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  • The Other London

    The Other London
    I have followed my heart to the other London, In Ontario, Canada and as an outsider I will be sharing my new experiences with the London that no-one automatically thinks of when you mention the name. The one between the great lakes, south of Toronto and inhabited by students including my boyfriend, they say that first impressions last and here are mine...
  • Welcome to the Circus Berlin!

    Welcome to the Circus Berlin!
    Boys and girls, ladies and gentlemen, come closer and step into the magic wonderland of Berlin! Be prepared for a freakshow hotel, men on burning stilts, jugglers, a punk in a shopping cart, candy cotton, people dancing in a fountain, and much more as I take you along my Berlin summer full of spectacles. Join me on a journey through the Megaspree rally, the "Berlin lacht!" street theatre festival and Circus Chiarivari!
  • Abandoned Pea Peeling Factory, Slowly Falling Apart

    Abandoned Pea Peeling Factory, Slowly Falling Apart
    In the city I work in, there is an old abandoned pea peeling factory. It used to be a place for artists and musicians to perform, but since it's falling apart, nobody is using the rooms in there anymore. I often drive by and I wanted to go in there!
  • Where the Lomo LC-A Was Born

    Where the Lomo LC-A Was Born
    St Petersburg was not on my "Top Vacation Destinations" list even 6 months ago, but meeting a few Lomographers from Russia changed all that!
  • Graffitis of Tenerife

    Graffitis of Tenerife
    Another of my little obsessions. Lomographing the art that happens on the streets of my city. Santa Cruz de Tenerife surprises whoever visits it because of one thing, just like it surprises us when we travel outside of the islands. And that's the colour of its streets.
  • I Am Photokina

    I Am Photokina
    A day at the world's biggest trade fair for photography and imaging industries. This year in 2010 over 1200 photographic and imaging suppliers used the space in cologne which offered about 200.000 squaremeters to introduce new and present amazing products, both for professional and consumer imaging... One of them was the Lomographic Society International!
  • A Different City, a Lomographed City in Athens

    A Different City, a Lomographed City in Athens
    Everything is different through a Lomo. In February something magical happened, something that changed my perception of things. My initiation into Lomography. And, like many of you, it was my friend's fault...
  • Hanging Out at The Big Lake.

    Hanging Out at The Big Lake.
    When you find yourself in the great city of Louisiana, you can go fishing at the public wharf or take some great pictures of the sun rising out of the water. Either way, you're to have a relaxing and downright amazing afternoon on Big Lake.
  • Santa Isabel Graveyard - 200 Years of Death

    Santa Isabel Graveyard - 200 Years of Death
    A place full of heroin addicts, tomb raiders, pagan rites. Rumors or truth? Anyway, it's still scary to walk across that place on a foggy morning when you are a child...The graveyard of Santa Isabel is one of the most beautiful cemeteries I've ever seen.
  • Fisheyed Zombies at Your Local Halloween Store

    Fisheyed Zombies at Your Local Halloween Store
    Where is the best place to get halloween junk? The halloween store, of course. PIck up your lomography camera and lets go right now. I don't know if they allow cameras into the store but I brought one anyway. Usually there are so many people shopping that the managers don't even notice you.
  • Dataran Merdeka

    Dataran Merdeka
    Color your night with fascinating neon at an old historic building Bangunan Sultan Abdul Samad at Dataran Merdeka , Kuala Lumpur. If you want to know more about Dataran Merdeka, you can read reinertlee's article. He had described more about it.
  • Ensenada, Guerrero Negro and Mulegé - Holiday trip with Handicaps

    Ensenada, Guerrero Negro and Mulegé - Holiday trip with Handicaps
    In 2008 we decided to celebrate the New Year's Eve in Mulegé - a small town in Mexico, located on the Gulf of California. Some friends told us there are wonderful beaches and not too many tourists. Well, as we were located in Ensenada, Baja California, the trip down to Mulegè should take two days. It took us four.
  • Holy Angel University

    Holy Angel University
    Rule Number 1 says that you should bring your camera wherever you go. Five days a week I go to school and I surely bring my LOMO LC-A+ with me every day. We attend classes together, study, take exams and whistle at the beautiful girls in school uniforms! (I don't do this much, I'm quite shy. the LC-A+ on the other hand...)
  • Jerome: Ruins of the Wild West

    Jerome: Ruins of the Wild West
    Jerome, Arizona: built into the sides of a mountain, a city that sits in tiers and overlooks the Arizona desert. People have come and gone in waves, leaving behind them mere remnants of a once wild city. Buildings endure, sometimes with as few as one or two walls intact.
  • Is wrestling fixed? or Training at the Wrestling School Austria

    Is wrestling fixed? or Training at the Wrestling School Austria
    What better place to start a bachelor party than the Wrestling School Austria? You might already have compiled a list of way better options but what if the groom himself is a wrestling fan and you can book a training session with the famous Austrian wrestler Humungus?
  • Travel Diary – Zinguinchor – First stop of our Senegal adventure

    Travel Diary – Zinguinchor – First stop of our Senegal adventure
    Once you visit Africa you know you have to go back there again. Such a huge continent must be visited more than once to have an idea of all the traditions, tribes, wildlife…Maybe it’s because of the wildlife, or the landscapes or the ancestral traditions but I fell in love last year, and this love is forever. Welcome to the start of my adventure in Senegal.
  • Panelomo’s Lomographic Journey - Goodbye Singapore, Hello Abu Dhabi

    Panelomo’s Lomographic Journey - Goodbye Singapore, Hello Abu Dhabi
    Inspired by stouf’s Goodbye Quebec post, here’s my story of an unforgettable end and a start of another lomographic journey. I arrived in Singapore last summer of 2001, coming from my hometown in Manila, Philippines. Judging from my profession, Singapore is truly an architect’s playground.
  • The Tanfield Railway - Living Heritage

    The Tanfield Railway - Living Heritage
    Nestled in the beautiful Causey Valley in the North East of England, The Tanfield Railway dates back to 1725 making it the oldest working railway in the world...
  • Hello, welcome to Saigon!

    Hello, welcome to Saigon!
    Have you ever wondered what is going on at Vietnam? How it looks like? How busy are the streets? What do they do for a living? This is a brief story from my short trip to Vietnam with my family.
  • Grand Canyon National Park (Grand Canyon, Arizona)

    Grand Canyon National Park (Grand Canyon, Arizona)
    One of the 7 natural wonders of the world, the Grand Canyon is a location that you must visit. As part of our roadtrip through Southern California, Nevada, and Arizona, one of our major stops was the Grand Canyon. This was my second trip to the great landmark (my first was as a kid). The first time I visited as a child I did not appreciate what I was seeing.