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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.
  • Tampico

    Tampico
    Tampico - it`s the strangest city I've ever visited. I was there on a 4 day business trip, so I didn't really have time to lomograph the city... It was an amazing mixture of decay and modernity: abandoned buildings everywhere, side by side with shiny furbished buildings. I made a mental map of the city, while walking around it. On the last day, I escaped from work at the dinnertime and racing against the time I shot 2 rolls of the city. The map is still in my mind, waiting for the moment until I`m back in Tampico.
  • 2nd Beach Pool

    2nd Beach Pool
    Who doesn't love those sunny summer days? Or enjoy going to an outdoor heated pool? In Vancouver we have 2 favourites, 2nd Beach Pool in Stanley Park (pictured here) and Kitsilano Pool which is great for the more serious lane-swimmers. 2nd Beach Pool has 2 small slides and it's right on the edge of the ocean, the scenery is amazing. Bikes and roller-blades whiz by on the seawall, floatplanes in the sky, forest to the rear with raccoons, geese, swans, eagles and more.
  • Dour Festival

    Dour Festival
    Hello dear lomographers! My name is Kim and I come from Belgium. One of the smallest countries in Europe! Nevertheless we have lots of things to offer the inhabitants as well as the ones who decide to come by our wonderful country. Festivals are a part of the amazing entertainment we have. The biggest one is the Werchter festival in the Flammish part of Belgium, another one and much smaller is the Rhâââ Lovely festival. An entirely free Live Nations festival with an amazing program for those who are fond of alternative rock music (Explosion in the Sky, Migala, Matt Elliott performed there...).
  • Zum dicken Heinrich

    Zum dicken Heinrich
    It was my grandfather (the big Henry, cause he was really tall and fat), who built up this restaurant many years ago together with my grandmother. When he died, my uncle and aunt got the restaurant. And they developed it even more.
  • Condesa Neighborhood

    Condesa Neighborhood
    Mexico City`s coolest and hippest neighborhood, the best place to see and be seen, art galleries, book stores, fashion, boutiques, cool restaurants and bars, beautiful streets and parks, and really nice Art Deco buildings from the 1920s. Very safe place also, but sometimes a little bit expensive, but it`s worth it. Having a walk, skateboarding or playing soccer (in Mexico you can play soccer everywhere), so always have your sneakers on, no boots, please, our legs will appreciate it. Eating in one of La Condesa`s multiple restaurants is relaxing, fun and satisfying. It`s also an LC-A paradise, so shouldn`t forget to bring a lot of rolls with you.
  • Weekend in Petra

    Weekend in Petra
    Petra is known as the rose red city, the lost city, whatever you want to call it, it is an archaeological delight. Petra has always been on top of my list of places to visit, so when the opportunity came up a few weeks ago to visit for the weekend with a friend, I couldn't say no.
  • Chiufen Town

    Chiufen Town
    Chiufen Town is a small and beautiful town, located on a mountainside overlooking the Pacific Ocean and is one of Taiwan's cultural treasures. A visit there offers a chance to escape from the city and to imagine what life was like many years ago. You can feel the old atmosphere here. The old brick buildings offer a charming, relaxed view. The narrow, stone alleyways and steep stairways suggest an old-fashioned way of living. The whole place has a colorful and romantic air about it.
  • Red Castle Lakes

    Red Castle Lakes
    "http://www.utahtrails.com/RedCastle.html":http://www.utahtrails.com/RedCastle.html
  • Anything Hundertwasser

    Anything Hundertwasser
    Kunsthauswien. Spittelau fernwarks. Hundertwasserhaus. A genial vision of a man in harmony with nature. Architectural examples of a better world that could/should be. Tree tenants for everyone.
  • Dhow building yard

    Dhow building yard
    This area is like going back to the past. Located by the creek, you can
  • Hills of Acropolis

    Hills of Acropolis
    Just in the centre of the capital of Greece you can find a fantastic place to shoot amazing Lomographics! I've been there on my Interrail-Tour across Europe last summer and I loved it! The hills of the Acropolis are situated next to the old part of Athens, the "Plaka" (10552 Athens).
  • Islands Borromeo

    Islands Borromeo
    On the South part of Lake Maggiore, there are three jewels called Borromées Islands: Isola Bella, Isola Superiore and Isola Madre. Lake Maggiore is the second largest of Italian lakes (65 km long, 2-4.5 km wide and 370 m deep in its maximum depth) but may rank first in beauty. It is an internationally famous resort of Europe, with its picturesque and spectacular landscape, mild climate and luxuriant vegetation. The climate favors a beautiful botanic garden on the lake shore, with exotic and rare plants including even those from the subtropical zone. The lake has many islands and some of them are famous for their lovely parks and pretty villas.
  • Taipei

    Taipei
    Memories from my 3 months in Taipei, Taiwan.
  • De Galdenwaard Stadium

    De Galdenwaard Stadium
    De Galgenwaard is the stadium of FC Utrecht. It's a beautiful stadion and the players are also great on film ;).
  • 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
  • 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.
  • Mosaic Park

    Mosaic Park
    Not far away from my house, on Tchaikovskogo street near Fotanka river, just accross the bridge from Summer garden, is a hidden yard where a small academy of arts for children is based, everything is covered with mosaics there. Everything! Children`s playground, house walls, benches, etc....
  • 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.
  • 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.