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  • Island Life - the Isle of Wight

    Island Life - the Isle of Wight
    Oh Wow! Island Theme - this is just perfect for me, because I LOVE Islands! I live on an island and all the best holidays I've ever had have been on Islands.
  • Liège

    Liège
    My name is Kim and I've been living in Liège for a long time now. I don't want to worry about how many people are living in Liège or how many square meters Liège is. Liège is a nice city in Belgium and is a part of the Wallonia region (there is also a Flemish region and a German one! wonderful for one of the 3 smallest countries of the whole Universe!). Despite of the fact that it is a small city in a small country, Liège is always moving very fast! We love evolution, art and culture. I have several places where I love to go.
  • Hill of Crosses

    Hill of Crosses
    Welcome to mysterious hill of crosses! The sacred, religious and touristy place, consists not only crosses, but giant crucifixes, carvings of Lithuanian patriots, statues of the Virgin Mary and thousands of tiny effigies and rosaries which have been brought here by Catholic pilgrims. The old story tells the first crosses were built in 1831 by people who lost their relatives in fight with the Russian Czar government, later with USSR. The Hill of Crosses was used as a place for Lithuanians to pray for peace, for their country, and for the loved ones they had lost.
  • Victorian Era Buildings

    Victorian Era Buildings
    Troy, New York is 15 minutes north of Albany, the capital of New York State. During the mid-19th and early 20th centuries, Troy was one of the most prosperous cities in the United States due mainly to the iron works and textile factories that lined the riverfront.
  • Lucca

    Lucca
    When you'll be tired of Firenze, Sienna, and San Giminiano in Tuscany, pay a visit to Lucca! Lucca is situated in the heart of Tuscany, between Pisa (20 Km) and Florence (72 Km), and very close to sea and to mountains.
  • Chinatown Bangkok

    Chinatown Bangkok
    Like in other countries in the world, Bangkok also has its own Chinatown. The Bangkok's Chinatown district runs along Yaowarat Road from Odeon Circle up to the Ong Ang Canal. It's made famous for its gold shop and pawnshops or just about anything you wanted to buy could be found here.
  • Multi-storey Car Park

    Multi-storey Car Park
    I love all abandoned locations. My latest find is the very top of multi-story car parks. I'm attracted only to the very top floor where people are too lazy to park. Here I have my own private world with no interruptions and where I make the rules. I have an unlimited view of the busy city below. I pity the people at street level with their lack of tranquillity. Here I am closer to heaven than they are by a good 12 floors.
  • New Baltic Dance

    New Baltic Dance
    If you like dancing in the clubs, then probably there is a little chance, that you will like it. If you are keen on watching others dance, then probably there is a big chance, that you will like it. In other words, New Baltic Dance festival is all about modern dance and art itself. Different acts, from indoors to outdoors and cruising in the city while dancing...
  • Bauhaus

    Bauhaus
    Dessau is a small city 100 km south of Berlin. It is pilgrimage town for all those architecture addicts (that in some cases coincide with lomo addicts, or lomographers).
  • Dropzone Airport Luetzellinden

    Dropzone Airport Luetzellinden
    The Dropzone (an airport that is used by skydivers/airport Luetzellinden in the middle of Hessen, approx. 45 km northern of Frankfurt is a very (dog)friendly and comfortable place to spend a weekend. Whether you are a skydiver, a hobby pilot or just interested in watching or doing a tandem jump - you'll certainly be pleased with what you find there.
  • Around Torrey

    Around Torrey
    Check out the URL here because it describes the town far better than I ever could. I drove down to Torrey from Salt Lake City, Apx. 3 1/2 hours and stopped to get these landscape photos on the way. My sister got married in Torrey and I essentially drove down that day and back that night. Torrey is gorgeous as is the drive down there. Not a whole lot of towns and action on the way, but the vast landscapes make the drive worth while. Once in Torrey there is plenty to do from scenic drives, world class fly-fishing, a few
  • Vasco da Gama Bridge

    Vasco da Gama Bridge
    Ever since I moved to Lisbon I've been fascinated by the Vasco da Gama Bridge. I have lost track of how many pictures I have taken of it: from every angle, in every light, in the morning, in the afternoon... The bridge is 17.2 km long and was built as an alternative route to the 25 de Abril Bridge, frequently congested with traffic jams especially during the rush-hour periods and on sunny weekends.
  • Phnom Penh

    Phnom Penh
    I was fascinated by this city with temples and houses in Indochina style. It's a little pearl in Southeast Asia and its tragic recent past seems to undermine, but not destroy its beauty and life. You can be attacked by tuk tuk drivers and people but you can also see young Buddhist monk with in their orange, yellow and brown color clothing walking in silence. I believe it was the hottest time of the year, and walking around, even for just 5 mins, in 40C heat is a tough task! Even though parts of the city were messy a lot of it was beautiful, including areas by the lake and by the river. The people were great too!
  • Skyline of Hong Kong from Victoria Peak

    Skyline of Hong Kong from Victoria Peak
    Want to be the King of the World? Forget about Titanic!!! What you need to do is take a 5 minute Peak Tram funicular railway from Central District of Hong Kong, go to The Peak Tower of Victoria Peak where you can see the greatest view of one of the best skylines in the world!
  • Praia da Lagoinha do Leste

    Praia da Lagoinha do Leste
    This beach is located on the south east side of the Island of Florianopolis. There is no road that you can take to the beach, and depending where you start it is a half mile to a mile walk to get there. You can take a little ferry boat from one of the closer more accessible beaches if that is your fancy as well.
  • Washington D.C. Zoo

    Washington D.C. Zoo
    Washington DC can be a fantastic vacation getaway spot. Watch out because there are a lot of people that think the exact same thing. I found that when you get away from the mall and take a nice stroll through the city there are many nice things to point your camera at. The city is very clean (at least parts are) and there are a ton of clubs and things to do that don't involve US history, if one is trying to get away from all that. Of course all the stuff that is part of the mall and US history is really nice too.
  • House of Birth of Wilhelm Busch

    House of Birth of Wilhelm Busch
    Do you know Max and Moritz? The two characters from a book, two boys working against every authority existing in their small world like teachers or an old widow. The whole text is written as a poem. Or "die fromme Helene"? Sure you know them. Maybe they are called differently in your country. I saw the names, but forgot them all!
  • Saxophone Pub

    Saxophone Pub
    Saxophone Pub is a well-known pub in the heart of BKK/Bangkok, Thailand, crowded with stylish people waiting their favourite jazzy bands. It's where you'll find your lomo grooves!
  • Frankfurt Eastend

    Frankfurt Eastend
    If you are in Frankfurt and don't want to see the typical tourist spots you could check out the eastern part instead. There you can find the industrial port, built in 1908 (which you can only see from the outside unfortunately since the entry is forbidden) as well as ancient rail tracks that aren't used anymore, old cranes and the old Grossmarkthalle, one of the most famous market halls in Germany, built in the 1920s.
  • Aran Islands

    Aran Islands
    A fortune teller in India read my hand recently and told me that I am loving nature. I thought this is quite rhetorical, because I don't know anyone, who doesn't love nature?!? And I am not very fond of going out into the nature, but there are a few places that just impress you to the bone. One of those places are the Aran Islands west of the grand mother island Ireland. It is one of the remains of Gaelic culture and the Celts.