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  • Peggys Cove

    Peggys Cove
    Peggys Cove is one of the busiest tourist attractions in Nova Scotia and is a prime attraction on the Lighthouse Trail scenic drive. The community's famous lighthouse marks the eastern entrance of St. Margarets Bay and is officially known as the Peggys Point Lighthouse. This lighthouse is one of the most-photographed structures in Atlantic Canada and one of the most recognizable lighthouses in the world.
  • Merlion Park in Black and White

    Merlion Park in Black and White
    Singapore's Merlion Park is located next to One Fullerton in the Marina Bay area. It is a popular tourist attraction as the Merlion is an icon of Singapore. Let's see how the park looks like in black and white!
  • The Lubitel in Hiller Torfmoor

    The Lubitel in Hiller Torfmoor
    With the help of my Lubitel, I have discovered the sprawling nature of the Hiller Torfmoor (peat bog).
  • Street Snacks of Mongkok

    Street Snacks of Mongkok
    Mongkok is Hong Kong's famous tourist attraction, its unique streets and bustling crowd makes this busy location a microcosm of Hong Kong culture. This time round, I want to introduce the many delicious street snacks found here instead of the shopping malls and boutiques.
  • Lost Places - House of Pain

    Lost Places - House of Pain
    In search of abandoned buildings for a Lomo session, I came across the Schöning Villa in nearby Vlotho. During my research on this mansion I have, in addition to the history of the villa, also came across another name - "House of Pain". On a sunny Sunday, Evalina and I made ​​our way to explore the "horror" villa.
  • 250 Years of Toys!

    250 Years of Toys!
    Hamleys of London is located on Regent Street just down the road from Oxford St station, quite close to the Soho district and the London Lomography store. This year it celebrated it's 250th year of operation and I was there at one of the busiest times of the year, Christmas.
  • Tang Dynasty City, Singapore

    Tang Dynasty City, Singapore
    The $100-million theme park which spans the size of 18 football fields was one of the grandest attractions in Singapore in its heydays. It was modeled after the Tang Dynasty capital in Chang-An.
  • Singapore Flyer, Singapore

    Singapore Flyer, Singapore
    Standing at stunning 165m, the Flyer is the height of a 42-storey building – that’s some 30 metres taller than the famed London Eye. Singapore Flyer offers a breathtaking panorama of the shimmering Marina Bay waterfront and historical landmarks dotting the city skyline.
  • Wall Drug, South Dakota - Summer Road Trip 2009 - Lomostop #7

    Wall Drug, South Dakota - Summer Road Trip 2009 - Lomostop #7
    By now you know my story: July 2009, 8000 km road trip, 3 generations, 1 van. Crazy? Yes. Lomographically limited? In no way whatsoever! I took along 10 cameras and 40 rolls of film. We passed through 10 American states and 3 Canadian provinces, and we took a moment to sample the Free Ice Water at the Wall Drug Store...
  • The Cathedral of Junk

    The Cathedral of Junk
    Forget landfills, donate your trash (and cameras) to this three story behemoth of a structure made entirely out of junk, hidden away in near secret in suburban Austin, Texas!
  • Summary of Earth: Biosphere2

    Summary of Earth: Biosphere2
    The Biosphere2, a technological wonder and one of the world's wildest tourist attractions, happens to also be in one of the strangest places for a 3.15 acre science facility: 40 minutes outside of Tucson, AZ.
  • Gsellmann's Weltmaschine (Gsellmann's world machine)

    Gsellmann's Weltmaschine (Gsellmann's world machine)
    When you go on a holiday to Styria, a wonderful province of Austria with a breathtaking landscape, you will maybe hear of Gsellmann’s Weltmaschine. Franz Gsellmann who created this strange machine without any practical use was a farmer in Edelsbach near Feldbach in the middle of the Eastern Styrian Vulkanland.