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  • The Smoke that Thunders – Victoria Falls

    The Smoke that Thunders – Victoria Falls
    The Victoria Falls sits between two countries, Zambia and Zimbabwe. In high water season, it is one of the most spectacular sights you will ever see, it can spray so high that you’ll be in the most unpredictable ‘rain’ storm ever.
  • Between Borders – Rafting and Cruising Down the Zambezi

    Between Borders – Rafting and Cruising Down the Zambezi
    Stairway to heaven, Devil's toilet bowl, The Terminator, these are just a few of the names of the mighty rapids on the Zambezi. The journey down this river is not for the fainthearted but it is any adrenaline junkie's dream.
  • Love, Adventure and Expansion! My Analogue Year in Review 2010

    Love, Adventure and Expansion! My Analogue Year in Review 2010
    I’ve realized that 2010 so far has been the most significant year in my analogue life -- and three words that best describes my 2010 analogue life are Love, Adventure and Expansion!
  • Kathmandu, Nepal: Monkey Invasion at Swayambhunath

    Kathmandu, Nepal: Monkey Invasion at Swayambhunath
    Prior to your visit to the remarkable holy Buddhism stupa, located about 3km east of the main tourist area Thamel, you need to get past two barriers: first of all, the pronunciation of 'Swayambhunath' and second, the 365 stairs up to the main stupa on top of the hill. But it's worth the effort: hundreds of peaceful monkeys will accord a hearty welcome and a stunning view of the Kathmandu Valley with the surrounding mountains will provide your Lomo with breathtaking pictures.
  • A Lomo Safari - Home of the Big Five: Crocodile Gate to Malelane Gate

    A Lomo Safari - Home of the Big Five: Crocodile Gate to Malelane Gate
    Welcome to the home of the Big Five - Kruger National Park. One of Africa's largest game reserves, it borders 3 countries and is home to a wide variety of plants, birds, reptiles, and mammals.
  • Sagada, Philippines: A Patch of Heaven on Earth

    Sagada, Philippines: A Patch of Heaven on Earth
    Many foreigners and Filipinos alike are drawn to the beauty and mystic of this small town, amidst the mountains of Northern Philippines. With its temperate climate, magnificent caves and waterfalls, and rich culture, it is truly, a patch of heaven on earth.
  • Roma: Exploring the Beaten Path

    Roma: Exploring the Beaten Path
    Perhaps I am a bit snobby in my selection of place. Too snobby for my own good. I desire off-beaten paths in less visited stretches of the planet with few conveniences. Urban madness, smog and city life are too familiar for me. I've lived in cities and in towns.
  • Explore Little Tibet in Kathmandu, Nepal

    Explore Little Tibet in Kathmandu, Nepal
    From dawn 'til dusk, hundreds of monks as well as Nepalese and Tibetans of every age walk around a 40m high stupa called Boudha or Bodhnath. They pray their mantra by murmuring and twirling the prayer wheels over and over, seeking for accumulated wisdom and merit (good karma) as well as purified negativity (bad karma).
  • Subic: Tree Top Adventure

    Subic: Tree Top Adventure
    "A park where the beauty of an unspoiled forest presents itself as a perfect backdrop for your holiday activity." Get high on nature at Subic's Tree Top Adventure and experience all the adventure activities that they have on offer!
  • Souqs- Magic Labyrinth of Marrakech

    Souqs- Magic Labyrinth of Marrakech
    Souq means "market". They occupy quite a big part of the Medina (old town) and may be a bit problematic to navigate, even if you posses a good map. Street names are a rare thing to see in Marrakech in general, and here just forget it, you just go with the flow.
  • Varanasi, India - Between Life and Death at the Bathing Ghats

    Varanasi, India - Between Life and Death at the Bathing Ghats
    Sin and luck, death, birth and reincarnation - all combined in one of the most fascinating, oldest and holiest cities of India. Hindu pilgrims gather from all over the country to wash themselves free of all sin and guilt at the shores of the river Ganges. In addition to that, an old ritual attracts thousands of pilgrims: they seek to cremate their relatives at the burning ghats of the river.
  • Waterfall Trails - A Journey Through Pondoland

    Waterfall Trails - A Journey Through Pondoland
    One of South Africa's best-kept secrets is hidden along its eastern coast - the Transkei. It remains untouched and is rich in culture, people, and wilderness. With no cellphone signal, internet or electricity close by there's nothing else to do but explore our surroundings and create our own adventures.
  • Seattle Lomo Adventure Club January Meet ended over 3 years ago

    Seattle Lomo Adventure Club January Meet
    The Seattle Lomo Adventure Club is meeting once again for more fun and frolics. Come join us at the Artfest Annex down in the heart of Seattle, in Pioneer Square. Every month we have grown, and each meet seems to be better than the last. I'm sure that the January meet will be even bigger and better than before. Come celebrate 2011 with this growing group of analogue film fanatics
  • Carpathian Mountains

    Carpathian Mountains
    Let me take you back to the eighteenth century with the Dovbush group and the fight for freedom of the beloved motherland, Hutzulshchyna. Aside from its rich history, the Carpathian Mountains is also a great beauty and an interesting site to go hiking and take photos.
  • LomoPeople: Salute to the Nug

    LomoPeople: Salute to the Nug
    If you need someone to be all things in all photographic situations, call the nug. He travels, he poses, he hangs out in dark rooms perfectly still, and sometimes he wears a mask. Oh did I mention he's not afraid make sexy suggestions?
  • Seattle Lomo Adventure Club December Meet ended over 3 years ago

    Seattle Lomo Adventure Club December Meet
    The Seattle Lomo Adventure Club is meeting once again for more fun and frolics. Come join us at the Artfest Annex down in the heart of Pioneer Square. The November meet was a huge success with lots of new faces. The December meet is sure to be even better!
  • Ensenada, Guerrero Negro and Mulegé - Holiday trip with Handicaps

    Ensenada, Guerrero Negro and Mulegé - Holiday trip with Handicaps
    In 2008 we decided to celebrate the New Year's Eve in Mulegé - a small town in Mexico, located on the Gulf of California. Some friends told us there are wonderful beaches and not too many tourists. Well, as we were located in Ensenada, Baja California, the trip down to Mulegè should take two days. It took us four.
  • Travel Diary – Zinguinchor – First stop of our Senegal adventure

    Travel Diary – Zinguinchor – First stop of our Senegal adventure
    Once you visit Africa you know you have to go back there again. Such a huge continent must be visited more than once to have an idea of all the traditions, tribes, wildlife…Maybe it’s because of the wildlife, or the landscapes or the ancestral traditions but I fell in love last year, and this love is forever. Welcome to the start of my adventure in Senegal.
  • Riding the Chicago

    Riding the Chicago
    One of the things I miss most about Chicago is the awesome public transportation, and the "L" can really get you anywhere you need to go. It is the equivalent to a subway system, except it is above ground for most of the tracks. It's the best way to go on an adventure, and also the best way to get lost! This is a good thing.
  • Conquering Mutianyu, The Great Wall

    Conquering Mutianyu, The Great Wall
    I decided to end my summer trip in Beijing with a BANG! True enough, IT WAS! My friend and I decided to go to Mutianyu where the watchtowers and passes were built on the steep mountains (and what a climb it was!). Hiring a private taxi indeed was the best transport to take since it only took us a little over an hour. And it’s cheap! It’s a fast and easy way to get to the Great Wall if you want to spend a lot of time trekking the only man-made structure visible from space!