“Around the World in Analogue” is your bite-size guide to the most amazing travel destinations across the globe, as documented by the members of the Lomography community. Today, lomographer Max Stevens (@mtsteve) explores Gdańsk, Poland with his favorite film-camera combination.
Name: Max Stevens
Camera: LOMO LC-A
Film: Agfa CT Precisa 100
Location: Gdańsk, Poland
Gdańsk, Poland is a beautiful place to visit, especially in the summer months. Northern Polish summers keep Gdańsk at a comfortable 72ºF (22ºC) a perfect temperature to explore the many sights and activities the city has to offer. While exploring Old Town you see many styles of architecture ranging from the 1200s to 1700s with influences of Dutch, Flemish, French, and Italian styles with hints of German and Prussian culture sprinkled throughout. I prefer to explore the streets less taken. Exploring Gdańsk with my favorite camera/film combination the classic LC-A and AGFA CT Precisa these are some of the scenes I’ve captured.
Other attractions worth noting are the European Solidarity Center & Shipyards, the Museum of the Second World War, kayaking along the river Motława, the AmberSky Ferris wheel and my favorite activity spotting the infamous Fiat 126p.
Want to take us "Around the World in Analogue"? Drop a line at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject "Around the World in Analogue" and share your unforgettable travels with the rest of the community! Read the guidelines here.