Tag: disaster

  • We Will Welcome You to Japan!

    written by gocchin on 2012-04-04
    We Will Welcome You to Japan!

    Do you remember what happened last March 11, 2011 in Japan? Yes, we had a big earthquake and Tsunami. You must have watched the situation on TV. One year has passed since the incident. What do you think we should do as lomographers?

  • Chernobyl/Prypiat: A Silent City

    written by pinkpix on 2011-11-06 #places
    Chernobyl/Prypiat: A Silent City

    September 2011, Marije (s0y) and I finally took the trip we wanted to do for so long, visit Ukraine, Kiev and in particular, the 30km exclusion zone around Chernobyl, with the ghost town of Prypiat. When I saw the bumper carts, I almost cried. Afterwards, we were exhausted; there was so much to take in. And bringing too many cameras is never a good idea. ;)

  • Holga Horror!

    written by weedos on 2012-02-13
    Holga Horror!

    A series of events that almost ruined a photo project. Read on to find out how my 'a photo, a month' resulted to a near tragedy.

  • La Sardina Catches Flying Trees!

    written by ipdegirl on 2011-10-25
    La Sardina Catches Flying Trees!

    My area of the world survived three natural disasters in August; an earthquake, hurricane and a tornado. There was extensive wind damage after the large storm and as the clean-up began, my La Sardina was able to catch some trees in flight as the tree removal crew did their work.

  • The Lonely World of Lomo (downtown of decay)

    written by andrewswift46 on 2010-03-22 #places
    The Lonely World of Lomo (downtown of decay)

    Over the last couple of weeks I ventured through my downtown and beyond searching for perfect places to shoot with this cheap 5 dollar balda i bought. since waking up at 5 a.m. on my days off i get cabin fever in my house so the best medicine for that is Lomography so i ventured out of my house to the desolate part of my town called downtown.

  • The Moment Before Disaster Strikes

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2009-01-08 #news
    The Moment Before Disaster Strikes

    It’s that split second before it all goes pear-shaped! The sun is shining, the birds are tweeting – there’s a spring in your step and everything is going your way. And then it happens! Show us that moment before disaster strikes in pure slapstick style!

  • Shigeru Ban's Cardboard Cathedral

    written by soundfoodaround on 2013-01-21 #news
    Shigeru Ban's Cardboard Cathedral

    Humans want to make their mark. When one thinks of esteemed Architects, they think of their most well known works which are likely still in existence even if the architect is long gone. Japanese architect Shigeru Ban's cardboard structures and DIY refugee shelters are his most well known works which are decomposable, replaceable, and temporary...