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  • Donkey Sanctuary

    Donkey Sanctuary
    The Sanctuary was established in 1987 to provide a safe, permanent home for any donkey in distress or otherwise in need of care and attention. I just love this place, apart from a lot of sad looking donkeys in some fields there's not much else to see, but the donkeys are so lovely and friendly - even though they look melancholic and depressed - and they just love to have their ears and backs scratched. They make this extraordinary "Hee-Haw" noise that guarantees to bring a smile on your face. When the donkeys are hungry they will try to eat anything, Lomo cameras included, if only they could reach them.
  • San Diego Harbor

    San Diego Harbor
    Visit the place anytime you're in San Diego, especially when the sun is shining or is just about to set. You`ll see the beautiful ocean, a bridge, boats/ships/ferries, many different birds, many different trees, fountains, a lot of public art, shops and stands, restaurants, and people. Don't let the tourists frighten you because there are so many different things you'll find to take pictures of. The Coronado Bridge is a tourist attraction but what is so great about San Diego's harbor is that you can find yourself in distinct places if you keep walking in any direction. There's the quaint Seaport Village where you'll find interesting novel shops and overpriced cookies. Just a few blocks away is San Diego's own downtown and the Gaslamp Quarter where you can go clubbing or get piss drunk later in the night, but don't walk too far into downtown because you might find yourself being bummed for a change. If you keep walking westwards along the port you will pass by a nice array of docked boats and yachts. As you walk on the delightful path between rows of trees, you might come upon a huge navy boat or cruise ship. Beyond the ships are the neat Urban Tree sculptures. There are 30 of them placed all along the bay front, waiting to be photographed. And if you're too tired to walk back to where you started, there's always people on taxi-bikes willing to give you ride back if you pay them a decent amount of money. Go lomo.
  • Canet Plage (Perpignan)

    Canet Plage (Perpignan)
    Canet Plage is often mild, soft, glorious and quiet. Best time to go is between January through to May.
  • North Wildwood

    North Wildwood
    I've been traveling to Wildwood since I was born and haven't yet missed a year, and neither has my camera. Not one picture of the beach is ever the same. And the boardwalk is as ever changing. A mix of nature and commercialism at its best. Where else can you stay in a neon yellow hotel, and not think anything of it?
  • Garden Vimy

    Garden Vimy
    h2. My garden, Vimy, France
  • Countryside

    Countryside
    h2. Countryside, Vimy, France
  • Alberner Hafen

    Alberner Hafen
    Alberner Hafen is located at the river Danube, at the south-east border of Vienna. This small port of trans-shipment was built around 1940 to ship crop from Eastern Europe. Somehow the plans didn't work out and the port remained non significant....
  • Camp in Mountains (New Caledonia)

    Camp in Mountains (New Caledonia)
    TVR is a camp in the mountains of NC. Everything is so clear up there, your thoughts, your beliefs, the water, the air, the people. Everyone and everything knows why they're there. Its lovely. The sun is always positioned in a way where you can always see it. Light shines on everything.
  • Palms at Indian Head Hotel

    Palms at Indian Head Hotel
    You are in the dry Californian desert. Nothing else surrounds you than dusty hills, sandy rocks and a lonesome landscape. Some colorful wildflowers interrupt the barren countryside dominated by cacti and the famous palm trees stick out of the wide land. Nothing to hear apart some scattered coyotes but the never ending sound of silence.
  • Amsterdam

    Amsterdam
    One of my favorite places in Amsterdam is Amsterdam itself. It has so much diversity, you can't imagine. Every day there is a new face to this city, revealing it's true nature to the eye of the beholder...
  • Rusnė Island

    Rusnė Island
    Halo and welcome to Lithuania, the place where you can still find beautiful nature without the "private territory" sign near it (do not know for how long...). This time I am glad to represent the biggest island of Lithuania, which is situated in the mainland. It is not the island which you can find on the map so easily, as it is not in the ocean or even in the sea.
  • City Park

