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  • Venetian Hotel (Macao)

    written by iamwen on 2008-07-28 #places
    Venetian Hotel (Macao)

    Venetian Hotel in Macao is the coolest hotel I've ever visited. The hotel is decorated with Western feel although it is located in a Chinese country. Inside the hotel, it has a shopping mall and they have more than 350 shops where you can shop the whole day there. Other than that, it also has a lot of facilities like exhibition,convention or meeting. It also has the largest casino inside the hotel.

  • Ladies Street

    written by iamwen on 2008-07-28 #places
    Ladies Street

    Ladies street is one of the busiest street in Hong Kong, it is also known as Tung Choi street. It is an open air bazaar. It is located at the central area of Mong Kok City. Mong Kok is also a crowded city which full of buildings, shops and people. In Ladies street, you can find cheap commodities and also a lot of replica product which made in Hong kong are mainly sold.

  • Port Dickson (Seremban)

    written by syafeeq on 2008-07-28 #places
    Port Dickson (Seremban)

    Port Dickson, the playground resort in Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia, is 34km from the state capital of Seremban and about one and a half hour's drive from Kuala Lumpur. It offers 18km of fine sandy beaches fringed by casuarinas, coconut palms and the spreading branches of the Banyan tree....

  • Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts

    written by angel-headed_hipster on 2008-07-28 #places
    Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts

    Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts is held every four out of five years (one year off to give the land and organizers a break!) at the end of June in Somerset, England. The festival site opens on Wednesday and closes on the following Monday, with music and performance on the main stages on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

  • Schloss Bückeburg- Bückeburg Castle

    written by mephisto19 on 2008-07-28 #places
    Schloss Bückeburg- Bückeburg Castle

    Do you know Princess Lilly? She was the one who married our prince, Fürst Alexander zu Schaumburg- Lippe. Now they got divorced and the Duke lives with his new wife in a beautiful water- castle in Bückeburg. This castle was first mentioned in 1304 and was remodeled a few times after (1560 in style of Weser- Renaissance, 1601 in Italian style and 1695 a baroque hall).

  • Pembrokeshire Coast National Park (Wales)

    written by lazyrabbit on 2008-07-28 #places
    Pembrokeshire Coast National Park (Wales)

    All along the Welsh coast there are massive sandy beaches with amazing land features like gigantic rocky out crops and big old rock pools. I went there for a few days and never put my cameras down! Every time i walked anywhere i would find interesting images......

  • Maria Cristina Falls (Iligan City)

    written by oliebeer on 2008-07-28 #places
    Maria Cristina Falls (Iligan City)

    Maria Cristina falls is the crowning glory of the country's City of Majestic Waterfalls - Iligan City. It is sometimes called as the "twin falls" as the flow is separated by a rock at the brink of the waterfalls. I was lucky to be able to shoot the falls with it's water at full force.....

  • Tipster of the Day: Unfocussed Daydream Love

    written by ilovekotatsu on 2008-07-28 #gear #tutorials
    Tipster of the Day: Unfocussed Daydream Love

    Upon the announcement of it's "indefinite demise", Polaroid fans were left with two choices: sell their equipments then quit instant photography altogether and embrace the embarassing culture of digitised imagery, while others chose this very lo-fi path...

  • Konica Monochrome VX (35mm, 400 iso)

    written by eazy360 on 2008-07-27 #gear
    Konica Monochrome VX (35mm, 400 iso)

    This monochrome film from Konica made me fall in love with black and white photography...

  • Lomography Colorsplash - Staff Review

    written by shhquiet on 2008-07-26 #gear
    Lomography Colorsplash - Staff Review

    The Colorsplash is a 35mm instant camera that allows you to "paint" your pictures with its built-in color flash.

  • Film Class Homework No.4

    written by fookshit on 2008-07-25 #news
    Film Class Homework No.4

    Load your cameras, calibrate your scanners and sharpen your pencils as you take some notes for your latest film observations!

  • Russia! Bar Crawl Challenge Update - Good News!

    written by ouroborosx on 2008-07-25 #news
    Russia! Bar Crawl Challenge Update - Good News!

    Dearest Lomographers,

  • Kodak Elitechrome 400 (35mm, 400 iso) user-review

    written by xkelx on 2008-07-25 #gear
    Kodak Elitechrome 400 (35mm, 400 iso) user-review

    Kodak elite chrome is just perfect for slide lovers! Great for action photography, and also excellent for low-light conditions. Fine grain, high sharpness, produces rich and vibrant colors.

  • Voodoo Spiritual Temple (New Orleans)

    written by kylethefrench on 2008-07-25 #places
    Voodoo Spiritual Temple (New Orleans)

    We went on an old time cemetery tour in New Orleans then our guide dropped us off at this weird spiritual center on rampart in a sketchy ass section of town. We go in and the place is a wet mess, stuff just everywhere in the gift shop, all dusty. Then this wacky priestess takes us in her backyard and into what was another building and it was a big room just filled with crap and rolled up money and candles and what not.

  • Berlin Bowl

    written by kylethefrench on 2008-07-25 #places
    Berlin Bowl

    This is a super fun bowling alley on the Berlin turnpike, which was one of the original highways before we had real highways in America in the '50s. Anyways there are all manner of good popular bowling alleys down the street but this one is out of the way and no one really goes there.

