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  • Fernwood Gardens: Wedding Paradise in the City

    Fernwood Gardens: Wedding Paradise in the City
    If you are in the Philippines, February is probably the best month to schedule your wedding. Two months before the hot and humid summer and half a year away from the typhoon season, it has the right weather to get hitched, walk down the aisle and exchange vows with your loved one. But for an all-season wedding and reception venue there is always Fernwood Gardens.
  • Meeting a Grave in Slovenia

    Meeting a Grave in Slovenia
    Here's a story about an unexpected encounter with an open grave in the woods nearby Maribor in Slovenia. I didn't have a camera with me, so I bought the next day a Fujifilm QuickSnap Flash Disposable 35mm Camera and made these pictures.
  • St. Paul University, Manila

    St. Paul University, Manila
    Lately, I haven’t had time to go out and shoot. And if you check my lomohome, you’ll see pretty much the same thing: my workplace, St. Paul University, Manila. It is a good thing that I have this article to show it off.
  • Cornwall’s Forgotten Corner Part 2:Rame Head

    Cornwall’s Forgotten Corner Part 2:Rame Head
    Panoramic views of the South West coastline, an ancient chapel dating back to the 12th century, freely roaming ponies and deer, and a Coast Watch station...this small peninsular of Rame Head in Cornwall fits a lot into a small space.
  • Love U U Chapel & Huts

    Love U U Chapel & Huts
    The Love U U Chapel and Huts in Lang Tengah Island is made famous by the Chinese movie "Love U U - 夏日樂悠悠".
  • Lake View Cemetery

    Lake View Cemetery
    I've been living in Cleveland far too long to not go see Lake View Cemetery. President Garfield, John D. Rockefeller, Harvey Pekar, and the namesake of practically every building in town are buried there. It's a beautiful fall walk through the woods.
  • Johannisfriedhof Nuremberg

    Johannisfriedhof Nuremberg
    One of the oldest cemeteries in Nuremberg. The Johannisfriedhof was founded round about the 10th/11th century. In that time the small village of Johannis wasn´t part of the city of Nuremberg...
  • Senhora do Monte - Lisboa, Portugal

    Senhora do Monte - Lisboa, Portugal
    Senhora da Monte is a sightseeing point in Lisbon, near the old city center and it gives its visitors an amazing and unforgettable overview of the city. It is sure well worth the visit so come on down the next time you're in Portugal!
  • Winter Getaway

    Winter Getaway
    Known as the capital of Alentejo or the Museum City, Évora is like a fable where history is discovered on every corner. From the Celts, to the Roman Empire, through the Moors we can find remains left behind in this magical scenario.
  • Cabo Espichel (Sesimbra, Portugal)

    Cabo Espichel (Sesimbra, Portugal)
    Cabo Espichel is a cape near Sesimbra with breathtaking views of its cliffs and a sanctuary with an unique story. Besides that there are Jurassic dinosaur trackways, a lighthouse and some abandoned facilities.
  • Our Lady of Graces, in Utelle (Vésubie Valley), France

    Our Lady of Graces, in Utelle (Vésubie Valley), France
    Not far from Nice, perched at an altitude of 1175 metres, visit the sanctuary of Our Lady of Graces.
  • Capela dos Ossos (Chapel of Bones)

    Capela dos Ossos (Chapel of Bones)
    Capela dos Ossos (Chapel of Bones) is located in Portugal, inside the walls of Évora city near the Church of St Francis. It is a small chapel with only 19x11meters built in the 16TH Century but it is a totally different chapel due to the fact that it is made of bones and skulls from 5000 skeletons held by cement!!!
  • Chijmes

    Chijmes
    Careful restoration work has preserved much of the original structure of the convent and the chapel. After almost five and a half years of conservation and construction work, what was once the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus and the seat of education for generations of Singapore girls, has been converted into a plaza of theme retail and food and beverage outlets interspersed with ample outdoor spaces and courtyards, cloistered walls and long, covered walkways. This haven in the city hub of Singapore, now known as CHIJMES, is a S$100 million project unmatched for its location and unique ambiance.
  • Ecoivres and the Old Church

    Ecoivres and the Old Church
    If you like green hills, walks and old stones, this location is for you!
  • Luce Memorial Chapel

    Luce Memorial Chapel
    When you ever come to Taichung, which is Taiwan´s third biggest city, don´t forget to pay a visit to the Tunghai University Campus and check out the world famous Luce Memorial Chapel.
  • Caleruega

    Caleruega
    I cannot express enough how much I love this place. I just can’t. Magnificent and Moving.
  • L'Armano (Grugliasco)

    L'Armano (Grugliasco)
    L'Armano is a big old villa from the 17th century, something like 200 meters away from my apartment in Grugliasco... It's a huge farm, including a 2 storey house and a chapel, surrounded by a big garden.
  • Christ's Resurrection Church

    Christ's Resurrection Church
    Christ's Resurrection Church is a monumental Roman Catholic church in Kaunas, Lithuania which was consecrated three years ago and finally completed in 2005. This church stands atop Kauno Žaliakalnis (English: Kaunas's Green Hill) and has two towers: one is about 70 meters high and another arises from the main altar. Inside of the church there is an elevator which permits access to the church's roof (about 2 euros for one person), but you can take a cheaper way - stairs (less than 1 euro for one person). By the way, inside of cellarage house you can find a parish museum. During community events this church can accommodate more than 5000 people. Best time to access the church's roof is sunset or sundown or when someone is getting married. Of course don't forget to bring presents for the newlyweds!
  • Exeter College Chapel

    Exeter College Chapel
    Although Oxford is packed full of (probably) lovely college chapels, the best one is definitely Exeter College's (although I am perhaps biased since it's my college and all, but that doesn't matter, it's definitely worth a visit). It might not be St. Peter's or the Sistine Chapel or anything, but one thing it certainly has over them is how quiet it is - it's a hidden gem of Oxford, in a college that most tourists seem (stupidly) to pass by, so you'd be very unlucky to be stuck in the middle of a big tour group.