Tag: tourists

  • The Blagoveschenskaya Village

    written by life_on_mars on 2009-10-11 #places
    The Blagoveschenskaya Village

    No geographical features are attracting more and more vacationers in the area of the Annunciation are most luxurious sandy beaches bordered by dunes. The coastline is flat, without bays and capes, and for this reason, and because of that there is no industry in the area of the Annunciation sea is always clean.

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  • Paris Sera Toujous Paris

    written by eatcpcks on 2011-03-06 #places
    Paris Sera Toujous Paris

    What about a nice city trip to the City of Love? I wasn’t there to find love as I was already there with my love. We had two wonderful days with Mikahsupageek and Backforbreakfast. He served as our host and we had a great night talking and laughing. Don't miss their Lomo homes!

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  • Santa Maria del Flore, The "Duomo" of Firenze

    written by vicuna on 2009-06-08 #places
    Santa Maria del Flore, The "Duomo" of Firenze

    It's perhaps the most know building of Firenze all around the world and every tourist wants to stay in front of it... and it's a real architectural masterpiece: the "Duomo"!

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  • Saint Tropez (France)

    written by vicuna on 2009-05-15 #places
    Saint Tropez (France)

    The city of Saint Tropez is world wide known as a huge touristic destination and a place where stars and famous people like to show themselves. But if it's true in summer, it's not the case in the other seasons, there's much more to appreciate in St Tropez than that...

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  • Hollywood: A Tourist in my Own Town

    written by mcemsh102 on 2010-08-22 #places
    Hollywood: A Tourist in my Own Town

    The funny thing about Hollywood - the town, not the idea - is that it actually has very little to do with the entertainment industry. Hollywood and Highland is ridiculous, mass-produced, candy-colored, jammed-together, and yet it is a carnival of inauthenticity, not unlike the entertainment industry itself.

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  • Cemetery of The Old Castle in Menton, France

    written by azurblue on 2009-05-23 #places
    Cemetery of The Old Castle in Menton, France

    Above the old town of Menton, near the Italian border, there's a cemetary with a view, a fascinating and moving place to explore.

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  • World Heritage Attractions in Agra

    written by lomopop on 2011-09-20 #places
    World Heritage Attractions in Agra

    Agra is most famous for the Taj Mahal. However are you aware that the Taj Mahal is just one of three world heritage sites that can be found in Agra? The other two notable sites are Fatehpur Sikri and the Agra Fort.

  • Kusadasi,Turkey

    written by japsix on 2009-10-18 #places
    Kusadasi,Turkey

    wonderful city, full of sun,cats, mandarins and historical surroundings.

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  • Ponte Vecchio & Arno River in Firenze

    written by vicuna on 2009-06-09 #places
    Ponte Vecchio & Arno River in Firenze

    Firenze wouldn't be so magical without the river Arno and the world famous "Ponte Vecchio". This river has something magic!

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  • V&A Waterfront, Cape Town

    written by neja on 2012-07-30 #places
    V&A Waterfront, Cape Town

    V&A Waterfront, a place for everything! There is no other place like V&A Waterfront, seriously! You can meet the whole world here: people who come to Cape Town but are too afraid to explore, so they stayed at the Waterfront Hotels, eat at the waterfront restaurants, shop at the Waterfront shops...

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  • Learning to See through Black and White Again

    written by uncle_jay on 2012-05-29
    Learning to See through Black and White Again

    Shooting in black and white requires a certain discipline. You need to know what the focus of the picture should be. But fret not as this is a skill that can be learned over time, says professional photographers whom I’ve met.

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  • Photobomb with Sari in Tokyo

    written by geegraphy on 2012-10-08 #news
    Photobomb with Sari in Tokyo

    We all have that one photo taken from a vacation or getaway that we see as "ruined" just because a stranger got into a frame. Well then, wait until you meet Sari in Tokyo. We bet she’ll change your mind.

  • La Alhambra in Granada

    written by carlosbull on 2011-07-23 #places
    La Alhambra in Granada

    One of the most magnificent and visited places in Granada, Spain: the Alhambra, a magical place that all lomographers should visit.

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  • Victoria's Inner Harbour

    written by dirklancer on 2008-11-06 #places
    Victoria's Inner Harbour

    Even though it's a 1300 km drive from my home, this is the place that I need to go to at least every other year. There's just something in the air and the atmosphere here that relaxes me like no place else.

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  • Secret Place - Sandtorhöft

    written by graefin on 2008-10-03 #places
    Secret Place - Sandtorhöft

    The harbor of Hamburg is a very busy place and I don't mean the ships that sail down the Elbe. I speak of the millions of tourists that pass by the Landungsbrücken everyday; that stroll alongside the most touristic part of the harbor. I love this place because it is never the same and it changes with every ship that enters the harbor.

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  • A Salute to the Masters: Photos of Lourdes (A Tribute to Mario Giacomelli)

    written by sirio174 on 2014-05-24
    A Salute to the Masters: Photos of Lourdes (A Tribute to Mario Giacomelli)

    This article is a tribute to a great Italian poet, painter and photographer, Mario Giacomelli (1925-2000). His images are characterized by a strong graphic contrast and are related to suffering and decay in our world. In this article I pay tribute to his photographic series taken at the Sanctuary of Lourdes in France. Read more after the jump!

  • Horse Guards Parade and Household Cavalry Museum

    written by sandkorn on 2011-04-14 #places
    Horse Guards Parade and Household Cavalry Museum

    Many tourists have their pictures taken with the mounted horse guards every day but while you're at it, you should definitely check out the Changing of the Queen's Life Guard and the Household Cavalry Museum.

  • Dresden’s Frauenkirche

    written by annegreat on 2009-01-28 #places
    Dresden’s Frauenkirche

    For the people of Dresden the Frauenkirche is at once a memorial for future generations never let happen again things like World War II and a symbol for the reunification of Germany.