    City Park
    "Parque da Cidade" or City Park, it's a park located in the Boavista area
  • Kent Falls

    Kent Falls
    Kent Falls is way on up in the corner of New England, basically there are a bunch of waterfalls there but also some picnicky fun. It originally was all set up for people when the new deal sent teenagers under the CCC program to fix it all up in the 30s. It kind of means a bunch to my family because my grandfather was in the CCC and my other grandfather went to the falls growing up, last time I went, I went with grandma and grandpa as well as my parents and nieces.
  • Desert Sunset of USJ3A

    Desert Sunset of USJ3A
    There was one day when I was on my way to pick my girlfriend up from work around evening time 6 p.m., but I was too early for that. So, I drove myself nearby the area by heading to random direction, where I turned as I saw a corner; and I turned as I saw a junction. Then finally decided to check out a quite new housing area nearby there as well.
  • Beach of Altafulla

    Beach of Altafulla
    When I went to Barcelona this summer, I made a little excursion south, in the direction Tarragona, to visit some friends living in Altafulla, small town on the Costa Daurada. It's about 100 km south from Barcelona and easy to go there with the coastal highway. You'll go out at the exit "Torredembarra/Altafulla", then follow the signs to Altafulla. In the city, follow the direction of the "roman ruins" and after "Playa de Altafulla". It's a great and wide sand beach and the beautiful blue/turquoise color of the sea gives you immediately a big smile! :)
  • Blue Ridge Mountains

    Blue Ridge Mountains
    Right before school had resumed, my father and I took a trip to the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina. We went hiking every day in the mountains. These pictures are from when we reached the summit of Sugar Mountain. It was a gorgeous day as we ate wild blueberries and braced ourselves from the fierce winds against the sharp boulders.
  • Calanches of Piana

    Calanches of Piana
    On the west coast of Corsica, between Porto and Piana, a narrow and tortuous road hangs on the edge of magnificent walls of red granite which fall straight into the sea... the famous - Calanches of Piana. Ripped and engraved by the erosion, they give the impression of a fantastic sculpture also by its specific colour - ochre. According to the legend Satan tried to seduce a shepherdess of the region, but not reaching where she was hiding, he became terribly angry. He sculptured a fantastic city. We can see it today by crossing or by going through creeks: the shepherdess and her husband, the dog, the bishop, and many other creatures...
  • Lanzarote

    Lanzarote
    Lanzarote is one of seven Canary Islands and it is situated north-east of the island group. The island is also one of 17 autonomous regions in the Atlantic Ocean. It is about 140 km away from Morocco and about 1000 km from the Spanish mainland. The climate is very mild all around the year, like everlasting spring. It is mild in winter and not too hot in summer because Lanzarote is situated in the Passat zone, which means that there are fresh winds from the North which make the high temperatures bearable. Lanzarote is a volcanic island that's why (what a surprise!) you can find some volcanoes on it. To see them visit the Timanfaya National Park where you can see the Montanas del Fuego. It is very impressive to drive through the black fields of lava (only possible with a bus tour). All over the island you can find artworks of Cesar Manrique, the islands figurehead artist. To get some impressions of Manrique's sense of art you can visit his very exceptionally designed house where you can see artworks of Manrique and other artists.
  • Gulugod Baboy

    Gulugod Baboy
    Gulugod Baboy (translates to Pig Spine) is a local term for the mountain located in Anilao, Batangas. Locals said that it is called this way because of its contour shape. I already climbed this mountain 3 times with different sets of people. Every climb offers a different experience. It is a relatively easy climb taking just almost 2 hours to reach its peak. The view from the top is great - you have a 360 degree view of Anilao, Batangas Pier, Maricaban Island and other mountains.
  • Lake Caliraya

    Lake Caliraya
    Lake Caliraya is a man-made lake situated in the towns of Lumban, Cavinti, and Kalayaan in Laguna province, Philippines. It is approximately 1,200 feet above sea level. The climate in the area is considerably cool throughout the year. The lake was created by the Americans circa 1930s to generate hydroelectric power.