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  • The Washington Sqaure Park at New York City

    The Washington Sqaure Park at New York City
    Since I came to live in New York City to work at the Lomography Gallery Store, I've been visiting The Washington Square Park almost each Saturday of the week. I teach photography workshops for the Lomography community once a week. This park loves Lomography, and Lomography loves the thousands of perfect pictures you can shoot there.
  • The Aviary (Seattle, Washington)

    The Aviary (Seattle, Washington)
    The Aviary is a creativity store, founded to enable encourage and inspire personal creative expression. The Lomography product line is a perfect fit for this mission as it encourages the capturing of life experience and visceral artistic expression.
  • American Red Cross X Lomography: LomoWall in Washington DC's Union Station!

    American Red Cross X Lomography: LomoWall in Washington DC's Union Station!
    Lomography had the pleasure of teaming up with the American Red Cross to work on two beautiful LomoWalls. Last March, hundreds of kits with journals and our cameras were sent to people all over America who at one time or another had been helped by the American Red Cross. They were asked to share their stories. Made of these photographs and alongside their stories, these fantastic LomoWalls now reside in Washington DC's Union Station.
  • June 2012 Lomography Events in Seattle, Washington ended over 2 years ago

    June 2012 Lomography Events in Seattle, Washington
    Lomography is coming to Seattle this June! Excited to see what's up on that month? Check out the 2 meetups after the jump!
  • Washington DC's Truckeroo

    Washington DC's Truckeroo
    Started in June of this year, Truckeroo is Washington DC's summer and fall monthly food truck round up.
  • PYHOF: Pearl Jam Twenty

    PYHOF: Pearl Jam Twenty
    If you were a '90s kid then you're probably familiar with Pearl Jam. Alongside Nirvana, Soundgarden, Mother Love Bone, Mudhoney, Alice in Chains, among others - they pioneered the Seattle scene in the nineties with what was commonly known as "grunge rock."
  • Urban Adventure: Washington Square Park, NYC

    Urban Adventure: Washington Square Park, NYC
    I’ve been lucky enough to visit the Big Apple around three or four times. On one of those trips I stumbled into a park that made me re-visit it almost every single day that was left of my vacation. Read on to find out why.
  • Kirkland, My Favorite Suburb in Seattle

    Kirkland, My Favorite Suburb in Seattle
    Want to visit the Puget Sound region? Kirkland has everything from restaurants, art galleries, arts center, tattoo shops, parks, beaches, and bronze sculptures.
  • Seattle Public Library

    Seattle Public Library
    A strange building with so many unique things to offer, the Seattle Public Library will not disappoint. Curious to see what was inside this odd-shaped building, I entered the Seattle Public Library for the first time and was delighted with what I found. Aside from its immense size, there are all sorts of unique - and functional aspects to this library that are just waiting to be discovered.
  • Kodak Elite Chrome (35mm, 200 iso) User-Review

    Kodak Elite Chrome (35mm, 200 iso) User-Review
    it gives you the blues, but the feel good ones!
  • The Bloedel Reserve

    The Bloedel Reserve
    Nature the way man intended it: the Bloedel Reserve at Bainbridge Island is the most scenic way to enjoy a green landscape at your own pace.
  • Downtown Seattle

    Downtown Seattle
    Grunge music, perpetual rain, the foundation of today’s most popular coffee…step foot in downtown Seattle and you’ll find it all, whether it’s coming from the music of street performers, the freshly brewed aromas at Pike Place Market, or the feel of your sweatshirt hood pulled against your face. These are things commonly associated with Seattle, even for people who’ve never been there before. But what I got from visiting this city was more than what could be contained in any amount of cliches combined.
  • Boeing Factory

    Boeing Factory
    The Boeing Factory is about 25 miles north of Seattle. There is a big visitor centre with lots of bits of planes and interactive displays. A 42 foot tail from a 747 looks huge when you see a person standing beside it, then realize it's just the tail, the scale is impressive. Display sections of the new 787 Dreamliner are nice to see, the windows have a touch-screen shade control which looks very cool. Also inside are TV screens showing the features of the new plane.