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  • Royal Exhibition Building in Carlton Gardens, Melbourne

    Royal Exhibition Building in Carlton Gardens, Melbourne
    When I first moved to Melbourne a little over a year ago, I was out taking a long walk around the city, discovering new places in my new home when I stumbled across Carlton Gardens and the ever so gracious Royal Exhibition Building. Ever since it has been one of my favorite places for photography, and also every time I shoot here - include one or two photos of it with both my Diana Mini and Lomo LC-A, I can't see myself falling out of love with it anytime soon.
  • Vigan City: A Gem of the Past

    Vigan City: A Gem of the Past
    Talk about old school: VIgan City, a World Heritage Site, is one of the remaining Hispanic towns in the Philippines, and is well-known for its "cobblestone streets, and a unique architecture that fuses Philippine building design, and construction with colonial European architecture" (Wiki). Located at the west tip of Ilocos Sur, the city offers a wide range of things to do, foods to eat, and attractions to see (or take pictures of!).
  • The Backstreets of Albarracín Teruel, Spain

    The Backstreets of Albarracín Teruel, Spain
    A small mountain village in the north-east of Spain with Celtic, Roman, Arabic, Christian and Visigoth influences, and now a proposed World Heritage Site.
  • Daintree Rainforest, Australia.

    Daintree Rainforest, Australia.
    A pre-historic World Heritage Site ruled by giant reptiles.