Looking to travel countryside or all over the world? Bring out your maps for the best locations in town!
Are you looking for new places to visit when you go backpacking next month or are you just on the lookout for new locations to shoot and discover in your neck of the woods? Lomography’s Locations page offers a fresh take on classic tourist destinations, local hotspots and off-the-beaten-track gems from every corner of the world. Now, we want to hear from you what location is your favorite! Is it a classic like the Eiffel Tower or some secluded beach from Down Under?
So there are several things you need to do
Write a link to your favorite location in the comments below. Pick carefully though, as you only have one choice!
“Like” as many locations as you possible can
How can you win?
The Lomographer that earned the most “Likes” in the next week gets 10 Piggies
The Lomographer that got the most comments below gets 10 Piggies
The Lomographer that gave the most “Likes” in the next week gets 10 Piggies
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