Tag: kent

  • Coming Home: Lomography, the Savior?

    written by micky_s on 2013-03-15 in #lifestyle
    Coming Home: Lomography, the Savior?

    During the whole of 2012 I travelled. I spent the year exploring new places, discovering Lomography on the way. But, coming home was the hardest thing. Could analogue save the day?

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  • Gooood Morning Ehmahh, Our Latest UK Community Amigo

    written by littlemisslove on 2012-12-08 in #people #lomoamigos
    Gooood Morning Ehmahh, Our Latest UK Community Amigo

    Emma is a student by day, and works in a tattoo parlour by night. She lives in Dartford, Kent, and owns over 35 film cameras! Meet her and have a look at her brill shots here...

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  • Whitstable, Kent

    written by neja on 2010-07-15 in #world #locations
    Whitstable, Kent

    Whitstable is a hidden seaside gem of Kent, a county also called "England's gardens". Whitstable is my discovery of the year. It only 1 hour drive away from London (well, apart from some weekends when Blackwall tunnel is closed), or an hour and a half by train from Victoria station (£24 for any time day return ticket).

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  • Whitstable Oyster Festival

    written by neja on 2012-10-01 in #world #locations
    Whitstable Oyster Festival

    A great reason to visit Kent's seaside in case you haven't been there before. For a lot of people, it’s hard to imagine that there is the possibility of a beautiful seaside life in England. Well they are wrong, because there is such a thing!

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  • Margate Ghost Town

    written by beckyinlondon on 2011-01-25 in #world #locations
    Margate Ghost Town

    The old sea side town of Margate has lots to offer to Lomographers from the quirky old town, a miserable high street, and various empty shops and buildings. It's quite spooky but also equally interesting especially if you're on the lookout for a unique Lomo location.

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  • Bluewater, Greenhithe, Kent

    written by juliet1688 on 2011-06-21 in #world #locations
    Bluewater, Greenhithe, Kent

    Bluewater is the second largest shopping centre in the UK occupying 1,600,000 square feet of space, what a great reason to go and shop there, shop 'til you drop!

  • LomoPeople: Dan

    written by beckyinlondon on 2011-05-22 in #lifestyle
    LomoPeople: Dan

    Dan carries his Diana around his neck whilst I follow with a Fisheye 1 on my wrist.

  • Your Favorite Holiday Destinations: Maidstone

    written by erinwoodgatesphotography on 2012-12-18 in #world #locations
    Your Favorite Holiday Destinations: Maidstone

    Maidstone is a town I had heard a lot about, but never had the chance to visit until a few years ago. I've now grown to love the town where my Dad grew up, and now, I have a bunch of tips for you to check out if you want to experience an English town, not too far out of London.

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  • Sunny Flower Fields

    written by beckyinlondon on 2011-02-06 in #world #locations
    Sunny Flower Fields

    A field of 6-feet yellow sunflowers with buzzing bees in Birchington, Kent. This place is a hidden gem over the summer months, tucked away behind the high street and opposite the entrance to Quex Park. I was driving to my Grandad’s, down Manston Road one day and there they were! I haven't been here for a while so it was as if the usual cabbages had magically transformed into huge sunflowers.