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  • Rouen: Old and Colourful!

    Rouen: Old and Colourful!
    While I was doing my erasmus in Paris, I decided that I didn't just want to stay in Paris and not see more of France. One of my escapades from the city was a one-weekend trip to Rouen, in the north of France. I had heard about it's buildings before, so one Thursday morning I was leaving Gare Saint-Lazare seeking a new adventure. Let me tell you about.
  • Your Favorite Holiday Destinations: Maidstone

    Your Favorite Holiday Destinations: Maidstone
    Maidstone is a town I had heard a lot about, but never had the chance to visit until a few years ago. I've now grown to love the town where my Dad grew up, and now, I have a bunch of tips for you to check out if you want to experience an English town, not too far out of London.
  • Festival Fun at the Hop Farm

    Festival Fun at the Hop Farm
    A little visual recollection of the Hop Farm Music Festival in Kent, not so well known yet but showing some serious promise. The Hop Farm Music Festival takes place in a 90-acre field just outside of Paddock Wood Kent in the South East of England. It came about because the general feeling was that people were a bit sick of over branding and they really wanted a smaller scale gig that was about music and not sponsorship and brands. There is no special treatment there and children are welcome - and those under 12 years of age get in for FREE!
  • Lounge on the Farm, Merton Farm, Canterbury

    Lounge on the Farm, Merton Farm, Canterbury
    Lounge on the Farm is a local music festival on Merton Farm in Canterbury which caters to all ages. Held every July, we were able to enjoy good weather the last two years (although maybe it was too hot in 2010?!) The festival is all about good up-and-coming acts, comedy, and film with many stages hosting different types of music with the largest crowd gathering in the cow shed. It’s a family friendly, all ages’ festival with something for everyone.
  • Scotney Castle

    Scotney Castle
    Voted among the top ten best English gardens to visit, Scotney Castle is a wonderful place to go if you're into history or just want to enjoy some beautiful scenery. It is located just 50miles from London - and a few miles away from Tunbridge Wells.
  • Eastbourne

    East of Brighton is the scenic seaside town of Eastbourne. With its historic pier, Victorian town and alongside the famous Beachy Head Cliff it remains an interesting part of Sussex county.
  • Ecoivres and the Old Church

    Ecoivres and the Old Church
    If you like green hills, walks and old stones, this location is for you!
  • Oostduinkerke, Belgium

    Oostduinkerke, Belgium
    I have a love-hate relationship with "La Mer du Nord". Having grown up near the beach in Australia, the way the sea should be (waves, blue, clean), I have a little bit of hesitation when it comes to the sea in Belgium.
  • Het Oud Postkantoor

    Het Oud Postkantoor
    « Het Oud Postkantoor », lies in the center of the city of Ostend on the Belgian Coast. It was a former administration office of the PTT (Post-Telefoon-Telegraaf). The building was left in 1999, due to huge cost, and the city of Ostend get it for free.
  • Knole Park, Sevenoaks

    Knole Park, Sevenoaks
    Sunday April 3rd, Mother's Day - My family, my girlfriend, and I took a stroll in the gardens of a local stately home, amongst the beautiful local wildlife.
  • Crystal Palace (Lombardsijde)

    Crystal Palace (Lombardsijde)
    Between Westende and Nieuwpoort on the Belgian Coast lies the former Camping Crystal Palace. The camping has its location in dunes near the beach. Due to very strict environmental laws the camping had to close a few years ago. Owners who couldn't afford to move or demolish their caravans, let all their holiday belongings and moved away. The wind and climate of the North sea did the rest.
  • Eastbourne Pier, UK

    Eastbourne Pier, UK
    Eastbourne Pier. Apparently the pier is up for sale at the moment with a guide price of £5million. How many Lomographers are out there? Maybe if we all threw in £5...?
  • Escape the City and to the Hidden World of Lake Wood, Uckfield

    Escape the City and to the Hidden World of Lake Wood, Uckfield
    Desperate for a new shooting location, I searched the internet looking for nearby places that might be of interest when I stumbled upon Lake Wood. Escape the rat race and the hustle and bustle of city life to relax in the Wood Land Trust, a world of photographic opportunities. Promising a magical combination of water and trees. Find out all about the hidden photographic haven of Lake Wood in Uckfield.
  • Callot frescos

    Callot frescos
    When Remy Callot died in 2001, his house was intended for destruction to build a traffic circle. But Remy Callot had spent his retirement to decorate his garden's walls with mosaic. So, in 2006, "the house of the fool" as it was called, was finally destroyed but walls were preserved and now, instead of a roundabout, it is question to build a museum of Art Brut. I truly hope it will!
  • Wimereux

    My first time in northern France in the region of Boulogne was good fun. Though the trip was solely for the purpose of golf, the little town of Wimereux proved to be quaint and very homey (and the golf course superb!). As all French villages and seaside towns go, it had that lovely holiday feel to it. Lots of narrow streets, old buildings and locals to capture on film. The coast is a great place to have a stroll and to admire the old fort which guards France from the north as well.
  • Canadian Vimy Memorial

    Canadian Vimy Memorial
    During the First World War, my region, the Pas-de-Calais was the place of many battles. In Vimy (my city), on April 1917, a great offensive was launched by Canadian Corps, the battle was terrible and many soldiers were killed there, but the Canadian succeeded in taking the ridge of Vimy to the Germans.
  • The Flagship of Greenpeace : The Rainbow Warrior

    The Flagship of Greenpeace : The Rainbow Warrior
    The Rainbow Warrior, the legendary flagship of Green peace came the 8th of November 2008 to Oostende / Belgium.
  • Beaches of La Manche

    Beaches of La Manche
    Ok maybe it's too freezing to go there right now to swim but you can have a ball on these great beaches (great because of their breath-taking beauty!!!)
  • Countryside

    h2. Countryside, Vimy, France
  • Garden Vimy

    Garden Vimy
    h2. My garden, Vimy, France

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