It has been a long and arduous journey but here we are, 2000 locations strong – and counting! Let’s take a trip down memory lane first before we unveil the big 2000!
As Lomographers, we like to travel. We like to walk, shoot and see where our feet takes us. From the corner market, a nearby beach, all the way to the Arctic, we’ve chronicled each step taken and each smile given with our precious Lomo cameras. The Locations are our way of identifying and showcasing the merry mix of unique places and locales that you have visited and at the same time, would like to visit in the future! It’s the Lomo communities’ very own travel guide that caters to all things Lomographic.
Believe it or not, we’re actually at our 2000th location! Time sure flies when you’re having fun. Before unveiling it however, we’ll whet your appetite first as we take a trip down memory lane and check out 20 of the best, weirdest, intriguing and most interesting locations to date, spanning all four corners of the globe!
So are you itching to travel yet? Do you already have your hiking boots on and your trusty walking stick by your side? Wait up! Here’s the 2000th location – the Radio Trail located in Santena, Italy – it’s a must for that much-needed adrenaline rush extreme sports bring, so be sure to drop by the next time you stop by in lovely Italia!
Do you have your own location in mind?Would you like to share a quaint hole in the wall or massive skyscrapers that reach the heavens? We want to hear it, feel it and see it! Immerse us in your world and submit your locations here but please don’t forget to check out the guidelines first!
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