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  • Palace Hotel

    Palace Hotel
    Do you think that climbing in such places you are not supposed to be is fun and overly exciting? I do. Slipping or squeezing myself into some abandoned building has been my long time passion, as well as climbing on trees, which not the best activity for a decent girl.
  • Lonely Pangkor

    Lonely Pangkor
    Lonely Pangkor is a small island off the coast of Perak state in north-west peninsula of Malaysia. The island could be reached by ferry from Lumut, which is a small coastal town. It will take you roughly 30 minutes from Lumut Jetty to the island. The ferry fare is only MYR10 for a return ticket for adult.
  • Taipei

    Taipei
    Memories from my 3 months in Taipei, Taiwan.
  • Schafbergbahn

    Schafbergbahn
    Get onto the train in St. Wolfgang at the Wolfgangsee and climb the Schafberg up to 1700m. Take a walk
  • 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.
  • Spiagge Bianche

    Spiagge Bianche
    If you thought the Tirrenian sea was a whole deep blue thing, then mate, you're wrong. There's a single spot on the
  • Dhow building yard

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

    Kampung Sauk
    My lovely hometown, Kampung Sauk is a small village located in Kuala Kangsar, the state of Perak Darul Ridzuan. "Kampung" means village in Malaysian. By taking an express bus from our capital city, Kuala Lumpur to the town of Kuala Kangsar will spend you about 3 hours journey if it's not a peak season.
  • 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).
  • Glasgow River Festival

    Glasgow River Festival
    Glasgow River Festival takes place annually on the River Clyde and its banks over Glasgow Fair weekend (mid July). It's a great day out even for those who are not desperately interested in ships and boats and other maritime stuff.
  • Plaza de las Vizcainas & Callejón de San Ignacio

    Plaza de las Vizcainas & Callejón de San Ignacio
    It's just an Alley, in an old neighborhood (Vizcainas) in the historical downtown of Mexico City. It's not a touristy spot, 'cause the place it's on a decay state. These days some people are trying to bring new life to the place. San Ignacio Alley is an example of that, its walls has turned into a canvas for urban artists and the passage a laboratory for some artists that recycle trash into art.
  • Cathedral of Siecha

    Cathedral of Siecha
    There are many places that I love to photograph, cultural events, bars, clubs and pubs, but undoubtedly my favorite place to shoot is the Cathedral of Siecha. It is an ancient god-forsaken church located in a small town only 30 minutes from Bogota by car. The place is magical, it is cozy and very photogenic. It`s very cold and photos can be finished in darkness, which is perfect for the LC-A+. At night with natural light or using all the colors of the color splash flash you can make impressive photographs.
  • Cochin

    Cochin
    In order to get to Fort Kochi (the backpackers part of Cochin) from Ernakulam, you have to cross over a bridge and as we did so, we saw some amazing fireworks from the auto rickshaw. Our driver informed us it was some religious festival or another, which seems to be a daily celebration in India! We arrived into the main drag quite late at night but Fort Kochi appeared to be a delightful, peaceful haven, perfect for a couple of days of shanti (peace) before venturing further.
  • Hermitage Museum

    Hermitage Museum
    My second all-time favorite place is definitely The Hermitage Museum. I worked there for three years and had the opportunity to have regular breaks for traveling. But this place will always remain close to my heart! It's big, simply gorgeous, and very diverse!
  • Abandoned plants and mills

    Abandoned plants and mills
    Close to Lisbon, in the south side of Tejo River you find an industrial city called Barreiro. It is a city that during many years lived of the great plants and industries that in middle of the 60's had been built there. Currently already almost all the plants have been locked up or are not active, but the city continues with the heavy inheritance of being one of the places most polluted of the country.
  • 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.
  • W.O.S.P.

    W.O.S.P.
    When: Spring
  • Klang

    Klang
    Come to Klang, located in Selangor! The thriving urban town is full of modern facilities but has refined attractive pockets of traditional and environmental charm. Klang is the place where I was born. I should call this place as my hometown or my sweet home.
  • Cactus Club Café

    Cactus Club Café
    It's one of our favourite places to dine, mainly because of the design and décor, you'll wish your dining room at home was like this. A bank of TV screens behind the bar keeps the sports fans happy. The restaurant seating is mostly booths that seat 4, with cool dim lighting, very snug and cozy. The menu is the usual west coast fusion, I can only recommend the Steaks, and these are always good. Other items include Ahi Tuna, Endamame, and Fajitas. For drinks, Margaritas are popular, in many flavors.
  • 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.