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  • Walking Around Manchester

    Walking Around Manchester
    Manchester is known for hosting one of the largest industrial areas in the world, for its love of football with two teams in the Premiership and the importance of the New Wave music scene in the 80s.
  • Way of St. James: A Magical Journey

    Way of St. James: A Magical Journey
    We walked for 33 days from St. Jean Pied du Port to Santiago - exactly 796km in our footsteps. When I was preparing for this trip, I thought that it would be a nice change of pace, but what we found out later on was actually more than what we expected.
  • Of Wanderlust and Film Cameras

    Of Wanderlust and Film Cameras
    Travel and photography are without a doubt inseparable, but film makes the trip more exciting!
  • Shutter Stories: The Coron Sojourn

    Shutter Stories: The Coron Sojourn
    Every photo has a story apart from what was caught on film. Here, I present some photos from my trip to Coron and tell the stories behind them.
  • Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan

    Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan
    Last December, I finally made a dream come true by getting to spend two weeks in Tokyo, Japan. Most of our day trips remained in that huge city, and this is the 2nd Lomo location in a series of me documenting every place I visited.
  • Fun in the Sun in Coron, Palawan!

    Fun in the Sun in Coron, Palawan!
    The Philippines is a country blessed with more than 7,000 islands -- and with these comes countless beaches, shorelines, and seascapes for frolicking under the sun. Narrow your choices down to the best of the best when it comes to sun, sea, and sand, and you will most likely see on the list the charming town of Coron in the province of Palawan.
  • Asakusabashi, Tokyo, Japan

    Asakusabashi, Tokyo, Japan
    Up until last winter, I was an international travel virgin. I had spent 23 years dreaming about the world outside the U.S., with Japan being the epitome of all the places I could possibly wish to go to. After some thoughtful planning, money-saving, and passionate dreaming, I made it happen!
  • Get in Touch with Nature, Analogue Style

    Get in Touch with Nature, Analogue Style
    Sudbury is known for their mining industry, leaving large rocks covered in black soot. However, they are also known for their beautiful scenery, especially during the autumn season.
  • Shanli Shanli - A Warming Station for Travelers

    Shanli Shanli - A Warming Station for Travelers
    The train is disappearing into the night, I walk along the trails beside the Shanli Train Station that lead me to this hostel. Gently, the door swings open and in front of me are pieces of furniture that remind me of a home. And I can smell that dinner is almost ready.
  • Edinburgh, My Home for Now

    Edinburgh, My Home for Now
    Edinburgh is the place I call home for the time being. It is a lovely student and travel location. It is a place that I have a love-and-hate relationship with as I associate it with both studying and entertainment.
  • It’s Not About The Destination, It’s About The Journey - The Gozo Ferry

    It’s Not About The Destination, It’s About The Journey - The Gozo Ferry
    Webo29 gives a cliche, realistic twist on a whirlwind tour of the ferry which takes you from Malta to Gozo.
  • Barcelona for the Weekend!

    Barcelona for the Weekend!
    Are you thinking about making a short visit to Barcelona? Here you can find out about my two-day trip! These were the sites that I chose to see in a 48-hour visit. It was worth it!
  • Sawasdee Hat Yai

    Sawasdee Hat Yai
    Hat Yai is the biggest city in southern Thailand and it has its own unique blend of cultures and traditions. It may not be the most beautiful city in Thailand but it can be a rewarding place to have a great time without spending too much money.
  • The Seaweed Farms of Jambiani

    The Seaweed Farms of Jambiani
    Bright violent sunlight streams from a nearly cloudless, blue sky striking the soft wet sands of the early morning Swahili Coast. Wooden dhows rest motionlessly atop of tiny pools waiting for the ocean's water to roll back in, waiting to bob and weave while in pursuit of fish with their fishermen friends again. Cloaked in vibrant khanga cloth, the women of the village move away from their jagged coral, shell, and concrete constructed abodes.
  • Exit 17 to Dinosaur World

    Exit 17 to Dinosaur World
    If big action Hollywood cinema featuring large terrestrial reptiles who roamed the Earth long before Lomographic cameras existed are your type of deal, then you've probably seen Jurassic Park more than a few times. Combine your love of dinosaurs with a trip down Florida's east-west corridor on Interstate-4 and you'll surely be excited to find Dinosaur World.
  • Blessings in Bataan

    Blessings in Bataan
    It was May 2009, I met up with a group of friends in our church lobby and set off to a weekend filled with blessings, love, and bonding with our brothers and sisters in Christ - and something else that we did not expect.
  • Street Photography 101

    Street Photography 101
    Some find it terrifying to go out and click on the street and some find it amusing to move among people. Some spend their time mingling with locals there and some get embarrassed by the attention they get out of clicking photos. Here is a small list which i thought would help people wanting to get into street photography and how to go about it.
  • Kathmandu, Nepal: Monkey Invasion at Swayambhunath

    Kathmandu, Nepal: Monkey Invasion at Swayambhunath
    Prior to your visit to the remarkable holy Buddhism stupa, located about 3km east of the main tourist area Thamel, you need to get past two barriers: first of all, the pronunciation of 'Swayambhunath' and second, the 365 stairs up to the main stupa on top of the hill. But it's worth the effort: hundreds of peaceful monkeys will accord a hearty welcome and a stunning view of the Kathmandu Valley with the surrounding mountains will provide your Lomo with breathtaking pictures.
  • It's Energy that Moves the World!

    It's Energy that Moves the World!
    How does a trip to Rio de Janeiro sound? Make this dream come true by joining our competition - get the chance to win an amazing trip with Lomography & Petrobras!
  • Cheonggyecheon Stream

    Cheonggyecheon Stream
    Cheonggyecheon is a 5.8km stream that stretches through downtown Seoul towards the Han River. Once an eyesore, it is now an oasis of cool tranquility when tourists and Seoulites need a respite from the hustle and bustle of city life.