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  • Summer Hot Spots: Enchanted Kingdom

    Summer Hot Spots: Enchanted Kingdom
    Being one of only a few amusement parks in the Philippines, Enchanted Kingdom has become a summer staple for the young, the old, and of course, photographers as well!
  • Solo Photowalk Routes: A Day at Fun Fair

    Solo Photowalk Routes: A Day at Fun Fair
    Every year, there is a great fun fair in my city, Como, in the period between the third week of March and the second week of April. There are many carousels and stalls and entertainment for all ages. Even this year, I took some photos of this public event, in a solo photowalk, tasting some of my preferred rides.
  • Auckland Series: Rainbows End

    Auckland Series: Rainbows End
    New Zealand's largest theme park, Rainbows End, has something for everyone. Whether you're here for the adrenaline rush or family fun, this theme park can give you and your family a full day's worth of entertainment!
  • Leeds Asian Festival 2012

    Leeds Asian Festival 2012
    This year was the first time I have had the chance to go along to Leeds Asian Festival in Roundhay Park. This happened at the start of September and was probably the last day of sunshine in the UK that 2012 is going to experience!
  • Oktoberfest in Australia

    Oktoberfest in Australia
    It's that time of the year again when, on any given Friday or Saturday night in October, anywhere around the world, you could stumble upon a lederhosen clad lad and a dirndl dressed lass. Luckily, my birthday is also in October so last year, we were able to combine the two in my hometown on the Central Coast of Australia having a big Oktoberfest celebration.
  • Sydney's Luna Park and Circular Quay

    Sydney's Luna Park and Circular Quay
    Circular Quay is the hub of Sydney Harbour, situated in a small inlet called Sydney Cove, the founding site for Sydney and Australia. It is a stepping-off point for most attractions based around the harbour and an exciting place to be on a warm summer's day. Luna Park is just a short ferry ride across the Harbour from Circular Quay and is a fun place with a dark history.
  • The Shooting Gallery: Tips for Great Carnival Shots

    The Shooting Gallery: Tips for Great Carnival Shots
    Step right up and see all of the tips and tricks you need to capture the grand prize: awesome carnival shots!
  • An Enchanted Engagement Session

    An Enchanted Engagement Session
    Most amusement park rides were created so two people can sit next to each other, therefore, making it a perfect place for lovers to enjoy moments together. But, what if we also turn it into a giant location for a prenuptial shoot?
  • There's Something About: Disney

    There's Something About: Disney
    My most memorable travel escapade of 2011 came from the sunshine state, where fantasy meets reality in a place known as Walt Disney World.
  • October Festivities: Goose Fair

    October Festivities: Goose Fair
    I've become a serial attender of the Goose Fair in Nottingham if only to try and capture some interesting photos. Last year was all about bold colours and cross-processing but this year I fancied trying some night shots with the bulb mode on the La Sardina. This is how it went.
  • Brighton

    Brighton. The Lanes, the beach, the Pier, the bay, the mall, the fish and chips, the cotton candy, the train station, the deck chairs, the colorful houses, the market, and so much more! Brighton is the perfect day trip away from central London.
  • Brighton Pier

    Brighton Pier
    Located at the end of the Grand Parade, Brighton Pier is the centre point for the Brighton seafront. Hosting rides, food, and amusements for the majority of the year it is a prominent feature of this seaside city.
  • Canobie Lake Park

    Canobie Lake Park
    Canobie Lake Park is a fun place full of lomographic potential. With a wonderful mix of old-time and classic attractions next to more modern rides suited to satisfy thrill-seekers, you will have to remind yourself to stop taking pictures so you can enjoy going on a few rides too!
  • Capital Ex

    Capital Ex
    Winter is a great time to remember summer, is it not? What is it about this annual exhibition that inspires my love/hate relationship with crowds and cotton candy? If you're a bit confused on what I'm talking about, here's a look at Capital Ex - an annual festival that we get to enjoy - or not, every July.
  • Enchanted Kingdom Revisited

    Enchanted Kingdom Revisited
    A lot has been written about the Enchanted Kingdom. There is an abundance of photos of this theme park. So what’s one more review? I think it’s the personal experience that counts. Each visit is unique, the shots may look the same but it does evoke memories of the good time you had.
  • Dreamworld, The Gold Coast

    Dreamworld, The Gold Coast
    Dreamworld is one of four huge theme parks on the Gold Coast; one of Australia's favorite tourist destinations. A day at Dreamworld is: fun, rides, cuddly koalas and kangaroos, The Wiggles, acting like a kid, pigging out on fairy floss and hot dogs, thrill seeking, screams and giggles!
  • The Wonders of the Enchanted Kingdom

    The Wonders of the Enchanted Kingdom
    It was unplanned! My friends and I were headed towards Tagaytay City but someone mentioned missing going to Enchanted Kingdom (EK). Everyone looked at each other for agreement.. And so, the decision was made: Detour to Enchanted Kingdom (for what could've been the nth time)!!
  • 1920s Midway - Fort Edmonton

    1920s Midway - Fort Edmonton
    Step back into a simpler time in the middle of the city.
  • Kennywood Amusement Park

    Kennywood Amusement Park
    Phantom Fright Nights. However, great park food abounds, and the hot sausages at the center stand by the Potato Patch are GREAT!
  • Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois - Summer Road Trip 2009 - Lomostop #16

    Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois - Summer Road Trip 2009 - Lomostop #16
    We arrived at Navy Pier as it was getting dark. I had just loaded my LC-A+ with Fuji T64, what was I thinking?