Tag: town

  • Leeds Lomo Xmas Market Extravaganza

    written by kneehigh85 on 2011-11-09 #news
    Leeds Lomo Xmas Market Extravaganza

    After the success of the last Yorkshire based meet-up, I have decided to arrange another one for the festive period. This will take place at the German Market in December so come along for a day of German beer, sausages and musical fun.

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  • Holiday in Hanoi (Vietnam)

    written by reinertlee on 2009-06-06 #places
    Holiday in Hanoi (Vietnam)

    We, together with family traveled and enjoyed the unforgettable holiday for a few days in the town of Hanoi, Vietnam.

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  • Wuzhen, the Historic Scenic Town (China)

    written by eva_eva on 2010-04-08 #places
    Wuzhen, the Historic Scenic Town (China)

    Wuzhen, a town located within the triangle formed by Hangzhou, Suzhou and Shanghai.

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  • The Smallest Maritime Republic of Italy

    written by sirio174 on 2012-03-21 #places
    The Smallest Maritime Republic of Italy

    Noli is a town in the region of Liguria, Italy, about 50km from Genoa. This town was an independent republic from 1193 until 1797, the smallest one of the five so-called "Maritime Republics". One of the smallest towns of the coast of Liguria, but one of the most romantic locations!

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  • Djenné, City of Mud (Mali, Africa)

    written by azurblue on 2009-07-07 #places
    Djenné, City of Mud (Mali, Africa)

    Djenné, on the Bani river is one of the most ancient town of Western Africa. It is famous for it's banco Mosque and for it's Monday market. It's a wonderful place to shoot, even if people don't really appreciate being photographed.

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  • Spooooky Salem, MA

    written by ipdegirl on 2010-11-06 #places
    Spooooky Salem, MA

    Salem, Massachusetts is a sleepy little seaside town with a very spooky past. It's one of the oldest towns in the US and has seen it's share of strange historical events, including the famous Salem Witch Trials of the 1600's.

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  • Lomography Guide to Prague: Prague in Three Days (Day 2)

    written by erikagrendel on 2013-10-21 #places
    Lomography Guide to Prague: Prague in Three Days (Day 2)

    My dear friend Grazie suggested to me one fantastic and I think very helpful theme for the series: What to see and visit in Prague when you have only three days. This is my suggestion for the second day. I hope it will help and inspire you!

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  • UK CitySlicker Claire: We Are Leeds!

    written by kneehigh85 on 2011-11-14
    UK CitySlicker Claire: We Are Leeds!

    This is my first CitySlicker article - An introduction to my home town!

  • Current and Classic Architecture in London

    written by jaalvarez on 2010-02-25 #places
    Current and Classic Architecture in London

    Any city that has not remained paralyzed with the time, has an ancient part and a modern one.

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  • Schwerin – Taken from a Fairy Tale

    written by annegreat on 2009-12-07 #places
    Schwerin – Taken from a Fairy Tale

    Situated right in the middle of the Schwerin lake the Schwerin castle is an eye catcher for visitors. It looks really like a castle from a fairy tale.

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  • My Most Memorable Travel Escapade of 2011: Cherbourg, France

    written by mikeydavies on 2012-02-10 #places
    My Most Memorable Travel Escapade of 2011: Cherbourg, France

    Sometimes, the greatest of adventures lie only on your doorstep!

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  • My Analogue Days: The River Knows

    written by lomofrue on 2013-03-21
    My Analogue Days: The River Knows

    Sometimes, I get quite frustrated when looking at photos from other community members. It always seems to me like everybody lives in these big busy cities where there is something happening every single moment, where you can choose to walk a different road every day, where you can see new things every second. It isn't fair.

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  • Times of the Raj: Images From Postcards of Bombay Workshop

    written by abhoan on 2011-10-12 #places
    Times of the Raj: Images From Postcards of Bombay Workshop

    We stepped out on the eve of the Indian Independence Day and shot pictures of how Mumbai would have been before 1947!

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  • Cascais, Portugal

    written by neja on 2010-08-12 #places
    Cascais, Portugal

    Cascais is a lovely costal town 30 kilometers west of Lisbon. It used to be a Royal summer residence, although it was originally a fisherman village, but now it is a cosmopolitan sea and a getaway for both rich and poor.

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  • The Oldest and Lowest City in the World - Jericho, Israel

    written by jogintas on 2009-07-08 #places
    The Oldest and Lowest City in the World - Jericho, Israel

    Jericho is the lowest permanently inhabited site on earth. It is also believed to be one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities of the world. Want to join?

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  • Jasin, Melaka

    written by mimjamil on 2009-04-06 #places
    Jasin, Melaka

    An old and small town carries 1001 memories and uniqueness.

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  • Hallstatt: A Lovely Town

    written by phoenix1206 on 2011-09-04 #places
    Hallstatt: A Lovely Town

    It is a lovely town for taking photos and a World Heritage Site! It's definitely one of those places that deserve a visit.

