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  • A Peek into the Past Through Restored Automobiles

    A Peek into the Past Through Restored Automobiles
    Is it wrong to take a trip down memory lane to an era that you don’t actually have memories of because you weren’t alive back then? Why is it that vintage cars pull at my heart strings with a certain nostalgia? On a recent trip through Revelstoke, British Columbia, I was thrilled to encounter a vintage car show.
  • Love at First Lomo: My First Love, Holga 135 BC

    Love at First Lomo: My First Love, Holga 135 BC
    Meet the one which brought me into Lomography, the one who caught my eye: it's the forever loving Holga 135 BC! Read our Love at First Lomo story after the jump.
  • Holga 135 BC: The LomoFriend That Won't Let You Down!

    Holga 135 BC: The LomoFriend That Won't Let You Down!
    Vignette lovers unite! It's made of 100% plastic (body and lens), it supports 35 mm film, it's compact and produces the most drastic vignettes in the LomoWorld! This camera can be your love at first sight if old-school lomo look is what you're going for.
  • Winter in Vancouver

    Winter in Vancouver
    The City of Vancouver just recently experienced its biggest Winter snowfall since 1967. Traditionally Vancouver does not get a lot of snow or any at all but this year 2ft of snow fell in the city itself, it made for hazardous traveling conditions with the airport delays, train cancellations, buses not running, cars being stranded everywhere. The City itself was unprepared.
  • Nelson, B.C.

    Nelson, B.C.
    Nelson (population: 9,258) is one Canada's finest heritage cities, with over 350 Victorian-style buildings. This acclaimed, small-town arts community delights visitors with its rich history, creative energy and mild climate. Nearby Kootenay Lake is the largest inland lake in BC. Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park is renowned for its old-growth forests and glorious wildlife in the Selkirk Mountains. In winter, the area's diverse terrain makes for great skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling and snowshoeing.