  • Bourbon Street (New Orleans)

    written by kylethefrench on 2008-07-25 #places
    Bourbon Street (New Orleans)

    This is where people flash their boobs and get the beads and show their gay junk depending on the time of year but it is more than that. It is like a history theme park and reminds me of Disney world but with tons of liquor and crime and the like. Most of these busted down buildings are from the French era mixed with the English and African and some pirates for spice, it is just lovely.

  • The Deepest Lake in Lithuania

    written by jogintas on 2008-07-25 #places
    The Deepest Lake in Lithuania

    Welcome to Lithuania, the country sometimes called "the land of the lakes"... And if you're interested in lakes, let's go to the one, that is named the deepest lake of Lithuania, Tauragnas. The little village near it is called after the name of the lake, Tauragnai (different ending only). The lake is 60,5 m deep and what is more, this lake also has the highest "up the sea level" of all the lakes in Lithuania (165 m).

  • Kaltanėnai Village

    written by jogintas on 2008-07-25 #places
    Kaltanėnai Village

    This is another tiny village of Lithuania, but again - with at least 4 interesting things to mention. First of all, the name is taken after the lake, which is situated in village. The second interesting thing to know - this is the place, where all main roads of the national park meet, that is why this little tiny village looks shiny and has got even hotels to offer something for tourists.

  • Ginučiai village

    written by jogintas on 2008-07-25 #places
    Ginučiai village

    This is the place, which can be called the best possible place to rest. The village Ginučiai is very small, maybe about 20-30 houses, but still this is one of the most popular places between the people who seek calm and relaxing place for their holidays. The village is situated in the national park of Aukstaitija (one of the districts in Lithuania), that is why there are a lot of lakes near it, rivers, hills (where there were castles long time ago).

  • Eye On Malaysia

    written by adzfar on 2008-07-25 #places
    Eye On Malaysia

    The Eye on Malaysia, the largest portable ‘observation wheel’ in the world, was unveiled by the Hon. Prime Minister of Malaysia on 6 January 2006 in conjunction with the grand launch of the Visit Malaysia Year 2007 celebration.

  • Kuala Lumpur City Centre

    written by adzfar on 2008-07-25 #places
    Kuala Lumpur City Centre

    Kuala Lumpur City Center refers to the commercial center located in the heart of the city that includes the Petronas Twin Towers, the Suria KLCC Shopping Mall, a park, a 5-star hotel and prime office blocks. Strategically located in the center of Kuala Lumpur, which gives rise to its name, KLCC and the areas around it are some of the main destinations for shopping, clubbing and business for both locals and internationals.

  • A Worldwide Lomographic Online Survey - Participate Now

    written by pan_dre on 2008-07-24 #news
    A Worldwide Lomographic Online Survey - Participate Now

    What do analogue & digital mean to you? Lomography wants to know!

  • Badeinsel (Steinhude)

    written by graefin on 2008-07-24 #places
    Badeinsel (Steinhude)

    When browsing through the Lomolocations I’ve already submitted to this ever growing collection of travel anecdotes you probably notice that most of my locations are situated near the water.....

  • Wrigley Field (Chicago, Illinois)

    written by graycard on 2008-07-24 #places
    Wrigley Field (Chicago, Illinois)

    I don't really remember the exact moment in time that I became a Cubs fan. I think it was when I was in middle school in my hometown in Utah. I would come home from school, turn on the television looking for something to watch. Cable television was a bit of a rarity at this time, so there was a lot to choose from.

  • St. Louis #1 (New Orleans)

    written by kylethefrench on 2008-07-24 #places
    St. Louis #1 (New Orleans)

    This is an old time, 1780s, cemetery in New Orleans LA USA. This lived through Katrina with only a bit of flooding. All the crypts are above ground because the city is below sea level. This is by the French quarter but is also near some real sketchy areas so don't just go there without a posse with you, mental patients and street people will rob you hardcore.

  • Cha-Am Beach (Phetchburi)

    written by evev on 2008-07-24 #places
    Cha-Am Beach (Phetchburi)

    Hat Cha-am or Cha-am beach is a beautiful beach, twined with Hau Hin of Prachuap Khiri Khan. Cha-am has a long beach full of water activities such as riding jet ski, playing on banana boat and so on. For seafood lovers, don't miss to visit the beach because on the beach has deck chairs to lay yourself all day long, and you can buy seafood to taste while you are impressive beautiful view of the beach.

  • Klykis lake (Utena)

    written by mantozauras on 2008-07-24 #places
    Klykis lake (Utena)

    If you come to Lithuania and to Utena district, you will know that you are in the thousand lake land. East or west you will see a lake every few kilometers.

  • Fuji Neopan (35mm, 400 iso) user-review

    written by eazy360 on 2008-07-24 #gear
    Fuji Neopan (35mm, 400 iso) user-review

    Now and then, I find it vital to get back to basics with monochromatic excursions...

  • Eglukalns (Daugavpils)

    written by mantozauras on 2008-07-24 #places
    Eglukalns (Daugavpils)

    Eglukalns, as far as I know, is one of the favorite Latvian place in winter because it is one of the biggest hills in Latvia and there is the skiing route. But I was here during summer! To find this place is quite easy because there are the road signs telling which way to go but the road is OMG ... Poor car have to go on a very long time on the gravel road :)

  • Round-the-Clock Challenge: Go ahead, Jump!

    written by shhquiet on 2008-07-24 #news
    Round-the-Clock Challenge: Go ahead, Jump!

    I was browsing through some random photo albums the other day and noticed that a lot of people like ‘jumping’ photos. Arms up in the air, funny-faced, legs bent or spread a few feet from the ground. Don’t ask me why, but now I want to see more of those.