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  • Dragons Backbone Rice Terraces (Longji)

    Dragons Backbone Rice Terraces (Longji)
    Because I can’t really find my Lonely Planet of China I have to recall how I have traveled, taking my diary and doing the most awkward thing: remembering! When I was in Guilin I ended up in a hostel and kind of got attached to a Frenchman. The fellow had contact to a Chinese tourist-lady and asked me, if I wanted to come on a trip to some legendary rice terraces.
  • Labyrinthus (Merville)

    Labyrinthus (Merville)
    Last summer I got lost: officially. And it was the whole idea behind it. There is a massive labyrinth in the french alsace area, to find it is easy to find back is much harder. So we took our sun-umbrella, because you never really know, when you will find the next source of water, while you are lost. It is consisting of high grown huge corn and it is so big that you need hours to find your way through.
  • Wedding Hill (Utena)

    Wedding Hill (Utena)
    There is a tradition after the wedding ceremony to go on the small hill located near the Utena city. This hill is called “wedding hill”. It is located only one kilometer to the north from Utena by the Utena weir. In the late 90's some artist made wooden statues imitating traditional Lithuanian wedding ceremony. Statues are located around little park. Traditionally bridegroom carries bride over the bridge which is in front of the hill. This place is interesting, you can see newlyweds there, not only statues, hill, or the lake.
  • Acadia (Bar Harbor)

    Acadia (Bar Harbor)
    This might seem to be very far out of the way to go, which it is. Acadia National Park is a sight to be seen, you can either hike up on the paths or take the drive up. It's one of those few places in Maine that is actually worth going to.
  • Dago Resort

    Dago Resort
    When I first came up here I was so surprised because this place is like a desert, only that there are beautiful hills around it. So the reason I went here was because my friend asked me to take pictures of him and his dearly old Vespa. Then we did some LomoSession using my Horizon Perfekt and SNAP! I just loved the view - it suits the panorama dream image that can be obtained using a Horizon Perfekt. I think this place is so perfect to be used as a movie location.
  • Pai & Pang Aung

    Pai & Pang Aung
    Pai & Pang Aung located in Mae Hong Sorn province, north of Thailand. Pai is a very very small town, with a view of lots of moutain around. It is the place where you can relax, enjoy beautiful views & cool weather (in winter from November to February), recharge your energy or even for a nice honeymoon trip.......
  • Alnis Lake and Hydrographic Reserve

    Alnis Lake and Hydrographic Reserve
    This interesting and beautiful place is located in the Aukštaitija regional park in the eastern Lithuania. Aukštaitija regional park is well known because of lovely forests and thousands lakes and rivers. The Alnis Lake is deep in the forest surrounded only by trees and nothing more. There is only breathtaking beauty of nature. You can climb on the top of the hill and to see clear like a glass water of this lake. This place is like paradise. There are few camping places where you can stay after pay some euros (I don’t remember the cost).
  • Bambouseraie de Prafrance

    Bambouseraie de Prafrance
    Bambouseraie of Prafrance is a very beautiful park, in the south of France, is located 11km south-east of Alès and 2km north of Anduze. A large park with an area of 34 hectares, as its name suggests it is mainly bamboo of planted ,with all sort of bamboo, but there is a lot of different vegetables like pubescens trees ,Ginkgo Biloba (a fantastic tree), a bonsaî garden, a Japanese garden, a Lao Village, a Bamboo labyrinth etc...
  • Hang Gliding at the Büchelstein (Straubing)

    Hang Gliding at the Büchelstein (Straubing)
    I spent a day in the Bavarian forest, near of Straubing and we went to the "Büchelstein", a mountain where the hang gliders like to jump and fly like birds. The place is very impressive because of the huge view you can have all over the Bavarian landscape.
  • Vratna Free Time Zone

    Vratna Free Time Zone
    Vratna the name that left a huge impact in my memory bank and in my Lomography archive. It is a small place, even not a village – just a cable-car station with some cafes, a restaurant and a huge parking lot for your car. But if you're wise enough, you'll come there by bus...
  • The Cherry Blossom Festival (Washington D.C.)

    The Cherry Blossom Festival (Washington D.C.)
    The National Cherry Blossom Festival is a two week event in the spring that celebrates the gift of Japanese Cherry Trees to the United States. The Cherry Blossoms are planted in an area that stretches from the Washington Monument, to the Jefferson Memorial, and to the Tidal Basin. There’s even a small stone Japanese Pagoda at the Tidal Basin.
  • Vlkolínec (UNESCO Village)

    Vlkolínec (UNESCO Village)
    Let's be straight forward - you are going to hear about a unique place, that is in the center of Europe, and you have maybe even never heard about it.
  • Botanical Gardens & Conservatory of Flowers

    Botanical Gardens & Conservatory of Flowers
    Golden Gate Park's outdoor Botanical Gardens and the indoor Conservatory of Flowers are two amazing places to visit that you can't believe are in the middle of an urban city. There are incredible plants from all over the world.
  • La coulée verte des Amidonniers

    La coulée verte des Amidonniers
    La coulée verte is a sort of path parallel to the “rue des Amidonniers” where I lived in Toulouse. As I saw on obsolete plans of the town, there was a brook there. It has been converted into a lovely walk with trees, grass, benches, playground, and so on. Many children play there on Wednesday afternoon while parents are chatting.
  • Chincoteague & Assateague

    Chincoteague & Assateague
    A really unique national park. These barrier islands off the coast of Virginia are preserves with an amazing amount of diversity. Many migratory birds, horseshoe crabs, turtles, large squirrels(!) and threatened/endangered species make their home here.
  • La Mesa Ecopark (Quezon City)

    La Mesa Ecopark (Quezon City)
    If the grassy lawns of Luneta or Paco fall short, urbanize tree huggers can scoot to the northern borders of La Mesa Ecopark for the much-needed therapy of nature-bonding. An excellent place for family picnics and school field trips, this resuscitated parkland delivered by from the destruction of rampant illegal logging and poaching in East Fairview, Quezon City welcomes flocks of city folk seeking respite and leisure in Manila's last standing forest, especially during long weekends and holidays.
  • University Putra Malaysia Orchard

    University Putra Malaysia Orchard
    University Putra Malaysia or known as UPM has continued to develop and has become one of the distinguished universities in the region. Situated 15 kilometers from Putrajaya, this place is very special because UPM has built an Agricultural Park. Farms, vegetable plants, fruit trees and even wild animals can be found there...
  • Pembrokeshire Coast National Park (Wales)

    Pembrokeshire Coast National Park (Wales)
    All along the Welsh coast there are massive sandy beaches with amazing land features like gigantic rocky out crops and big old rock pools. I went there for a few days and never put my cameras down! Every time i walked anywhere i would find interesting images......
  • Maria Cristina Falls (Iligan City)

    Maria Cristina Falls (Iligan City)
    Maria Cristina falls is the crowning glory of the country's City of Majestic Waterfalls - Iligan City. It is sometimes called as the "twin falls" as the flow is separated by a rock at the brink of the waterfalls. I was lucky to be able to shoot the falls with it's water at full force.....
  • Ginučiai village

    Ginučiai village
    This is the place, which can be called the best possible place to rest. The village Ginučiai is very small, maybe about 20-30 houses, but still this is one of the most popular places between the people who seek calm and relaxing place for their holidays. The village is situated in the national park of Aukstaitija (one of the districts in Lithuania), that is why there are a lot of lakes near it, rivers, hills (where there were castles long time ago).