away to sunniest, purest and natural areas.
  • Boats

    Boats
    The Mediterranean Sea is gorgeous - it has got the crossed water (not blue, not green - the "between" of both, like in doubles). So why not to discover it (the Sea) from the middle of it, ah? Well, you need to be a really good swimmer, or... need some luck to get to Marseille. The city itself is also so interesting, that you can even forget the plans of taking a trip with the boat in the Mediterranean Sea, so be calm and go straight ahead till you reach the old port, which is called Vieux-Port de Marseille.
  • Sagrada Familia

    Sagrada Familia
    I haven't had so much experience with South-Europe so far. I was always more attached to the east and far-east. But Barcelona certainly changed my mind about what there is to expect from the south. I mean we don't even have to mention the food! I live with a Spanish girl and she constantly gets the finest oil and ham from her parents. And we don't have to mention the weather, I rather not, I live in Hamburg!
  • Viaduct of Millau

    Viaduct of Millau
    The Viaduct of Millau on the A75 highway (from Montpellier to Clermont Ferrand) is one of the latest important architectural achievements in France. It's just above the valley of the river Tarn, near of Millau (department of Aveyron) and is 245 meters high in the middle.
  • Sziget Festival

    Sziget Festival
    Your backpack is ten tons heavy, you set up a camp far from the main-stage,and the first night trying to sleep
  • Essaouira Harbor

    Essaouira Harbor
    Essaouira Harbor is one of those few places on Earth that makes me feel everything is connected and everything just
  • Kaunas Jazz festival

    Kaunas Jazz festival
    Festivals are always good. Why? Because you can change the routine of your day by dancing, singing and of course doing all the crazy LOMO things in the crowd. Kaunas Jazz festival started even in 1991 and today it is one of the biggest that kind of festivals not only in Lithuania, but even in the Eastern Europe.
  • Get Dressed and Get Out There!

    Get Dressed and Get Out There!
    Harajuku is arguably the most lomographic place in the whole Tokyo. I can't remember which but on either day you're bound to find one of these AMAZING kids out there all decked and parading around. It's X-Japan or Tokyo XPRO'ed.
  • Lotus Temple

    Lotus Temple
    In the shape of the lotus, the temple represents purity, tenderness and calmness. Its significance is deeply rooted in the minds and hearts of the Asian culture for centuries.