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  • 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.
  • Arugambay

    Arugambay
    "Welcome to the land of sand!". Finest black tea, wild elephants, Buddhist temples or ayurveda massages. White sandy beaches with lush and green hill areas. You'll find it all in Sri Lanka. And: There is magnificent to surf there as well.
  • Gamla Stan in Stockholm

    Gamla Stan in Stockholm
    A couple of weeks ago I went to Stockholm. It was freezing cold, but very charming. I fell immediately in love with the heart of Stockholm, Gamla Stan. The name derives from the term "gamla staden", which literally means Old Town. On the maps and in the literature from the mid 19th century, however, it was being called "staden mellan broarna" ("the city between the bridges") or staden inom broarna ("the city within the bridges"). This is not surprising, since the city of Stockholm was built on islands and Gamla Stan is the oldest and central part of the settlements.
  • Colosseum

    Colosseum
    If you are in Rome, Italy as a tourist, you shouldn't definitely miss visiting this enormous architectural monument built about 1920 years ago by the Emperor Vespasian. He started building it between 70 and 76 AD, but it was completed by his son Titus in 80 AD. The Colosseum was dedicated to the year of Vespasian's death by him. The opening celebrations lasted for 100 days presenting many games.
  • Forte Dei Marmi

    Forte Dei Marmi
    Last year I was asked to be best man at my friend's wedding in Forte Dei Marmi in Italy. Forte Dei Marmi is a posh resort in Tuscany and is full of well to do rich Italians: http://www.vacanzeinversilia.com/eng/forte-dei-marmi.html.
  • Hamburg Arena

    Hamburg Arena
    If you love football you just have to be in love with the temples of football: the stadiums. Because Germany was having the World Cup they invested plenty of money into the infrastructure and new stadiums. There is little doubt, that these stadiums are the finest on the planet at the moment.
  • The Martyr's Shrine

    The Martyr's Shrine
    The Martyr's Shrine is located near Yuanshan on Beian Rd., near the lush mountains and facing the Keelung River. The Shrine was completed in 1969 and its grand architecture covers a large area of ground. Inside the shrine are the numerous plaques of martyrs as well as pictures illustrating the history of the building of our nation, a tribute to the selflessness of these brave people.
  • Chinguetti

    Chinguetti
    CHINGUETTI is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the western
  • Mincyuan Street

    Mincyuan Street
    Bricks used to build Sansia old street at that time were transported from a faraway country, Japan. In addition, the planning of the old street as a whole gives out a deep sense of retro which you can see old buildings with delicately carved exterior along the old street.
  • Historical Downtown

    Historical Downtown
    I know you boys and girls think you had visited a city, maybe you think you live in a city, a big city... someone must tell you the truth: you have never been in a city if you don't know Mexico City. And the place to be is the Historical Downtown.
  • Cairo

    Cairo
    My friend David, Maya and I arrived in Cairo early in the morning, hailed a taxi and set off to the Talat Harb area to look for hotels. Our taxi driver (working on commission basis) drove us to his hotel where we were dragged in, tiredness and the thought of a bed overweighed our energy to look for another one. The hotel was cheap but awful. The rooms were dirty and the English man who run it was frankly the biggest asshole I have met in my travels. Anyways, we checked in, caught a few hours of sleep and got up for a late breakfast. David stayed in bed all day while Maya and I went to explore Cairo.
  • Nasher Sculpture Garden

    Nasher Sculpture Garden
    If you're a fan of sculptures, this is the place for you! The Nasher Sculpture garden at the Dallas Museum of Art is a lomographer's paradise. On a bright, sunny day, even the original fisheye can enjoy itself! Thursday evenings relax in the cool shadow of downtown with a bottle of wine, a close friend or just your lomo and settle in for some sweet jazz and excellent people watching.
  • Gardens of Herrenhausen

    Gardens of Herrenhausen
    Well this sounds a bit like a boring lomolocation - garden, flowers, old people, tourists. But I want you to first read this text (that took me hours to write!) and do not skip the first paragraph with the historic facts! Then you will see why I like this location and why it is worth to pay a visit.
  • Chiang Mai

    Chiang Mai
    Flooded chiang mai. I touched down in Chiang Mai and a gorgeous afternoon greeted me. Managed to knock 50 baht off my room price and rested until evening descended. I decided to head to the night market for some dinner...got half way there and suddenly the rumors I'd been hearing came back to me: Chiang Mai was flooded!! I'd heard it a few times but I guess it didn't really sink in until now! People were wading through waist-deep water....the night market was definitely out! I had no choice but to return to the seedy part of town and find a semi-decent restaurant.
  • Alchichica

    Alchichica
    Every time I go to Veracruz from Mexico City I try to take photographs of the desert from the bus, because I really like the moving landscape, and being in the middle of somewhere. Mexican desert is the best, magical, with lagoons, unknown archeological sites, lizards, UFO`s (some people say, and I would like to lomo-prove it), and much more stories and characters travelling or living around. Lots of things to do, places to stop for a few minutes to grab a bite, or simply to buy things from people waiting by the road bumps. It is nice, your vision gets lost, your mind wonders, and the finger keep pressing the shutter.
  • Mountains

    Mountains
    MOUNTAINS. This goes hand in hand with forests, I love to travel to mountains whenever & wherever I can. Always photogenic and awe-inspiring summer or winter gotta have 'em near me. Playing and sliding on snow. Hiking, planning trips and looking at them in books and on maps, going to ranges I have only seen in print. Basking in their glow (sometimes getting punished by their elements) getting into the silence of the backcountry on a cold winter morning. I live in a city nestled by them & would go crazy if I wasn't. Not to mention: my job involves being in the mountains nonstop (I shoot snowboarding professionally) in the winter time. I need them!!!
  • Karni Mata Rat Temple

    Karni Mata Rat Temple
    When: Best in October, There is a Camel-Fair nearby Just imagine that you are in the middle of the North-Indian Desert. Just for Fun! Then you jump into a Hindu-Temple. Because there is not anything else to do and why are you in India anyway? Like me. We wanted to go to a city which streets had been flooded. But this mischief brought me to the place that flooded my imagination. The Karni Mata Temple close to Bikaner is off from any travel-route, a diamond among travelers.
  • Bike

    Bike
    My favourite transport vehicle is my bicycle. It's so easy to go out with it, to the city or to the countryside. It costs nothing, only a little bit physical energy and it's also good for your health to do a little bit exercise.
  • Rote Fabrik

    Rote Fabrik
    You could go there any day at any time, except for Mondays "cause it's closed. It would be the best if you go there
  • Belle & Herbs

    Belle & Herbs
    You can write love messages on the paper table cloths, the ketchup bottle is always full, the coffee smells amazing, the mashed potato is to die for, the red telephone is original, the walls are a gallery, the tunes are hip, the staff slick, lolly pops are on sale! the ceiling is unusual, there is a disco ball, no two chairs are alike ... there are sofas to sink into