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  • Have an analogue purple springtime with the LomoChrome Purple film!

    Have an analogue purple springtime with the LomoChrome Purple film!
    Springtime is the season where flowers are in full bloom and the colors are starting to show. Put some creative twist to your spring shots with LomoChrome Purple for that luscious candy tint!
  • Singapore Summer Getaway: Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

    Singapore Summer Getaway: Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
    Nobody to go with that tan? Not inspired by the Great Singapore Sale? Want a getaway but everybody seems to have the same place in mind? Then don't despair! I've got the perfect place for you!
  • Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Cape Town

    Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Cape Town
    Kirstenbosch - the biggest open-air botanical garden of all. I fell in love with this garden when I first came here back in 2004. So, when I arrived to Cape Town this year, I immediately wanted to go back. Although a few obstacles (in the shape of a vineyard visit and so on) almost prevented me from doing that, there I was, still back at Kirstenbosch!
  • Kenyir Lake: Relax, Be Free, and at Peace

    Kenyir Lake: Relax, Be Free, and at Peace
    Kenyir Lake is the largest man-made lake in Southeast Asia, which is located at the state of Terengganu, Malaysia.
  • Wapping Woods

    Wapping Woods
    Wapping was originally a Saxon settlement. This area was known as a marshland until the 16th century when it was drained. It then became a rich meadow and garden ground until it was acquired for the London Docks. By 1969, the docks at Wapping were empty. Trees were planted and it was optimistically called Wapping Woods. However, the trees could not survive and the result is the small park we have today.
  • Kew Gardens

    Kew Gardens
    Although the entrance is about £13.50 (children enjoy the free entrance), it is worth every penny! The Kew Gardens are picnic friendly, so it worth spending a whole day here. Winter or summer, there is always something going on. You can check the web site in advance to find out which particular flowers are in the bloom at the moment, or just come and explore.
  • Phoenix Parc and The "Green Diamant" of Nice

    Phoenix Parc and The
    For my 100th location, I want to share some special place with you all: the zoological parc of Nice called "Parc Phoenix" and his giant greenhouse known as the "green diamant"
  • Lake of Saint Cassien

    Lake of Saint Cassien
    Lakes are very inspiring and peaceful places. Let me show you a very nice one....
  • Botanical Garden (Botanisk Have)

    Botanical Garden (Botanisk Have)
    The Botanical Garden in Copenhagen is owned by University of Copenhagen, and has a history that goes back to 1600. As the garden, the university and the city developed, it was moved from location to location until October 9th 1874, when the garden opened in its present location. Close to Nørreport Station, it's open during the day and entry is free.
  • Warsaw University Library

    Warsaw University Library
    Earth is our motherland, so we have to be good and not waste it. But today all we hear is pollution, greenhouse effect and so on... What to do? The answer is simple - even today, when technology is going straight forward, we can live without hurting the Fauna and Flora duo.
  • The Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the Monastery

    The Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the Monastery
    Yes, of course - you will be asking why the hell did I shoot those nice flowers instead of the Church and monastery... You would be right, but I will tell you something, that will be useful if you will go there. Do not go there late in the evenings, cause the monks close the doors of the monastery, so you have to go round it and take the pictures only of the buildings. But, that's not bad, as I did find one of the back doors open, and while nobody did see me, I did one last shot for my film (damn, I could have taken more films...). So you can check the inside of it.
  • La Dombes

    La Dombes
    The natural park of the La Dombes is a huge area north from the city of Lyon. The natural park of 23 ha, offers you lot of lakes, forests, little villages and fantastic landscapes to explore on foot, by bike or whatever else... It's well known for its very rich fauna & flora reserve, and if you like birds, you have got there a lot of different species to discover.
  • FRIM

    FRIM
    Nature lover? Here is a great opportunity for you to experience the great flora and fauna paradise. Lomography lover? Here is a good spot for you to take some high quality pictures. Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) situated 600-ha site in Kepong, 16 km northwest of Kuala Lumpur is surrounded by Bukit Lagong Forest Reserve. Although it is a research institute, it has fascinating views and places which nature lover will easily fall for. Especially as a Lomography lover, you should not miss it. This place offers beautiful lakes, branches of trees and blooming flowers which turn out to be gorgeous on the pictures. As you are driving through the whole forest, you can see a lots of research buildings. Yet, those are not the things we are focusing on. The most important and special thing about FRIM, is the great view of the lakes and plants.
  • Labyrinth park of Horta

    Labyrinth park of Horta
    If you're in Barcelona, and a little bit tired of the crowd and the cars of the city, if you're looking for a quiet and refreshing place, if you're alone or with a friend (or more...), have a little excursion to the garden and labyrinth of Horta, located north of the city of Barcelona.
  • Burbiskiai Estate

    Burbiskiai Estate
    This place fell into my mind when I was little - my grandmother told me her youth story about, how did she go to that times (around 1940-ties) discos. Yes, of course - no DJs, no house or RnB remixes - just simple plain countryside's music festival every weekend. People were gathering there from all of the region - my grandmother herself had to walk about 9 km to this place and then come back home (no taxis, mind that!). So when I grew up, I did finally go there. It's in the north part of Lithuania, just between to big cities Siauliai and Panevezys. The small town Radviliskis is the nearest to this place, so if you go the main road towards Panevezys you will find a brown sign with "Burbiskio Dvaro sodyba" ("Burbiskiai Estate Gardens").