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  • Lomography Day Trips: Madrid, Spain

    Lomography Day Trips: Madrid, Spain
    Looking for a place to spend your day in the wonderful city of Madrid? Well, we've round up a list of locations for you to check out, provided by your fellow Lomographers! Check it out!
  • Holga in the Sun: Multiple Exposures in El Parque del Retiro

    Holga in the Sun: Multiple Exposures in El Parque del Retiro
    Loads of tricks have been shared about how to get the perfect multiple exposure shot. Which is why I won't focus so much on how, but rather on where and what camera to use. I will show you my favorite place to take my Holga out of my bag, trip the shutter as often as I like, and don't move on to the next frame until I feel like it.
  • Alcalá Gate: Neo-Classical Grandeur in Madrid

    Alcalá Gate: Neo-Classical Grandeur in Madrid
    This former entrance gate to Madrid still exudes the splendor and grandeur of neo-classical times. I must have passed a thousand times underneath this magnificent monument, and it is worth every picture I have ever taken of it!
  • Strolling through Retiro Park

    Strolling through Retiro Park
    Let me take you on a short walk trough Retiro Park in Madrid and introduce my favorite places.
  • Watch Spring Come to Life in Jerte Valley

    Watch Spring Come to Life in Jerte Valley
    The Jerte Valley in Spain is one of the most beautiful places to experience the awakening of nature after a cold hard winter. The start of spring lets you admire a very magical spectacle: the blossoming cherry trees.
  • Chicken Feet: For Vintage Lovers

    Chicken Feet: For Vintage Lovers
    Wandering around the streets of my home, Ciudad Real, I found this little women's vintage style clothes and accessories shop, and I have to say, it's really worth a look.
  • Hot chocolate...from Spain

    Hot chocolate...from Spain
    Chocolate, chocolate, chocolate, there's so many things that we can actually talk about this delicious dessert but for Christmastime let's focus on one of our favorite ways of enjoying it - hot chocolate. I gathered some images taken in Spain which best showcase this popular holiday drink.
  • Madrid: Lomo On!

    Madrid: Lomo On!
    My Holga camera has just turned six months old! So what better gift than an article on Madrid with photos from my Holga (although some of my other cameras also contributed to this post) to boot. Come, and take a look! :)
  • Back to the Amusement Park

    Back to the Amusement Park
    Your local amusement park is the perfect place to go if you want to relive fond memories of your childhood. Make sure to take a lot of photos during your visit with your toy camera. From the ever-popular ferris wheel, the colorful carousel to the heart-pounding rollercoaster, you'll surely be in for one amazing day - enjoying the rides, eating junk food, and taking lots of amazing photos!
  • Plaza Castilla Torres Kio (The Horns of the Devil)

    Plaza Castilla Torres Kio (The Horns of the Devil)
    If you ever go to Madrid try to discover what the Torres Kio look like. Maybe there are better places in Madrid to visit but this place is quite important to me as every time I have to be in Madrid for work I stay in one of the hotels near that place.
  • Lost in the Parc del Laberint d' Horta

    Lost in the Parc del Laberint d' Horta
    The Labyrnth of Horta is the oldest park in the the city of Barcelona. Its labyrinth, gardens, terraces, springs and statues just complement its historical value and mysterious ambient. Right in the outskirts of Barcelona the park offers an excellent alternative when you are looking for an escape of the city and its complications.
  • Salamanca - The Golden City of Spain

    Salamanca - The Golden City of Spain
    Salamanca is a wonderful city in the northwest of Spain. It does not have a beach, but it's really amazing and its golden light is wonderful. I invite you to walk the streets of this amazing city the next time you find yourself in Spain! You won't regret it!
  • A Spring Sunday in Parque del Retiro

    A Spring Sunday in Parque del Retiro
    The traditional way to spend spring afternoons in Madrid is to head out to Parque del Retiro on a Sunday and just relax. A picnic on the grass and a walk close to the lake; seeing the boats rowing in the pond, fortunetellers predicting the future, "alive statues", performances, mariachis and magic bubbles paint a pretty portrait of just a regular weekend afternoon in this place.
  • The Madrid Cableway

    The Madrid Cableway
    If you're one of those people who has ever dreamed of flying over the blue skies of Madrid like a bird of prey and being able to photograph the city from above, but can't seem to levitate yourself even one millimeter off the ground (even after you've put on your cape and worn your underwear over your jeans), then you should take your Lomo camera and take a ride on the Madrid cableway.
  • Pedrosillo de los Aires - Brave Bulls Home

    Pedrosillo de los Aires -  Brave Bulls Home
    Yellow and windy is the place I like.
  • Independent Bookshops in Madrid

    Independent Bookshops in Madrid
    I can't help it. It's the worst of my vices. A compulsion, an irresistible and unstoppable passion - and an expensive one. I've suffered from it since I was 14 or 15 and it's never left me. I'm talking about bookshops. I am drawn to them like a magnet. I can spend hours (and I mean "hours" literally) sniffin', browsin', readin' some pages or dreamin' awake in one of them.
  • La Mallorquina

    La Mallorquina
    La Mallorquina is one of the oldest cafés and bakeries in Madrid. It was founded in 1894 and has only changed owners once ever since, when the founder´s family sold it during the Spanish Civil War. It is located at the very heart of Madrid: between la Calle Mayor and la Puerta del Sol and it’s been the meeting point of the Madrileños for more than a century.
  • Terminal 4

    Terminal 4
    If you are lucky enough, in your next trip to Madrid you will land in the new Barajas´Airport terminal. The T4 was inaugurated in February 2006 and a few months later it received the RIBA Sterling Award, one of the most prestigious architecture prizes worldwide.
  • Train Stations

    Train Stations
    Train Stations, why do we like them now that we can already travel by plane?
  • The Magic Fountain in Barcelona

    The Magic Fountain in Barcelona
    One of the most fun evenings I had on my recent holiday to Spain was spent at the bottom of Montjuic to the west of the city where we got to see the “magic” fountain and light show.

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