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  • The Object of My Affection: My Vegetable Garden

    The Object of My Affection: My Vegetable Garden
    After a long day in the office, spending some quality time in my vegetable garden always makes me happy. I love getting my hands dirty, smelling the plants, seeing the flowers, and eating the food I grow.
  • Rule #1: Take Your Camera Everywhere You Go

    Rule #1: Take Your Camera Everywhere You Go
    I am usually the last person to remember to throw a camera in the bag before I leave home. But now that I have joined the Lomo movement, I have the 10 Golden Rules to follow. I am making myself familiar with each one of the rules by acknowledging each rule with photos!
  • Bring Out Your Jackets for Cameron Highlands

    Bring Out Your Jackets for Cameron Highlands
    In this article, I will be introducing to you guys to Cameron Highlands. The most extensive hill station in Malaysia is Cameron Highlands with a total area of 712 square kilometres. It is a very windy and cold place to be in as the temperature will be 25°C or below and reaching about 12°C during night time. Travelling is only by bus ride, it took me around 10 hours to travel from my place. Nevertheless, it is a great place to be in for me and my LC-A.
  • Pasar Borong Selayang

    Pasar Borong Selayang
    What can you do on a weekend in Kuala Lumpur? I bet most lomographers would bring their arsenal of photography goods to shoot around Kuala Lumpur, but isn't that too common already? Have you ever tried taking photos at the wet market? This article is for those who love street photography.:)
  • The Deptford Project

    The Deptford Project
    The Deptford Project located in southeast London consists of a market, art exhibition space, a re-purposed train, and more!
  • Santiago: A Walk Around La Vega Central

    Santiago: A Walk Around La Vega Central
    Many are worried about bringing their cameras here as it's not one of Santiago's best neighborhoods. But it is quite safe, very photogenic, and is also one of the most popular spots in Chile's capital.
  • La Vega, the Capital's oldest farmer´s market

    La Vega, the Capital's oldest farmer´s market
    Many are afraid to go to this place with their cameras because it´s not one of the best neighborhoods in Santiago, however, in this area you can walk and take pictures in a perfectly quiet way to experience one of the most popular places in the capital of Chile.
  • Mysore Fruit and Vegetable Market

    Mysore Fruit and Vegetable Market
    Mysore is a large city in Karnataka state in India. It has lots of things worth visiting: the Mysore Palace, the Dasara Festival and the beautiful silk garments. However, if you ever happen to go to Mysore, be sure to also visit their colorful fruit and vegetable market!
  • Hortas pedagógicas, Guimarães

    Hortas pedagógicas, Guimarães
    Hortas pedagógicas of Guimarães is a communitarian place dedicated to urban agriculture. This is a Project that started this year with the first zone available. The ecological / public park was built in agricultural land located in the entrance of the city near to the highway turning that unused space in an interesting zone.
  • Bielefeld: The Siegfriedplatz

    Bielefeld: The Siegfriedplatz
    There's this little place that draws me in every time I go out of the house. Everybody in Bielefeld knows it: the "Siggi". It's a good place for everybody to hang around, meet friends, have a drink, and even discover a great analogue find!
  • Whitemoor Allotments, Nottingham

    Whitemoor Allotments, Nottingham
    Whitemoor is a small allotment site in Nottingham. I've had an allotment there for a little over a year. I love spending afternoons watering my vegetables and wandering the narrow lanes. It is off the beaten track, which si perfect if you want to avoid cliche photos!
  • Leisure Farms, Batangas

    Leisure Farms, Batangas
    Growing up in the metropolis, us kids nowadays have no idea of what the simple life really is. Growing your own food and using the good earth for nourishment is a value all but unknown to most. There are however, places where these things can be taught to the next generation such as Leisure Farms up in the hills of Batangas.