Tag: walk

  • Wapping

    written by neja on 2011-02-18 #places
    Wapping

    A secret area in London with excellent views for history lovers. Wapping is an area in east London, part of the former Docklands, about which lots of Londoners don't even know. And the ones who know, appreciate it a lot.

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  • Transport for London

    written by neja on 2011-04-13 #places
    Transport for London

    A quick guide on how to move around London.

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  • Holga Unmasked!

    written by ipdegirl on 2012-04-03 #gear #tutorials
    Holga Unmasked!

    See what you can do with your Holga when you DON'T use the 12 or 16 mask. It's naked, leaky, and overlapping fun. I have been using my Holga without either the 12 or 16 frame mask and have been getting some really nice results. I love the exaggerated vignetting and light leaks that occurred on every picture. These pictures all came from The Art of Waiting roll from September 2010, shot on Fuji Velvia.

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  • Feeding Pigeons in Chelsea

    written by neja on 2011-03-23 #places
    Feeding Pigeons in Chelsea

    Making double exposures in Chelsea. I don't like pigeons myself. Well, not unless they are Chelsea pigeons. In Chelsea, everything is different, kind of like having a Midas touch.

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  • Richmond Park

    written by neja on 2011-09-17 #places
    Richmond Park

    The largest park in London. Richmond Park is a 2,360 acre park within London. It is the largest of the Royal Parks in London and Britain's second largest urban walled park after Sutton Park, Birmingham. The park is famous for its red and fallow deer, which number over six hundred. It is so big, you can't see everything in one day. So we decided to try the route suggested by the Walks in London book by Rough Guides which I recently bought.

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  • Get a Nice Girl and a Kid So You Get to Know Your City Better

    written by bloomchen on 2012-06-25 #places
    Get a Nice Girl and a Kid So You Get to Know Your City Better

    I dig deep in the city each time I go for a walk with my 4-month-old son. So if you want to get to know Berlin better - mainly the "Barrios", Kreuzberg and Neukölln - read on after the jump and have a look at the gallery at the bottom.

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  • Durdle Door

    written by neja on 2011-09-14 #places
    Durdle Door

    Durdle Door is one of the most photographed landmarks along the Jurassic Coast. This rock arch in the sea was formed as a result of the softer rocks being eroded away behind the hard limestones, allowing the sea to punch through them. The name Durdle is derived from an old English word 'thirl' meaning bore or drill.

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  • The 3 Waterfalls of Raiatea

    written by vicuna on 2010-07-03 #places
    The 3 Waterfalls of Raiatea

    Raiatea is a volcanic island and besides the beautiful lagoon there are also some impressing huge mountains in the center of it. And as it is raining a lot, there are also some beautiful waterfalls to discover in the mountains. The most famous walk to do inside the island is the one called "the 3 waterfalls".

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  • Plover Way, SE16

    written by neja on 2011-04-14 #places
    Plover Way, SE16

    Swan Lake of South East London

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  • Peninsula of Cap Martin

    written by vicuna on 2009-04-19 #places
    Peninsula of Cap Martin

    Looking for a dreamy place where you can walk along the sea? Then you have to visit the peninsula of Cap Martin!

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  • To Russia with Love: Pulkovo Observatory, Saint Petersburg

    written by neja on 2012-10-24 #places
    To Russia with Love: Pulkovo Observatory, Saint Petersburg

    Simply a must! The Pulkovo Obesrvatory has always been among my top favorite places in Saint Petersburg. I can visit it over and over again. After the madness of the big city, it is literarily a breath of fresh air.

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  • Roquebrune, A Medieval Village by The Sea

    written by vicuna on 2009-04-12 #places
    Roquebrune, A Medieval Village by The Sea

    Roquebrune is a nice little medieval village, located 225m high and just a few kilometers from the sea. That means an amazing view over the Mediterranean coast....

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  • Jardine Majorelle

    written by neja on 2011-03-04 #places
    Jardine Majorelle

    Jardine Majorelle - high-fashion cacti in Yves Saint Laurent's private paradise. What a way to start your encounter with Marrakech! Jardin Majorelle was in my top 5 things to do anyway, so it was even better when our hotel's porter gave us complimentary admission tickets to this garden. Anywhere you go in Marrakech, it's worth taking a taxi.

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  • Regent's Canal

    written by neja on 2011-09-10 #places
    Regent's Canal

    From Broadway Market to Victoria Park.

  • Jardines de Turia

    written by neja on 2010-11-16 #places
    Jardines de Turia

    The Gardens of Turia (Jardines de Turia) in Valencia is 9km of greenery surrounded by ancient walls and buildings. As this place has always been prone to floods, it actually got severely damaged back in 1957 that even a number of people lost their lives and most of the city was ruined. Because of this, Valencia decided to divert the course of the river paving the way for the birth of this lush garden.

  • Lisbon Graffiti: Av. Infante D. Henrique

    written by saidseni on 2014-03-30 #places
    Lisbon Graffiti: Av. Infante D. Henrique

    Come on, street art lovers! Grab your lomo cameras, it's time for another graffiti tour in my beautiful city, Lisbon. This time, lets walk along the Tejo river and discover some fine masterpieces.

  • Lomography Day Trips: The Shadow of the Wind Walk in Barcelona, Spain

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-11-13 #places
    Lomography Day Trips: The Shadow of the Wind Walk in Barcelona, Spain

    If you're one of those who enjoyed reading The Shadow of the Wind, Spanish writer Carlos Ruiz Zafon invites you to walk into the post-war Barcelona of his 2001 bestseller with a tour that you can do on your own.

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