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  • Restaurant Review: Cordon's Smokehouse and Grill in La Crescenta, California

    Restaurant Review: Cordon's Smokehouse and Grill in La Crescenta, California
    Here is a Lomolocation and review of an excellent, new, Mediterranean style barbecue restaurant in Cordon's Market in La Crescenta, near Los Angeles, California. Also, in the same market, is a Mexican and Salvadorean take out counter, also excellent.
  • Summer Hot Spots: Malta

    Summer Hot Spots: Malta
    Let’s go to an island, but not just any random island: in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, there’s a cool archipelago, the autonomous state of Malta!
  • Lomography Day Trips: The French Riviera

    Lomography Day Trips: The French Riviera
    In line with this week’s opening of the world-famous Cannes Film Festival in the scenic city Cannes in the Southern end of France, this edition of Lomography Day Trips revolves around one of the most laid-back yet elegant (and not to mention, gorgeous) spots in the world: the French Riviera!
  • 12 Analogue Questions with Irwin Barbé

    12 Analogue Questions with Irwin Barbé
    Meet young and upcoming French filmmaker Irwin Barbé as we serve him a dozen questions about analogue photography. Known for "being young and living at night," he shares his latest series of photographs that, while shot in the company of sun, reflect his inclination towards somber, cinematic details.
  • Mistra Bay

    Mistra Bay
    Webo29 explains how he spent many a happy childhood day at Mistra. Today, many years later, he returns with more facial hair and his Lomo Fisheye 2.
  • The Costa Brava: Llançà

    The Costa Brava: Llançà
    Costa Brava is an apt name for this stretch of rugged coastline where the Pyrenees sank into the waters of the Mediterranean. Put on your best boots, load your camera, and let's have a wander. Who knows what we'll find.
  • Looking out from the World's Edge

    Looking out from the World's Edge
    Taking you off the usual tourist track and onto the edge of a cliff where the views are breathtaking and you can never tire out of looking into the blue. Let me share with you guys the analogue photographs that I took from a trip to the breathtaking Dingli cliffs.
  • Tabarka: The Diving Water Paradise!

    Tabarka: The Diving Water Paradise!
    The beautiful town of Tabarka in northern Tunisia is one of the most spectacular diving areas in the Mediterranean sea. Its coral reef just of the coast is still under explored and you feel like Cousteau discovering the paradise for the first time!!
  • Tipaza

    Tipaza
    Tipaza (or Tipasa) is one of the highlights of any trip to Algeria. Most travelers head straightaway south, to the Sahara, but Northern Algeria has loads to offer and Tipaza is an absolute must. Au printemps, Tipasa est habitée par les dieux et les dieux parlent dans le soleil et l'odeur des absinthes... (Albert Camus - Noces à Tipasa)
  • Korbous: The Hot Water Paradise!

    Korbous: The Hot Water Paradise!
    If your deal is hot water springs water falling into the sea and hundreds of people, Korbous is for you!!
  • Cap de Creus: A Natural Park in the Easternmost Part of Spain

    Cap de Creus: A Natural Park in the Easternmost Part of Spain
    Cap de Creus, which in Catalan means Cape of Crosses, is a peninsula in the North-East of Spain. It represents the last part of the Pyrenees, meeting the Mediterranean Sea. It is a rocky and dry region, but it offers precious landscapes and delightful little beaches.
  • Fortress of Kaitbay

    Fortress of Kaitbay
    Another place to visit in Alexandria, it was our 2 days tour only but there are so much photos to share. So this is the Fortress of Kaitbay. The Fortress of Kaitbay is one of Alexandria most famous ancient lighthouse that was built in 279B.C. The term lighthouse has the meaning itself, but we do not see any lighthouse when we get there. The reason is easy and simple, it was already destroyed by a disaster that happened long time ago.