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  • Nerasport Camera

    Nerasport Camera
    Christmas holidays was near; was December 24, when I decided to enter the attic to find the box with the usual ornaments – Not this bag, not this box, it neither… oh! What about this? I had not seen it before… What’s in it? - A Nerasport Camera!
  • Punta Galea, a Walk to Remember

    Punta Galea, a Walk to Remember
    In the Biscay Coast (northern Spain) there is a long walk built on the cliffs. Mixing the mountain and the beach, here you can enjoy a walk to remember. Sounds interesting? Come on, enjoy it!
  • A Medieval Market Somewhere in Spain

    A Medieval Market Somewhere in Spain
    A medieval market is a typical event that is becoming popular in Spain. Do you want to know a little bit more about it? Keep on reading!
  • Casa Mar – Palacio de Congresos, Vigo (Spain)

    Casa Mar – Palacio de Congresos, Vigo (Spain)
    We can say that this is a "live" location. In the 50s there were facilities for one of the great fishing companies in the world. Its installations were turned into a big abandoned building 20 years ago. Once thrown below the old building, it has eventually become the "Conference hall" of the city of Vigo.
  • La Costa Brava: Llançà

    La Costa Brava: Llançà
    Without a doubt, Costa Brava (Brave Coast) takes its name from this area of the Catalan Coast where the Pyrenees sinks into the Mediterranean. Put on your best shoes, load your camera because we are going to take a walk where we don’t even know what we will find.
  • Pontevedra: the Best Kept Secret in Galicia

    Pontevedra: the Best Kept Secret in Galicia
    Okay, I’ll admit that small provincial towns are bourgeois, small-minded, and oppressive. And my hometown Pontevedra is, of course, no exception...or is it?
  • As Fonte Beach Vigo Spain

    As Fonte Beach Vigo Spain
    All the places in the world have history and all sorts of stories to count to its neverending list of memories. There are those that are happy, yet, we always seem to remember the sad stories better.
  • Mourisca Beach in Bueu

    Mourisca Beach in Bueu
    Mourisca Beach in Bueu, Pontevedra (Spain) is probably the best kept secret in the Rias Baixas. Not even during the hottest days of summer does this beach gets swarmed by people. The water here is clean and full of life and in the late afternoon, you can watch fishermen as they set off on their daily task, followed by seagulls and ignoring the competence from a couple of cormorants.
  • Virxilo Vieitez at the MARCO

    Virxilo Vieitez at the MARCO
    MARCO (Museo de Arte Contemporáneo) in Vigo, Pontevedra, Spain is hosting a temporary exhibition of the work of Galician photographer Virxilio Vieitez. Vieitez, who died in 2008, had stored a great amount of material that his family has just offered to scholars and institutions for public exhibition and study. Thanks to MARCO, it is now possible to see not only Vieitez’s classic works, but also a good number of previously unknown B&W, colour and vintage photographs. The selection was made by Italian curator Enrica Viganò.
  • How to Use your Lomo LC-A+ Instant Back

    How to Use your Lomo LC-A+ Instant Back
    Two tips to make the most of the Fuji Instax film and avoid ruining a shot.
  • Carrión International Regatta

    Carrión International Regatta
    Velilla del Río Carrión is a municipality in the province of Palencia. Every 15th of August the locals hold a grand event in honor of Our Lady of Arenas and San Roque. It is considered to be the biggest event of the year with cucañas and canoes. It is definitely a grand celebration that is eagerly anticipated by the locals.
  • The Last and Funniest Running Race of the Year in Madrid.

    The Last and Funniest Running Race of the Year in Madrid.
    I’m not what you’ll call a sporty lady, so I asked two top cheerleaders to came with me to the race to cheer on the runners while I did some photos.
  • Cedeira, a Coastal Town in Galicia

    Cedeira, a Coastal Town in Galicia
    While I was thinking of doing my first article, I thought, 'you better do one on a location where you have been going on vacation for 22 years!'. Now that I'm immersed in this world of Lomography, the best way I can express and teach you all about our family's favorite vacation spot is still through pictures!
  • Olympus XA2, The Camera Lecter.

    Olympus XA2, The Camera Lecter.
    Small and black, with a red button as a trigger and a great Zuiko lens. Its similarities with the LC-A is amazing. But I will start again.
  • 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.
  • The Jungle of Fear

    The Jungle of Fear
    You might know Salou, a town located at the coast of Tarragona, Spain. You may have even heard about Port Aventura, a theme park placed on the outskirts of Salou but what most of you may not be aware of is what happens in the park when October comes.
  • San Lorenzo del Escorial, Madrid

    San Lorenzo del Escorial, Madrid
    If you have plans of visiting Madrid then do make San Lorenzo del Escorial one of your stops. A location that will give you pleasant surprises in all sorts of ways. Of course, it also makes for an ideal location to take some of the best photos with your favorite Lomo camera.
  • Plaza del Ayuntamiento, Valencia, Spain

    Plaza del Ayuntamiento, Valencia, Spain
    Plaza del Ayuntamiento is one of the most important city plazas in Valencia. This well-known town square is both bold and beautiful and should be one of your must-sees if ever you'd be visiting Valencia. Don't worry about getting lost as all the city buses stop here, you simply can't miss 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.
  • Plaza de la Virgen and Around, Valencia

    Plaza de la Virgen and Around, Valencia
    Scouring for my next Lomo Location can be a toughie at times although when I do spot a location that inspires me, I instantly get a hold of my camera and start clicking away. Lucky me, I didn't even have to go far especially with something like the picture perfect Valencia Square nearby.