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  • NYC: On the Top of the Rock with My Diana Mini!

    NYC: On the Top of the Rock with My Diana Mini!
    Hunting in NYC is very inspiring. During one week, we went on a hunt for clothes, shoes, bags, good bakeries, wool, books, new interesting trends...we couldn't leave Manhattan without having seen a view, then, we went on the top of the Rockefeller Center because it is where you can have the best view of the Empire State, Central Park and all the different boroughs of NYC. The day was sunny, there was snow everywhere, and the light was delightful.
  • Lomography x ThirtySix: Cultures of Singapore LomoKino Movie Screening

    Lomography x ThirtySix: Cultures of Singapore LomoKino Movie Screening
    32 people, including 10 from Lomonesia (Indonesia), participated in a Lomokino Project of Singapore, organized by ThirtySix and supported by Lomography. They were split into several groups. Each group was given a Lomokino camera, 3 rolls of films, an iconic location in Singapore, and 3 different ‘Culture of Singapore’ themes. The objective was to showcase Singapore through the Lomokino camera for, not just of it’s interesting locations and places, but of the Singapore culture.
  • North West Loop, Vietnam

    North West Loop, Vietnam
    For an off-the-tourist path experience of Vietnam, all you need is a motorbike, a Vietnamese phrase book, a strong bottom, a map, and a vague idea of how to ride a bike.
  • Like a Movie Set: Milwaukee

    Like a Movie Set: Milwaukee
    A curious town that at the time of my exploration, felt like a movie set with barely any hustle and bustle. I felt like I was the star of the show just waiting for the extras to come out any minute. Hmmm… is this the Truman Show?
  • Paris Photo

    Paris Photo
    Paris Photo was arguably the most important photography event in the entire world. I have always been eager to go, so this year I decide to visit the photography festival which took place in the Grand Palais.
  • Petaling Street, Malaysia

    Petaling Street, Malaysia
    Petaling Street is the Chinatown of Malaysia. It is not only a place to get deals on a variety of items but it is also the main tourist attraction of Kuala Lumpur.
  • An Unplanned Trip to Batam Island for a Quick Getaway

    An Unplanned Trip to Batam Island for a Quick Getaway
    The island of Batam seems to be synonymous with Singaporeans. Boasting of great food, friendly people, and somewhat reasonable shopping deals, this is an ideal place to unwind after a week’s worth of hectic work.
  • Art and Culture in the Streets of Rio

    Art and Culture in the Streets of Rio
    People say art can be everywhere...and in fact, it is!
  • LomoAmigos: Swiss Lips

    LomoAmigos: Swiss Lips
    Not heard of the Swiss Lips? Well, fear not because this 5 piece electro-pop band who hail from Manchester UK have just signed a whopping 4 album deal with the Epic Sony label. If you can't help tapping your feet to the likes of Cut Copy, MGMT and M83, then you are in for an electro-treat with Swiss Lips. If you're still not convinced, you can see them play LIVE on Friday 23rd at the Lomography Gallery Store Manchester for FREE, and you can see how they got on when we gave them an LCA+ and made them our LomoAmigos! Read on for details.
  • Chinatown Honolulu

    Chinatown Honolulu
    Chinatown Honolulu is a bustling district in Oahu filled with bright colors, many languages, rich, poor, and very odoriferous.
  • Inner City Jeppe

    Inner City Jeppe
    Jeppe is a bustling neighbourhood. The streets are filled with music, goods, and people from all walks of life and from all over Africa.
  • Arts on Main Night Festivities

    Arts on Main Night Festivities
    A rejuvenated area in Industrial East Johannesburg holds a hidden gem between Fox and Main Street called Main Street Life. Due to our lovely current weather, they decided to have a day into night market festival.
  • LOUVRE and the Amazing Translucent Pyramids

    LOUVRE and the Amazing Translucent Pyramids
    The Louvre and its surroundings are amazing places for photographers (especially, lomographers) to stroll for a few hours. A mixture of a photogenic place and a delightful cultural experience will be at your feet to be explored.
  • HMCS Haida: The

    HMCS Haida: The
    I had about 3 hours to kill in Hamilton on a sunny afternoon. I was trying to follow the coastline of Lake Ontario, eager to find something interesting when the site of a huge battleship caught me a little off guard.
  • The Adventures of the Polaroid Kidd

    The Adventures of the Polaroid Kidd
    Armed with a Polaroid SX-70, Mike Brodie otherwise known as the ‘Polaroid Kidd’, travelled for 3 years to capture the lives of vagabonds, hobos and squatters. See his raw images after the jump.
  • City Libraries: “Ioan N. Roman” Public Library Constanta

    City Libraries: “Ioan N. Roman” Public Library Constanta
    “Ioan N. Roman” Public Library is the biggest of its kind in Constanta County. It was officially founded on the 19th of July 1931 and by 1942, it already housed about 20,000 volumes. In 2008, the Public Library had about 504,000 books and a substantial collection of audio/video documents, electronic documents, manuscripts, microfilms, and iconography.
  • The Ruins of Bacolod City

    The Ruins of Bacolod City
    The famous ruins is a must-visit whenever you go to Bacolod, Negros Occidental, Philippines. It showcases what is left of the Don Mariano Ledesma Lacson Ancestral Home, a rich sugar baron. The mansion was the largest residential structure ever built there. Sometimes considered as the city's Taj Mahal because it was said to be built for his beloved wife, Maria Braga, a Portuguese from Macau whom he met during one of his vacations in Hong Kong.
  • Finding Treasures in the Most Mundane Places

    Finding Treasures in the Most Mundane Places
    “Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever... it remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.” -- Aaron Siskind
  • The Street Is a Living Museum

    The Street Is a Living Museum
    Come to think of it, the street is a living museum that teaches us many things about our past, present and future.
  • Art and culture: The Roman Mosaic

    Art and culture: The Roman Mosaic
    The Roman Mosaic is one of the coolest museums in Constanta. It’s not too big so you won’t get bored and you’ll have more time to focus on the details. Whenever I visit the Roman Mosaic, I always take my time to look at all the different artifacts. It is a unique and inspiring experience as I have the opportunity to see one of the most ancient art forms and discover how time has influenced it.