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  • Glasgow River Festival

    written by bedfordav on 2008-05-09 #places
    Glasgow River Festival

    Glasgow River Festival takes place annually on the River Clyde and its banks over Glasgow Fair weekend (mid July). It's a great day out even for those who are not desperately interested in ships and boats and other maritime stuff.

  • Taipei

    written by ghostkamera on 2008-05-09 #places

    Memories from my 3 months in Taipei, Taiwan.

  • Jalan Petaling in Chinatown

    written by lomowendy on 2008-05-09 #places
    Jalan Petaling in Chinatown

    I recently visited Kuala Lumpur for a holiday, and I loved it! Aside from the popular tourist must-sees like the Petronas and Menara Towers and the Detaran Merdeka, it is a tourist must to visit all the shops around (if you have time). Kuala Lumpur is a shopping heaven. It's a good place for bargaining - especially for electronics.

  • Shuang-chun beach

    2008-05-09 #places
    Shuang-chun beach

    Shuang-chun beach is located in the Jiayi County. I often go there with my schoolmates to swim. This is a beach that very few people know. Because this beach has maintained its very primitive life style there is hardly any pollution.

  • Fontana di Trevi

    written by ng1336 on 2008-05-09 #places
    Fontana di Trevi

    Hasn't anyone heard of this famous wishing fountain before? You might at least see it in movies from America to Italy to Hong Kong or in music videos or on fashion shots. Although it may or may not be the most beautiful fountain in Rome, but it is without doubt the most famous and packed with tourists and locals. It is said that it became famous after

  • Red Castle Lakes

    written by janisthewanis on 2008-05-09 #places
    Red Castle Lakes


  • Chiang Mai

    2008-05-09 #places
    Chiang Mai

    Flooded chiang mai. I touched down in Chiang Mai and a gorgeous afternoon greeted me. Managed to knock 50 baht off my room price and rested until evening descended. I decided to head to the night market for some half way there and suddenly the rumors I'd been hearing came back to me: Chiang Mai was flooded!! I'd heard it a few times but I guess it didn't really sink in until now! People were wading through waist-deep water....the night market was definitely out! I had no choice but to return to the seedy part of town and find a semi-decent restaurant.

  • Schafbergbahn

    written by _ka_ on 2008-05-09 #places

    Get onto the train in St. Wolfgang at the Wolfgangsee and climb the Schafberg up to 1700m. Take a walk

  • Chinatown

    written by jackievision on 2008-05-09 #places

    Red&gold Chinese urban island in Italy. A must see. Go any day, anytime. Don't miss the supermarket! Ok fellow lomographers, this is my choice for lomohunting area. If you need a break from the harmonious and perfect and measured and all-in-its-place renaissance beauty, you need to come over here.

  • Nasher Sculpture Garden

    2008-05-09 #places
    Nasher Sculpture Garden

    If you're a fan of sculptures, this is the place for you! The Nasher Sculpture garden at the Dallas Museum of Art is a lomographer's paradise. On a bright, sunny day, even the original fisheye can enjoy itself! Thursday evenings relax in the cool shadow of downtown with a bottle of wine, a close friend or just your lomo and settle in for some sweet jazz and excellent people watching.

  • Colosseum

    written by ng1336 on 2008-05-09 #places

    If you are in Rome, Italy as a tourist, you shouldn't definitely miss visiting this enormous architectural monument built about 1920 years ago by the Emperor Vespasian. He started building it between 70 and 76 AD, but it was completed by his son Titus in 80 AD. The Colosseum was dedicated to the year of Vespasian's death by him. The opening celebrations lasted for 100 days presenting many games.

  • Siegessäule

    written by graefin on 2008-05-09 #places

    Berlin, October 2004, three young people pay a visit to a good friend. Although all three have already been to the capital at least once, we do a little bit of sightseeing. The weather is fine and we're all in a brilliant mood. "Let's try to get on top of the Siegessäule!" I've always wanted to do that. Even my grandma was once on top of this monument and had left a message there (probably covered under ten layers of paint now). "No, you can't get up there!" argues Matthi, but he's wrong.

  • Cairo

    written by ghostkamera on 2008-05-09 #places

    My friend David, Maya and I arrived in Cairo early in the morning, hailed a taxi and set off to the Talat Harb area to look for hotels. Our taxi driver (working on commission basis) drove us to his hotel where we were dragged in, tiredness and the thought of a bed overweighed our energy to look for another one. The hotel was cheap but awful. The rooms were dirty and the English man who run it was frankly the biggest asshole I have met in my travels. Anyways, we checked in, caught a few hours of sleep and got up for a late breakfast. David stayed in bed all day while Maya and I went to explore Cairo.

  • Hamburg Arena

    written by wil6ka on 2008-05-09 #places
    Hamburg Arena

    If you love football you just have to be in love with the temples of football: the stadiums. Because Germany was having the World Cup they invested plenty of money into the infrastructure and new stadiums. There is little doubt, that these stadiums are the finest on the planet at the moment.

  • Golf Club d'Hulencourt

    written by golfpunkgirl on 2008-05-09 #places
    Golf Club d'Hulencourt

    Whether you're a seasoned golfer, attempting to be a golfer or just admire gorgeous landscapes...a golf course is one the best areas to photograph. There is always going to be something to shoot - the sunset or sunrise, beautifully manicured flower beds and fairways, ducks frolicking in the water hazards, the occasional deer, hedgehog, fox that scampers on your path, and the best bit... seeing you or one of your mates hit an incredible golf shot (or an equally incredibly bad swing!). Basically, the possibilities are endless.

