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  • Summer Hot Spots: Kamenjak, A Hidden Gem in the Croatian Coastline

    Summer Hot Spots: Kamenjak, A Hidden Gem in the Croatian Coastline
    Kamenjak is a peninsula just a couple kilometers southern of Pula, the largest city (and most famous one) in Istria, Croatia.
  • Horny Ok Please: 8000 km of Lomography!

    Horny Ok Please: 8000 km of Lomography!
    Sonalee & Tony have started on a 8,000 Km journey along the coastline of India with 4 Lomography Cameras. And what could be better than they documenting and sharing their journey with the entire Lomographic community! So starting at week one, this is "Horny Ok Please" on their epic trip.
  • Costal Remains: Exploring the Sutro Baths ended over 2 years ago

    Costal Remains: Exploring the Sutro Baths
    Explore the Sutro Baths ruins and other awesome sights of San Francisco’s coastline.
  • Moledo - Yellow Sand, Blue Water & Red Sky

    Moledo - Yellow Sand, Blue Water & Red Sky
    Moledo Beach is a small beach in Portugal famous for its simplicity and natural beauty. Like most of the beaches in the north of the country, it’s a place that changes completely during summertime, it suddenly turns from a quiet place to a trendy place.
  • Galiano Island (British Columbia, Canada)

    Galiano Island (British Columbia, Canada)
    The Gem of the Gulf Islands in Beautiful British Columbia, Canada. This Island is a 25 min drive from Vancouver, then a quick 1 hr hop in a ferry and your there. When you arrive you'll notice the complete change in the pace of life here.
  • Wheal Coates

    Wheal Coates
    Wheal Coates was a Tin mine situated on the North Cornish coast between St Agnes and Chapel Porth.
  • Porto

    Porto
    Take the road which goes northwards along the West coast of Corsica and after passing the Calanches of Piana you arrive in Porto. Administratively, Porto is a simple hamlet which depends on the village of Ota, situated higher in the mountain. Nevertheless, if Ota is unknown, Porto, on the other hand, and its exceptional site transformed this small village into a highly visited place. Besides a factory of 'Nacre' jewelery, the small town offers numerous expeditions of diving and its colossal (very windy) beach of black pebbles offers an open view to the tower of Porto. It was probably built in the second half of the 16th century, before the appearance of the round Genoese towers. The tower of Porto is one of the only square fortifications built on the coast, the place of departure for the visit of the nature reserve of Scandola.