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  • Ride the Duck in London

    Ride the Duck in London
    In many of the places I've travelled, I've seen small, yellow amphibious tour buses -- the ubiquitous 'Ducks.' In some places the pleasure cruisers are encouraged to blow duck whistles, but everywhere they tour on land before descending into the city's waterway. I decided to become a tourist in my own town and ride the London duck.
  • Lomography Guide to Prague: Prague in Three Days (Day 2)

    Lomography Guide to Prague: Prague in Three Days (Day 2)
    My dear friend Grazie suggested to me one fantastic and I think very helpful theme for the series: What to see and visit in Prague when you have only three days. This is my suggestion for the second day. I hope it will help and inspire you!
  • A Short Trip to Antarctica

    A Short Trip to Antarctica
    Join an Australian Oceanographic campaign on board the Icebreaker Aurora Australis. Over five weeks sailing from Hobart (Tasmania) to the frozen Commonwealth Bay (Antarctica) and back to Fremantle (Western Australia), you will meet icebergs, tourists, storms and Adélie penguins.
  • Recap: Spinner 360 Boat Tour!

    Recap: Spinner 360 Boat Tour!
    On June 30th, Lomography Chicago gathered together with some of our favorite people for our most epic workshop yet! We snagged the Spinner 360 and headed out on the water to go on an architectural boat tour. What better way to capture the immense city than with our amazing panoramic camera?
  • Spinner 360 Chicago Boat Tour! ended about 1 year ago

    Spinner 360 Chicago Boat Tour!
    We are so excited to announce a workshop that has been in the works for months. Sunday June 30th join us for our very first Spinner 360 workshop. But we have made this workshop extra special by doing it ON A BOAT! Don't miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to shoot with one of our most epic cameras on the Chicago River!
  • The Stories within Pictures #12: Feeding Seagulls Forbidden

    The Stories within Pictures #12: Feeding Seagulls Forbidden
    Whether you are in Finland for a year or just for few days, you have to visit at least one of the harbours and experience its atmosphere, smell, vibe, wind and greedy noisy seagulls. But be careful, all the harbours have their little dangers.
  • Going Back in Time to an Ancient Water Town in Shanghai

    Going Back in Time to an Ancient Water Town in Shanghai
    Have you heard of the Venice of the East? Yes, it is located in the western side of Shanghai, China. You can tour this ancient town by a canal gondola. Zhujiaojiao is the most popular and nearest water village from the main city, with a signature five-arch bridge along the Cao Gang River. Read on for more on its historical value.
  • Fisherman's Cove: A Centuries Old Fishing Village Frozen in Time

    Fisherman's Cove: A Centuries Old Fishing Village Frozen in Time
    Fisherman's Cove is a Lomographer's paradise, and it amazes me how much you can escape from the city with only a 25-minute drive from the city of Halifax in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. I've eaten some of the best fish and chips of my life here, and you will be able to turn and shoot in any direction!
  • The Dingle Turns 100

    The Dingle Turns 100
    The Dingle Memorial Tower is a large, four-sided, slightly-tapered structure situated in a prominent location on a knoll, overlooking the shores of the North West Arm of Halifax in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. On Natal Day this year, we went and explored the Tower and its beautiful surroundings to celebrate its 100th birthday.
  • Hot Summer Day...Why Not Go Sailing?

    Hot Summer Day...Why Not Go Sailing?
    Copenhagen Harbor, especially the new promenade at Islands Brygge offers a veritable throng of bikini babes and pumped testosterone bombs of young men. Electronic music fills the air, skin glistens, and some people take a dive into the blue waves.
  • Old Film, New Surprises

    Old Film, New Surprises
    I love old films. The mystery around it, when you find one and you try to guess who used it, what was shot with it and when...Recently I've found some, let me show you what were the images on it...
  • Taking to the Water on Inle Lake in Myanmar

    Taking to the Water on Inle Lake in Myanmar
    A few days relaxing on the shores of Inle Lake, Myanmar while backpacking in 2003. A wonderful, beautiful, and very photographic part of the world. It was a knee-jerk decision going to Myanmar. I had a few weeks free and I was in Bangkok, so I bought myself a plane ticket, got a visa and off I flew.
  • La Sardina on Board in Berlin ended over 2 years ago

    La Sardina on Board in Berlin
    Cast off! We set (motorized) sails to explore the great river Spree. It´s pretty different to see the familiar streets and places from the waters point of view. Maybe we will discover some unknown sites of the city with the La Sardina!
  • Perhentian Island, Malaysia

    Perhentian Island, Malaysia
    Have fun admiring the beautiful blue sea in Pulau Perhentian, Terengganu, at the east coast of Malaysia. Last month my family and I went on a short, 2-day vacation to Perhentian Island, Terengganu, Malaysia. Perhentian Island consists of two islands, the Big Island and the Small Island. Both islands are reachable through a 30-minute speedboat ride. Once the boat came close to the island, we were mesmerized by the clear, turquoise color of the ocean. I've never seen such a clear ocean my entire life!
  • Tai O: Romance through Negatives and Slides

    Tai O: Romance through Negatives and Slides
    Not only does Tai O possess beautiful scenery, it also has a unique attitude to life. It is a place to lay back, enjoy life, and do some people watching. Hong Kong is not a dead town, view Tai O from two different colorful perspectives!
  • Tales of a Fisherman in Bahia

    Tales of a Fisherman in Bahia
    My father loves to go fishing and he just found that Bahia is a great place if you're into high sea fishing. So, we left São Paulo and when we arrived, we were not disappointed. You think this is a fisherman's tale? Well, look at the photos and see for yourself!
  • Ilford Pan 100: Panchromatism Galore

    Ilford Pan 100: Panchromatism Galore
    I don't remember how I came across this film-gem. But nonetheless, I took this film-gem on a trip to Sweden last summer and I can proudly say that the Ilford Pan 100 is one of the greatest black and films I ever got to try.
  • Most Memorable Travel Escapade of 2011? An Affair With Cornwall

    Most Memorable Travel Escapade of 2011? An Affair With Cornwall
    Looking back at 2011, I'm reminded of the fantastic year that I had. A birthday trip to New York (which was bloody amazing), lovely weddings shared with friends, lots of live music and during the summer, a gorgeous excursion to Cornwall. This was extra special as the main reason for the trip was due to one of my oldest friends marrying. Perfect!
  • My New Lubitel

    My New Lubitel
    I just acquired a camera that I have desperately wanted for a long time -- the Lubitel 166b! Here's the story of how I got my Lubitel through a camera swap.
  • Niagara Falls

    Niagara Falls
    Niagara Falls is shared by both Canada and America, it surpasses the sums four of the Great Lakes through Lake Erie to Lake Ontario. These were taken in October 2011.