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  • Photo of the day by puppettina

    Photo of the day by puppettina
    You have to admit, this is one far out photo. Who would have thought that a man vs. cattle double exposure would actually look this good?
  • Workshop: Bus Trip to Queens County Farm's Amazing Maize Maze! ended 6 months ago

    Workshop: Bus Trip to Queens County Farm's Amazing Maize Maze!
    We love hosting school bus trips to fun places around New York! This year we are heading up to the Queens County Farm for hay rides, a corn maze, and pumpkin picking. Its a great opportunity to take lots of fun fall images. Not to mention a petting zoo!
  • Move Over Soil, Clouds Will Do For Growing Things In The Sky

    Move Over Soil, Clouds Will Do For Growing Things In The Sky
    While you shopping for vegetables do you consider where the produce you're plonking in your basket is from? For Singapore, the good news is that over 7% of vegetables will be grown locally from now on! More fresh, local vegetables also means good business for farmers and market vendors. But where exactly is there space in this densely populated city to harvest sed crops?
  • LomoWalk: Eco-Chic Outdoor Market at Spitalfields City Farm ended almost 2 years ago

    LomoWalk: Eco-Chic Outdoor Market at Spitalfields City Farm
    At Lomography Gallery Store Soho. Everybody loves animals, so we thought, lets get together with an LC-A+ and shoot some of our favourites... from cows, goats and maybe some chickens. There is also an Eco-Chic market. Read on to find out more!!
  • Spring Festivities: Apple Blossom Day

    Spring Festivities: Apple Blossom Day
    I love spring. In fact, it's one of my favorite seasons. Trees and flowers are starting to blossom, the evenings are getting lighter, and summer is only around the corner. With this in mind, I thought I'd share this little nugget of pure Springtime-loveliness for when any of you happen to wander down to the West Country.
  • A ‘Farm’-ing Trip Down South

    A ‘Farm’-ing Trip Down South
    A journey full of bliss and peace within the greens of a farm. Truly an experience hanging out with sheep and experiencing farm life in Johor. I was literally in the UK but figuratively in Scotland when I visited the UK Farm. Located locally in Kluang, Johor, this place is heaven for those who wish to escape the hectic urban lifestyle.
  • Best of Highlands (BOH), Malaysia

    Best of Highlands (BOH), Malaysia
    Cameron Highland is the largest and one of the most famous hill retreats in Malaysia. The must-see attraction at Cameron is to make a trip to one of the tea plantations on the highland. The most famous tea garden is the BOH tea plantation.
  • A Little Farm in a Big City

    A Little Farm in a Big City
    Once upon a time there was a small, little, tiny farm in a big, large... and really not-that-huge city. :)
  • Vermont's Fall Colors

    Vermont's Fall Colors
    I traveled to Southern Vermont this fall to be a “leaf peeper” and see the annual show of color as the leaves turned to vibrant shades of reds and golds. Spectacular Lomo moments were at every turn. The beautiful scenery was only enhanced by the artistic wonder of my Diana F+ and LC-A.
  • Oxbridge Farm B&B, Dorset, UK

    Oxbridge Farm B&B, Dorset, UK
    A super nice bed & breakfast in Dorset.
  • Nature and Art Combined

    Nature and Art Combined
    About a year ago I moved to the city of Enschede (in the Netherlands) to start with my first year at the art academy that is located there. After a tough year full of hard work, blood, sweat and tears the school year has come to an end.
  • UK Farm, Kluang

    UK Farm, Kluang
    Now we won’t need to travel all the way to Australia or New Zealand to see a flock of sheep grazing in the meadow. The grazing time, scheduled three times everyday, would definitely amaze us Malaysians as hundreds of sheep are let loose from their shed! It is a spectacular sight that can’t be missed!
  • Cabbagetown & Riverdale Farm: A Little Bit of the Victorian Age in Down Town Toronto

    Cabbagetown & Riverdale Farm: A Little Bit of the Victorian Age in Down Town Toronto
    Looking for a Victorian adventure in the heart of Toronto? A great family spot, pick-nick location or bike ride destination. I could spend hours looking each and every home in Cabbagetown which is unique in its own way. Plus the getting to pet a goat is always awesome!
  • Flooding in the Prairies

    Flooding in the Prairies
    Being in the flat prairies in the middle of Canada, and having a large amount of snow in winter. Flooding is a more than likely occurrence. Living on a farm with cows makes this a challenging time to be a farmer, but with great opportunities to take great photo's. I carry my Nikon FM SLR around all the time while out doing chores and just walking the land.
  • Your Door Viewer Becomes a Fisheye Lens

    Your Door Viewer Becomes a Fisheye Lens
    Now this one is really easy . All you need is a door viewer , a piece of tape and of course your camera!
  • Rest-A-While B&B: Middle of Nowhere, Alberta

    Rest-A-While B&B: Middle of Nowhere, Alberta
    An annual trek to the middle of nowhere to meet up with old friends, eat quality food, drink quality beer, and play quality board games.
  • The Petting Zoo (and Getting Licked by a Pig!)

    The Petting Zoo (and Getting Licked by a Pig!)
    Please do not feed the animals! Animals May Bite! Small and friendly, full of charismatic charm and abundant with sounds of laughter and animals. This is such an ideal location to visit for a few hours out, and an experience that takes you away from the hustle and bustle of the city away from arrogant pigs of people.
  • Mother Farm: Meet The Cuties!

    Mother Farm: Meet The Cuties!
    Mother Farm is a good place for a family (especially with small children) to spend a day. You can meet many kinds of domestic animals like sheep, pigs, cows, ducks, horses, llamas and even ostriches. It must be a good experience for kids.
  • Corn mazes and Pumpkin Cannons! (Bon Accord)

    Corn mazes and Pumpkin Cannons! (Bon Accord)
    If that sound like it has the potential to be a bit surreal then I got the title right. The Prairie Gardens Corn Maze is not quite in the middle of nowhere, but you'll pass it on the way there.
  • Huber's Farm (Borden, In)

    Huber's Farm (Borden, In)
    Every fall we grab a posse and caravan from Louisville up to Borden Indiana to Huber's farm. They have tractor rides out to pumpkin patches, you can pick your own apples, and they have a wonderful selection of fresh produce! This year we had about twenty people and spent the day laying in the grass, eating apples plucked fresh from the tree and running through the corn maze. I highly suggest that everyone nearby make an effort to go next October!