Tag: public

  • Make Public Week: Share Your Life to the World!

    written by cruzron on 2010-01-11 #news
    Make Public Week: Share Your Life to the World!

    It's not the time to get (online) stage fright. Throw away your shyness and go out in public in style with all of your migrated photo albums!

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  • Metro M1/M2 - Total Recall

    written by anarchy on 2009-08-04 #places
    Metro M1/M2 - Total Recall

    Driver less trains and stations that look like the setting of sci-fi movie, welcome to Copenhagen Metro lines M1 & M2...

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  • Go Outside! Places to Play in San Francisco

    written by lomographysf on 2012-06-30 #places
    Go Outside!  Places to Play in San Francisco

    We've been seeing some great weather here in San Francisco! When the sun is shining and the temperature rises, SF locals take some time to enjoy the weather. With our friends, our pets, our picnics and our cameras in tow, there's no better way to spend a day than outside! Thus, here's a list of some or favorite places to lay out and soak up the sun.

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  • Make Public Week: Share Your Life to the World! Winner Announcement

    written by shhquiet on 2010-02-03 #news
    Make Public Week: Share Your Life to the World! Winner Announcement

    Among our busy Lomographers in the community, who's got the most number of albums made public for all the world to see? Follow their lead and share your life with us!

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  • Family of Man Sculpture

    written by dirklancer on 2011-02-18 #places
    Family of Man Sculpture

    Big naked people. Need I say more? Nearly a dozen giant naked people greeted me on the grounds of the Calgary Education Centre. Their indistinct genitals notwithstanding, the 21-foot humans - men, women, and children - represent a family of sorts.

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  • Eyebombing: A Photo Project on Humanizing the World

    written by andredimu on 2011-12-24 #news
    Eyebombing: A Photo Project on Humanizing the World

    An action that everyone can take! The protagonists are objects encountered on the street. Eyebombing is the act of setting googly eyes on inanimate things in the public space. Ultimately the goal is to humanize the streets, and bring sunshine to people passing by, a photo project by an artistic collective.

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  • The Bean, Chicago - Summer Road Trip 2009 - Lomostop #17

    written by dirklancer on 2009-11-11 #places
    The Bean, Chicago - Summer Road Trip 2009 - Lomostop #17

    Knock Knock. Who's there? Bean. Bean who? Bean awhile since my last post.

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  • Viana do Castelo Municipal Library, Portugal

    written by afd_lsi on 2009-08-12 #places
    Viana do Castelo Municipal Library, Portugal

    Viana do Castelo Municipal Library isn’t so different from all the other libraries. It’s a place where books are and where knowledge is kept. But it can have a different environment.

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  • The Clock is Ticking

    written by webo29 on 2011-02-16 #places
    The Clock is Ticking

    In a few months' time, Malta will face a huge public transport reform. The central bus terminus in Valletta together with its contents: vintage buses of all shapes, makes, and sizes will soon disappear into a distant memory.

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  • Wapping Woods

    written by neja on 2011-03-18 #places
    Wapping Woods

    Wapping was originally a Saxon settlement. This area was known as a marshland until the 16th century when it was drained. It then became a rich meadow and garden ground until it was acquired for the London Docks. By 1969, the docks at Wapping were empty. Trees were planted and it was optimistically called Wapping Woods. However, the trees could not survive and the result is the small park we have today.

  • Faces of Seattle: A Group Lomo Show Recap

    written by tracyvmoore on 2012-09-15
    Faces of Seattle: A Group Lomo Show Recap

    On Sept 6th, during the First Thursday Art Walk, the Seattle Lomo Adventure Club invaded the Pioneer Square Saloon to show the city what this creative group of Lomographers has been up to at our bimonthly meets over the past several years. Over 800 shots were collected on the theme: Faces of Seattle and posted up in a continuous Lomowall that completely filled an entire room of the Saloon. Our Opening Night was a crazy adventure indeed.

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  • Port of Valencia

    written by neja on 2011-12-08 #places
    Port of Valencia

    One of the largest seaports in the Mediterranean Sea. The Port of Valencia is the largest Spanish seaport and one of the largest seaports in the Mediterranean Sea basin. Here, there are 15,000 employees who provide service to more than 7,500 ships every year.

  • Someone's favorite childhood hangout: the World's Largest Radio Flyer Wagon

    written by dirklancer on 2011-09-10 #places
    Someone's favorite childhood hangout: the World's Largest Radio Flyer Wagon

    This larger than life public sculpture doubles as a one-piece playground. Every time we see a little red wagon, we'll remember our rest stop in Spokane.

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  • Analogue Coverage: March for the Alternative

    written by kneehigh85 on 2011-07-22 #news
    Analogue Coverage: March for the Alternative

    In March this year I was fortunate enough to get to shoot with some of my favourite cameras at a huge political public event. This was a really important day for me, as a public sector working in my first year of employment.

  • Augarten in Vienna: A Public Park With History

    written by floriansimon on 2010-07-27 #places
    Augarten in Vienna: A Public Park With History

    When you're in Austria, don't forget to visit one of Vienna's most beautiful public parks containing a variety of facilities from a porcelain factory to defense towers. Its history as a military fort, juxtaposed with its present day serenity, make it one of the destinations of choice in Vienna.

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  • London Street Photography Festival 2011: Stand Your Ground

    written by kneehigh85 on 2011-12-06 #news #videos
    London Street Photography Festival 2011: Stand Your Ground

    I wanted to share with you all a great video my friend in London posted on his Facebook last week which had been made as part of the London Street Photography Festival earlier this year.

  • Seattle Public Library

    written by jblaze823 on 2010-11-11 #places
    Seattle Public Library

    A strange building with so many unique things to offer, the Seattle Public Library will not disappoint. Curious to see what was inside this odd-shaped building, I entered the Seattle Public Library for the first time and was delighted with what I found. Aside from its immense size, there are all sorts of unique - and functional aspects to this library that are just waiting to be discovered.

  • Sir Winston Churchill Square

    written by dirklancer on 2008-11-29 #places
    Sir Winston Churchill Square

    Sounds like a location in the UK, non? Well, our fine Canadian city _does_ have a fairly British sounding name... Sir Winston Churchill Square is nearly smack-dab-in-the-middle of the "Festival City", and many of our festivals and other events are held here. Whether it's to watch a family movie on a three-storey inflatable screen, or to take in the International Street Performers Festival, this is the place that Edmontonians gather to soak up culture.