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  • LC-A+ RL - RL stands for Real Love!

    LC-A+ RL - RL stands for Real Love!
    It has the same fun size, light weight, awesome features, super easy focus zones, and vintage look as the LC-A+ BUT! with the amazing original Russian Lens.
  • My LC-A+ Russian Lens is Very Unique!

    My LC-A+ Russian Lens is Very Unique!
    Something odd is going on with my LC-A+ RL. In the short time I have been using it, it has proven to possess a very unique signature. Do you want to know what it is? Read on!
  • The Soul of Lisbon in Alfama

    The Soul of Lisbon in Alfama
    Portas do Sol, meaning “doors of the sun” or “the sun’s gateway”, is a big balcony that opens onto the river Tejo, offering astonishing views over Lisboa.
  • Portraits of Strangers: Strangers I've Met During My Travel

    Portraits of Strangers: Strangers I've Met During My Travel
    In the past six months, I'm lucky to have traveled to Mount Bromo (located in East Java, Indonesia) and recently, to India. During my travel to both locations, I have met many strangers. Meeting new people in new places is a very good experience for me, especially when I decided to document them. Read about my Portraits of Strangers story after the jump!
  • LC-A Russia Day: The Sexy Lomo With The Funny Logo

    LC-A Russia Day: The Sexy Lomo With The Funny Logo
    The Lomo LC-A+ Russia Day Edition is an iconic camera with a sexy, red leather dress. Read what I think about this Lomographer's erotic dream after the jump!
  • Slavin, Bratislava

    Slavin, Bratislava
    Slavin, also designated by the National Cultural Monument, was erected in 1960 to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the liberation of Bratislava in the Second World War.
  • Memento Park

    Memento Park
    Communism in Hungary may have ended in 1989, but on the outskirts of Budapest there is a park where you can still feel it. After the fall of communism, citizens of Eastern European cities understandably began destroying the buildings, statues and symbols of the era and regime that had oppressed them since 1949.
  • Old Town Hall Tower - Prague

    Old Town Hall Tower - Prague
    The Old Town Hall Tower in Prague holds one of the the oldest and most elaborate clocks ever built – the Astronomical Clock or Orloj, which you have probably heard of, as it is one of the city's most popular tourist attractions. I know the clock is amazing... but have you ever noticed the tower? Yes, today I’m not going to talk about the clock but rather the tower that hosts it and what you can do in there.
  • Tokyo Disneyland - More Than Mickey

    Tokyo Disneyland - More Than Mickey
    Welcome to Disneyland Tokyo! It ain't just about cartoon characters running around entertaining the kids! There's more to this fun-filled theme park than meets the eye. Bring your entire family for a trip that's sure to unleash the child in you.
  • Lagarada Traditional

    Lagarada Traditional
    “Lagar” means winery. But here they don’t just put the grapes in a machine, they stomp on them with their bare feet! And being such a proud people, we have to tell the world about our traditions.
  • Bradford Playhouse

    Bradford Playhouse
    Based in Little Germany in Bradford's city centre (West Yorkshire), the Bradford Playhouse has a proud heritage, as a unique building with many of its historic features intact.
  • George Town, Penang, The Island of Pearls

    George Town, Penang, The Island of Pearls
    George Town, with streets full of old, mixed cultural, faded colours and crumbed walls of shophouses, temples and buildings. Featured by elderly Chinese shopkeepers and residents, Indian food stalls, uniquely-decorated trishaws, homeless citizen, backpackers and tourists from around the world that suddenly appear at glances of your eyes. I bet a lomographer could not stop firing the shutter once step into these historical streets blended with faded colours and unexpected instruders!
  • Dinorwic Quarry

    Dinorwic Quarry
    Dinorwic Quarry is an old Welsh Slate Quarry in Snowdonia that closed at the end of the 1960's. When it was up and running it was one of the largest quarries in the world.
  • Liverpool Cathedral

    Liverpool Cathedral
    If you think you know cathedrals, think again.
  • Kecak Dance

    Kecak Dance
    The Kecak dance is a must-see if you're going to Bali, Indonesia! It is a wondrous experience, and a window into the musical and artistic culture that make the Balinese special.
  • Yogyakarta

    Yogyakarta (also Jogja, Yogya, Jogjakarta) is a city in the Yogyakarta Special Region, Indonesia. It is renowned as a center of classical Javanese fine art and culture such as batik, ballet, drama, music, poetry, and puppet shows. It is also famous as a center for Indonesian higher education. Yogyakarta was the Indonesian capital during the Indonesian National Revolution from 1945 to 1949.
  • Bali The Island Of God

    Bali The Island Of God
    From my recent trip to all over Indonesia - my lovely country. I'd like to show but all of you know how beautiful Bali is. What can I say more about Bali?
  • Jalan Malioboro

    Jalan Malioboro
    Jalan Malioboro is centrally located in downtown Yogyakarta. The street stretches from Tugu Railway Station to the Sultan's Keraton, spanning across some 2 1/2 kilometres in length. Major roads in the city such as Jl Jenderal Sudirman, Jl Mangkubumi, Jl P. Senopati, Jl Sultan Agung, Jl KH A Dahlan and Jl Pasar Kembang will converge at this street.
  • Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK)

    Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK)
    Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK) is a private cultural park on the Bukit Peninsula at the southern end of the island of Bali in Indonesia. Bukit is a limestone plateau with Uluwatu to the west and Nusa Dua to the eastern.
  • Pasar Badung

    Pasar Badung
    This 24-hour traditional market and the adjacent Pasar Kumbasari are separated by the Badung River. In Pasar Badung you find will find the usual meat, fish, vegetables, tropical and subtropical fruits, groceries, spices and anything else an Indonesian