  • Bekonscot Model Village

    written by gyllzd on 2008-05-09 #places
    Bekonscot Model Village

    Everyone loves things that are small and cute, and what's smaller or cuter than a model village? Bekonscot Model Village is the oldest in the world and a great attraction for a sunny summer's day - I spent many an afternoon there as a child, sunburnt and sticky with melted ice cream; but going back the other day (at the ripe old age of 21) I still totally loved it, and so did my lomo.

  • Lamesa Eco Park

    written by cruzron on 2008-05-09 #places
    Lamesa Eco Park

    At the heart of the urban jungle of Quezon City lies a real jungle of sorts. Rehabilitated and repackaged for families, the Lamesa Dam is now known as the Lamesa Eco Park. Growing up near the place we used to run around the lush vast plains not minding the dangers the steep cliffs posted. Happy times but in the interest of political correctness everything is safe there now as I visited a few weeks back.

  • Ski Dubai

    written by wil6ka on 2008-05-09 #places
    Ski Dubai

    The Emirates are too over the top to be comprehended by a simple mind like me. But one thing I understood perfectly so far: deliver entertainment and sensations no matter of the costs. One perfect example for this is the ski Dubai! As we know, Dubai is in the middle of the desert! Desert equals sun equals heat equals no snow equals question. Answer: the sheikhs just build an amusement dome where there is a ski-world.

  • Santa Cruz beach

    2008-05-09 #places
    Santa Cruz beach

    The famous Santa Cruz beach of Northern California is an awesome Lomolocation all year-round. Though the summer might be a little too crowded due to the lively and always animated boardwalk, the environment is still great and fun.

  • 2nd Beach Pool

    written by fash_on on 2008-05-09 #places
    2nd Beach Pool

    Who doesn't love those sunny summer days? Or enjoy going to an outdoor heated pool? In Vancouver we have 2 favourites, 2nd Beach Pool in Stanley Park (pictured here) and Kitsilano Pool which is great for the more serious lane-swimmers. 2nd Beach Pool has 2 small slides and it's right on the edge of the ocean, the scenery is amazing. Bikes and roller-blades whiz by on the seawall, floatplanes in the sky, forest to the rear with raccoons, geese, swans, eagles and more.

  • Blue Lagoon

    written by wil6ka on 2008-05-09 #places
    Blue Lagoon

    Iceland surely is a strange place. One of the most astonishing sites is the blue lagoon. Well. It's a hot thermal source. But it's more than that. It lay in the middle of a field of volcanic stones, a rough moon-like field. The Bath is close to the seaside, that's why there are Sea-Minerals in the water and on you. It's a habit to put a white mineral-paste on you skin.

  • Full Moon Party

    written by montw on 2008-05-09 #places
    Full Moon Party

    These pictures are from the real scene of the 1st Full Moon Party of

  • Liuxi cultural city

    2008-05-09 #places
    Liuxi cultural city

    I like this place very much. The Taiwanese old movie-like streets are the places, the older generation remembers still very well. It carries the local lifestyle of various decades starting from 30's to the 60's surrounded with houses built following the ancient construction techniques.

  • Old town

    written by kadrike on 2008-05-09 #places
    Old town

    Everybody has a child in them who longs for fairy tales, ghost stories and thrilling legends. One of the dearest and most charming places for me is my hometown Tallinn and its romantic medieval city-center. Here almost every house or corner has a legend or more. On your journey through the city you`ll definitely meet water-goblins, the city`s guardian Old Thomas, Stout Margaret and even devil himself.

  • Disneyland

    2008-05-09 #places

    Disneyland is the place where dreams come true. I live only about 20 minutes away from Disneyland and Disney California Adventures. Though I myself have only been there 5 times, I am sick of annoying little kids crying to their parents and the long lines for the rides, but still not sick of taking pictures. You can see everything when you are there; from a happy family from Germany to a handicap Christian group from Iowa.

  • U.S. Shell

    2008-05-09 #places
    U.S. Shell

    There is a sea shell store in Los Fresnos, TX. Outside the store is a HUGE undersea reef sculpture. Every time I go back to shoot more pictures, I discover something new. Just for going inside the store, you get a free seashell necklace. They sell every kind of shell imaginable including live hermit crabs. They also serve ice cream at the snack bar!

  • Wanted: Your Deadstock Tale

    written by pan_dre on 2008-05-09 #news
    Wanted: Your Deadstock Tale

    Pass on the torch and tell the Tale of the Tribe, the Russian Deadstock Tribe to be precise.

  • Lomographic Challenge in Matosinhos

    written by katja on 2008-05-09 #news
    Lomographic Challenge in Matosinhos

    The Lomographic Embassy Porto is restlessly tempting you to lomograph! This time it’s all about Matosinhos, a city belonging to Oporto, Northern Region of Portugal.

  • Lomofolio-Philes Uncovered+ Winning Story

    written by ca-ro on 2008-05-09 #news
    Lomofolio-Philes Uncovered+ Winning Story

    Your 'who's the lomofolio-phile' stories had us all entertained - thanks to all who put took part! Alas there can only be one winner and that is wilber - a truly crazy cat :)

  • Diana+ Mods

    written by d_i_d on 2008-05-08 #news
    Diana+ Mods

    This week proves to be very exciting for our dear Diana+. The Dream Queen keeps revealing all sorts of talents, and we feel that she’s deserving of some fresh changes, to keep up with her moods!