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  • Lakatnik, Bulgaria: Rocky Landscapes and Steep Slopes in the Heart of the Balkan Mountains

    written by adash on 2012-09-24 #places
    Lakatnik, Bulgaria: Rocky Landscapes and Steep Slopes in the Heart of the Balkan Mountains

    A quiet place with a lot of breathtaking views and steep slopes to climb on your day off - at just one hour ride away from the capital Sofia, Bulgaria.

  • Houtong: From Coal Town to Cat Town

    written by duringmyheyday on 2011-12-18 #places
    Houtong: From Coal Town to Cat Town

    Once a busy coal mining town, Houtong is rapidly becoming a popular spot for cat-watching. Houtong is a small village in Ruifang township, north of Taipei. Once a busy coal mining town during the Japanese colonial rule in the 1900s, Houtong is now famous for the hundreds of stray cats that inhabit its streets. The cats are regularly fed and cared for by locals and volunteers.

  • Cobbled Roads of Bombay with My Holga 135

    written by abhoan on 2011-10-16 #places
    Cobbled Roads of Bombay with My Holga 135

    Walking in the southern part of Bombay is a delight. And when matched with my new book on Gothic Architecture, it was just like walking through a museum.

  • The Cobb (Lyme Regis)

    written by tommynorth on 2009-03-24 #places
    The Cobb (Lyme Regis)

    An old Family Favorite. A ship building area and protector of the town from storm.

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  • Boston

    written by ipdegirl on 2008-09-05 #places
    Boston

    If you want a truly lo-fi, analogue, old-fashioned vacation take a trip to a little seaside town about 45 minutes northeast of Boston, MA called Nahant--which means 'almost an island'. It truly lives up to it's name as it's connected to the 'mainland' by a causeway that was built-up to accommodate a road. This lovely 1.2 square mile town is worlds away from the hustle-and-bustle of the big city of Boston that is visible just across the Bay on a clear day.

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  • Mission Street

    written by montw on 2008-05-09 #places
    Mission Street

    Everybody know how much diversity is there in San Francisco. There are many groups of people, many cultures and ways of thinking. The towns population in formed by many nationalities and Mission St. is where you can mostly get in touch with Mexican culture. You don't really need to talk to the people around to absorb the way they think or live.

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  • Kaliningrad

    written by jogintas on 2008-04-27 #places
    Kaliningrad

    Have you been in Russia? If yes (the main part of it with St. Peter or Moscow), then try Kaliningrad Oblast, or Kaliningrad Area and especially the main town itself. It is situated near the Poland and Lithuania and still has got a pure sense of USSR. Imagine that there are still numbers on the shops, like magazine No.34 in one village and magazine No.35 in the next village just 3 kilometers away.

  • Café near the Town Hall

    written by jogintas on 2008-04-27 #places
    Café near the Town Hall

    Koblenz is one of the most beautiful towns in whole Germany, and that's the main reason to go there. One more thing - when you come to this town, head to the center, to be exact - to the Jesuiten Platz, which is the place, where the Town Hall is situated.

  • Fun Under the Sun: The Wonderful Island of Djerba

    written by sirio174 on 2013-06-10
    Fun Under the Sun: The Wonderful Island of Djerba

    If I had to show you what is my favorite place for a summer holiday, I would have no doubt: it's the Island of Djerba, in Tunisia. Take a look!

  • Summer in Bulgaria: Mount Vitosha

    written by kneehigh85 on 2012-12-04 #places
    Summer in Bulgaria: Mount Vitosha

    This summer I was lucky enough to spend two weeks touring around Bulgaria with three other people in a brand new Chevy! Over the next few articles, I am going to share with you some of my photos from that trip, place by place. One day we took a trip from Sofia to Mount Vitosha.

  • Summer in Bulgaria: Veliko Tarnovo

    written by kneehigh85 on 2012-11-02 #places
    Summer in Bulgaria: Veliko Tarnovo

    This summer I was lucky enough to spend two weeks touring around Bulgaria with three other people in a brand new Chevy! Over the next few articles, I am going to share with you some of my photos from that trip, place by place. This installment is about a place where we stopped for lunch, a spot of shopping, and to admire the view one day - Veliko Tarnovo.

  • Escape from the City to the Lovely Town of Sale!

    written by wangtacular on 2012-05-24 #places
    Escape from the City to the Lovely Town of Sale!

    I am going to make the rude (but probably accurate) assumption that almost none of you have heard of this small town (please comment below if you have or are from this town!). About a two-hour drive outside of the bustling city of Melbourne, capital of Victoria in Australia, this is a humble town with huge potential for some great photographs and great fun!

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  • Waterval Boven

    written by nicx on 2011-06-25 #places
    Waterval Boven

    To escape the city, me and my family own a little house in a very little town called Waterval Boven, this is so we can get out of Johannesburg for a bit and recharge, this is indeed the quintessential one-horse town minus the horse.