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  • UCS + Ipswich Waterfront

    UCS + Ipswich Waterfront
    UCS (University Campus Suffolk) is one of the UK's newest Universities. Only 1 year old, it has been a popular university for local and non-local students alike. Its contemporary architecture and its marina views make this a prime location for Ipswich Lomographers.
  • Margate Ghost Town

    Margate Ghost Town
    The old sea side town of Margate has lots to offer to Lomographers from the quirky old town, a miserable high street, and various empty shops and buildings. It's quite spooky but also equally interesting especially if you're on the lookout for a unique Lomo location.
  • Cromer in Winter!

    Cromer in Winter!
    I've been going to Cromer ever since I was a little girl, so it was the perfect place to use my first roll of film in my Diana Mini. Cromer is a beautiful coastal town in Norfolk, famous for its Victorian pier and of course, its Cromer crabs!
  • The Maggi Hambling “SCALLOP”

    The Maggi Hambling “SCALLOP”
    ‘A Conversation with the Sea’ ‘An Eye saw’ ‘Horrible’ ‘Well Designed’ …these are just some of the things you may have heard said about this sculpture.
  • Haynes Lane Market

    Haynes Lane Market
    I have loved this market since it started up way back when..I lived in the area and it was great to have somewhere to rummage! it was intimate and felt like you would always come away with a treasure or a bargain you'd been searching for a long time.You feel like a magpie in a jewelry shop, a delight at every turn.
  • Container City

    Container City
    A real city made out of containers!
  • Straight to The Landguard Point

    Straight to The Landguard Point
    Now Imagine walking along the path above the shore, looking out to Harwich (the other side of the river) across a slightly misty estuary, the sun is low in the sky, but is shining bright....
  • Punting in Cambridge, England

    Punting in Cambridge, England
    Cambridge is well known as the home of the University of Cambridge. Cambridge is about 80 km north east of London. The city centre of Cambridge is mostly commercial, historic buildings, and large green areas. Many of the roads in the centre are pedestrianised.
  • Bluewater, Greenhithe, Kent

    Bluewater, Greenhithe, Kent
    Bluewater is the second largest shopping centre in the UK occupying 1,600,000 square feet of space, what a great reason to go and shop there, shop 'til you drop!
  • Down to Margate

    Down to Margate
    Come down to Margate seaside on the South East Kent Coastline. come and visit the Harbour arm, old town and arcade strip. Because on a sunny day the beach/sea/sky combo is a winner through the lens, especially in contrast to the run down out of date fish and chip shops, arcades and derelict rollercoaster right on the beach front.
  • Greenwich Park, London

    Greenwich Park, London
    I love this park, it's so big you can easily spend a whole day just  exploring one small corner of it, in fact I don't think I've ever  managed to discover all of its hidden delights, there are too many secluded areas, enclosed gardens, ancient trees and very steep slopes to roll down. These are obviously great fun at certain times of the year, if we ever have snow again!!
  • The O2 Arena

    The O2 Arena
    London Hit List #23 The O2 Arena
  • A Night in Felixstowe

    A Night in Felixstowe
    Whether you call it a night on the tiles, drinks with friends, partying, a night out, on the razz, drinking or even on the pull Felixstowe has more to offer then meets the eye.
  • Take the Ferry

    Take the Ferry
    Cabin fever led to several rolls of film being sacrificed and a camera nearly going overboard. On a recent trip to Amsterdam with a group of friends we took the ferry from Harwich in Suffolk to the Hook of Holland.
  • A Boat Trip on Wroxham Broad

    A Boat Trip on Wroxham Broad
    On a wonderful August Bank Holiday weekend, a group of friends went on an adventure on the Norfolk Borads for the day armed with tea, biscuits and a Yashica Samurai camera!
  • The Hunstanton Seaside

    The Hunstanton Seaside
    The seaside town of Hunstanton is situated on the Norfolk Coastline in between many pleasant and idyllic little towns and villages. The town itself is awash with colour, candyfloss and most prominently - "Tat!"
  • Out to Sea: Wells Harbour

    Out to Sea: Wells Harbour
    Aside from being a popular seaside town tourist destination, Wells-Next-The-Sea in North Norfolk, England is also a sea port and safe haven for ships and boats and has been so for at least the last 600 years.
  • Sunny Flower Fields

    Sunny Flower Fields
    A field of 6-feet yellow sunflowers with buzzing bees in Birchington, Kent. This place is a hidden gem over the summer months, tucked away behind the high street and opposite the entrance to Quex Park. I was driving to my Grandad’s, down Manston Road one day and there they were! I haven't been here for a while so it was as if the usual cabbages had magically transformed into huge sunflowers.
  • Trinity Buoy Wharf

    Trinity Buoy Wharf
    Trinity Buoy Wharf was once the site where all the buoys and markers for the English coast were made and repaired, it now houses a growing creative community.
  • Ramsgate, It's a Date!

    Ramsgate, It's a Date!
    The perfect place to share a refreshing ice cream or a warming hot chocolate is by the harbour, on the beach, or up the cobbled high street.

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