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  • The Land Down Under: The Other Side of the World

    The Land Down Under: The Other Side of the World
    For me, a girl living in Belgium, Australia is really the other side of the world. So when a friend of mine suggested to go visit her in New Zealand and travel together to Australia, I was over the moon.
  • The Colors of Siam

    The Colors of Siam
    Bangkok, it's my favorite city - so far. The colors, culture, music, food, the colorful taxis and tuk-tuks, the smiling faces - endeared this city to me. I've been to this city three times already (and still counting), and it's a place that I've always enjoyed, each time I pay it a visit!
  • To Russia with Love: Pulkovo Observatory, Saint Petersburg

    To Russia with Love: Pulkovo Observatory, Saint Petersburg
    Simply a must! The Pulkovo Obesrvatory has always been among my top favorite places in Saint Petersburg. I can visit it over and over again. After the madness of the big city, it is literarily a breath of fresh air.
  • Walking to Work at Sunrise

    Walking to Work at Sunrise
    Every day I walk the same way to work and each day is completely different. As the days get shorter, the mornings get darker, and I am greeted with the most beautiful sunrises.
  • Autumn Leaves All Around: A LomoWalk in Sydney

    Autumn Leaves All Around: A LomoWalk in Sydney
    Summer is coming to an end, and autumn is just around the corner. It is time for autumn lovers to get out of their houses and take some pictures of autumn scenes, especially the beautiful, autumn leaves.
  • Open Halifax: Celebrating Buy Local

    Open Halifax: Celebrating Buy Local
    Open Halifax was started this year to celebrate all the locally-owned stores and bring some much-needed life into downtown on a weekend when the weather was just starting to warm up at the beginning of summer. There was everything from free cooking classes at local restaurants, to free jazz being played at the local newsagent, and my favorite, free cupcakes!
  • Don't Hesitate, Just Come: Namsan Seoul Tower

    Don't Hesitate, Just Come: Namsan Seoul Tower
    On New Year's Day in Korea, I went to Namsan Seoul Tower. Usually I never go to a place that is near me, but when I started shooting with films, I started to go around, place to place, and while Namsan Seoul Tower should have been the first place I visited, I went there last instead. This is Namsan with multi-exposures, enjoy! :)
  • Workshop: Architecture Walk to the Barbican Centre ended about 2 years ago

    Workshop: Architecture Walk to the Barbican Centre
    Join Lomography Gallery Store Soho for a Sunday stroll through the Barbican Centre. Together we'll capture its Brutalist architecture on film with our very own Russian beauty, the Lomo LC-A+!
  • New York, Milan, London, Long Jetty? A Little Town Re-Buiding Itself on Vintage

    New York, Milan, London, Long Jetty? A Little Town Re-Buiding Itself on Vintage
    The small town of Long Jetty on the east coast of New South Wales, Australia is re-inventing itself with the help of a new trendy cafe and a few new second hand stores opening up. It's the new place to shop for everyone wanting a vintage find!
  • A Moment's Rest in Montreal

    A Moment's Rest in Montreal
    Our train pulled into Montreal and it could not have come sooner. After the short half of the journey from Toronto to Halifax, I was still sick of being on the train! We spent a grand total of 2 days in Montreal and I loved every moment of it!
  • Walking Around in Bandung

    Walking Around in Bandung
    Bandung is my hometown and the city where I was born. I grew up and got to know Lomography in this city through my best friends. I have so many memories of Bandung, from the bad times through good. Since 2007, I've been documenting the city, so let me show you my personal perspective of the Bandung I've known through the years!
  • Walking in Milan with a Fisheye No. 2

    Walking in Milan with a Fisheye No. 2
    A short article that shows some aspects of the pedestrian path that I follow to reach the Lomography Gallery Store in Milan from the train station of "Milano Porta Garibaldi". Enjoy the spherical perspective of the Fisheye No.2 camera!
  • Kaimuki: Small Scale Charm

    Kaimuki: Small Scale Charm
    This is a small neighborhood or district in Honolulu. It has a lot of character and contains many small businesses.
  • Get a Nice Girl and a Kid So You Get to Know Your City Better

    Get a Nice Girl and a Kid So You Get to Know Your City Better
    I dig deep in the city each time I go for a walk with my 4-month-old son. So if you want to get to know Berlin better - mainly the "Barrios", Kreuzberg and Neukölln - read on after the jump and have a look at the gallery at the bottom.
  • Celebration Square: Mississauga's Place for Simple Pleasures

    Celebration Square: Mississauga's Place for Simple Pleasures
    Celebration Square is one of Mississauga’s newest recreational additions. In 2011, it replaced the original scenery, a plainer and paved area for people to walk around in. Now, it has an impressive stage, open space, picnic tables, and a great way to just relax and enjoy the weather, be it hot or cold.
  • $10 LomoWalk with Angie: Take your Doggie to Lomography Day! ended over 2 years ago

    $10 LomoWalk with Angie: Take your Doggie to Lomography Day!
    Let's combine two of our favorite loves- our doggies and Lomography! We will have a meet and greet for our four legged friends!! Get ready for our Lomography Austin Doggie Meetup and photo walk!
  • Workshop: Setting Sail with La Sardina! ended over 2 years ago

    Workshop: Setting Sail with La Sardina!
    Do you love going wide with your shots? Do multiple- and long-exposures appeal to your finer photographic senses? Then join Meggie at Lomography Austin and prepare to set sail with La Sardina!
  • Workshop: Spool is in Session! ended over 2 years ago

    Workshop: Spool is in Session!
    Ever wonder how to get ultra saturated colors in your photos? Want to know what X-pro, E6, and C-41 mean? Curious to learn about expired films? Come out to Spool is in Session at Lomography Austin and let Meggie introduce you to the wonderful world of film emulsions!
  • Catching Up with Nature at Barry Curtis Park

    Catching Up with Nature at Barry Curtis Park
    Every now and then, I find myself drowning amongst paperwork, e-mails and computers. Urban life can be suffocating and at times, all I want to do is break free and have a one-on-one with nature. When these 'episodes' arises, my favorite thing to do is take a stroll in the park, equipped with a bottle of water, and a camera.
  • Brooklyn Bridge in Black and White

    Brooklyn Bridge in Black and White
    If you are ever lucky enough to visit New York, make sure you walk the Brooklyn Bridge and take some black-and-white film with you. The Brooklyn Bridge is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States. Completed in 1883, it connects the New York City boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn by spanning the East River. With a main span of 1,595.5 feet (486.3 m), it was the longest suspension bridge in the world from its opening until 1903, and the first steel-wire suspension bridge.