This location will definitely touch the hearts of any dramatists out there who seeks a different view!
From the Kahlenbergerdorf, a small winding footpath leads up to Leopoldsberg that was so steeply laid out that it wholesomely consists of stairs. The Nasenweg (literally: nose path) attracts me regularly (despite guaranteed muscle soreness) because of its dramaturgy: the stairway starts at Danube heights, and with every turn a new view of the Vineyards, the Danube and Vienna reveals itself. During the ascent, gravity seems to inexplicably increase, but once you reach the castle on Leopoldsberg at last (completely breathless), not only the view towards the East neveals itself, but also the anticipation for the Heuriger past which the path will lead during the descent.
location: kahlenbergerdorf, 1190 vienna | how to get there: metro u4 to heiligenstadt, bus 238 to kahlenbergerdorf
Whenever there is a fragment of a second of a beautiful, little coincidence, this photographer will capture it with his camera. Meet Jonathan Higbee in this short interview and check out his fantastic work!
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One of the reasons why we love winter so much is because we finally get to pull out that Game of Thrones saying, "Winter is here." The thought of spending Christmas time with your loved ones and watching the snow falling will warm your heart in a second.
Very often you will see kids today with their noses touching the screen of a tablet. While this may all develop children's fascination and curiosity, as a parent, you actually lose quality time with them. It's the holidays and it's the perfect time to share your love for analogue photography.
The Off the Grid Awards served as an invitation to step back from the glowing screen—a welcome break to reconnect to the roots of nature, taste the salty air, feel the rocky terrain, and get in touch with wild life. Meet our winners!
Wash up your morning face and greet the day with a smile. Do your warm-ups and grab your grub. This Monday morning will be different than the rest of our Monday Moodboard editions as we bask under the dawn.
Laura Allard Fleischl is a London based photographer who uses natural light and soft backgrounds to create dreamy, sundrenched photos that are reminicent of a Californian summer. She has worked with Hunger, Elle and Vogue. We sent her a Lomo'Instant Square Glass to try out.
This month we've got a "Choose Your own Instant Camera" workshop and the chance to get truely experimental with our "Camera Subversion Session." There will also be a new exhibition of photographs by Bea Dewhurst.