Tag: lomolocations

  • The City Guide New York Challenge, Week 2: Losing Your Cool, “Escape from the City!”

    written by mmoya on 2011-07-07 #news
    The City Guide New York Challenge, Week 2: Losing Your Cool, “Escape from the City!”

    The New York City Guide continues with a new round of challenges.

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  • 10 Coolest Places To Visit ... Underwater!

    written by shhquiet on 2014-07-10
    10 Coolest Places To Visit ... Underwater!

    Where are you headed to this summer? Where I'm from summer has ended too soon, so I'm still daydreaming of sand and seafoam. I decided to check out the archives for some cool beach-y snapshots and came across a lot of interesting underwater photos! Check out my finds after the jump; hopefully this list will inspire you to grab a Fisheye Sub or a Krab, along with your Fisheye cameras and LC-A+, for some underwater adventure.

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  • The Wanderlust Wonderlist: The Best Summer LomoLocations

    written by geegraphy on 2013-06-07 #places
    The Wanderlust Wonderlist: The Best Summer LomoLocations

    As the temperature slowly rises this season, we're betting that your wanderlust levels are rising along with it! Got no specific destination in mind yet? Then, let us remedy that with some of the best (and most picturesque) summer destinations the Locations section has to offer!

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  • Lomography and The Guide Istanbul Are Looking for Explorers

    written by erayalan on 2012-11-13 #news
    Lomography and The Guide Istanbul Are Looking for Explorers

    We know how much you enjoy wandering and taking photos, but now is the time to share your discoveries! Tell us about all the things you ate, drank, saw, or discovered that left a lasting impression.And to add a bit more incentive to the whole concept, we teamed up with The Guide Istanbul magazine to have your LomoLocation published for all to see.

  • 2010's Most LomoLocations Revisited

    written by cruzron on 2011-01-03 #news
    2010's Most LomoLocations Revisited

    Due to unforeseen technical difficulties, the results for last week's 2010's Most LomoLocations were incorrect and we're sorry for that! We've gone and corrected the original post and you can see the winners right now!

  • Impossible Beach, Bali

    written by vstephanie on 2009-01-23 #places
    Impossible Beach, Bali

    Don't be intimidated by the name. It is possible. IF you know the way. Just don't miss the turn. Park your car right up the top and go all the way down by foot. Before you start making your descent, you will be halted on the top of the cliff as your sight fills up with a spectacular view of the beach below and you will stand in AWE for about 4 minutes.

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  • LomoLocations: Siem Reap, Cambodia

    2015-12-10 #places
    LomoLocations: Siem Reap, Cambodia

    Steeped in history and culture with just the right amount of all things hip and chic—it's no wonder this Cambodian city is on the bucket lists of many travelers.

  • LomoLocations: Thanksgiving in Woodland Park, Colorado

    2015-11-26 #places
    LomoLocations: Thanksgiving in Woodland Park, Colorado

    What about spending Thanksgiving on a trail of green and blue?

  • US CitySlicker Cole: My Weekend at Wolf Lake

    written by deja-mew on 2012-07-20 #places
    US CitySlicker Cole: My Weekend at Wolf Lake

    All across the US, temperatures have been soaring. Grand Rapids has been no different. When thermometers started reading in the triple digits, Cole and a few of her friends decide to escape the city in favor for a cottage on the lakeside!

  • LomoLocation Gallery: Wear Your Sunscreen

    written by fookshit on 2008-05-22 #news
    LomoLocation Gallery: Wear Your Sunscreen

    "__Last Saturday (May 3), we spent the cloudy afternoon at Anawangin Cove, 35 minutes away south by outrigger boat from Pundaquit Beach in Zambales, Philippines. The sea was choppy and nimbus clouds loomed above us. But neither rain nor seawater can dampen our spirits. We marveled at the beautiful Zambales coastline with its massive cliffs, jagged boulders and rolling mountains carpeted with summer-brown grass. This secluded stretch of salt-and-pepper sand sandwiched by a saltwater bay and a freshwater lake river bordered by a thick pine forest makes one unique landscape. Wading across the brackish backwaters where mudskippers hopped across gnarly tree stumps and green muck was a peaceful endeavor. While the steady climb up the western edge of the cove provided a stunning panoramic view of the place__."

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  • LomoLocations: Las Pozas in Xilitla, Mexico

    2015-10-29 #places
    LomoLocations: Las Pozas in Xilitla, Mexico

    Las Pozas is a cross-breed of ruins and dreams.

  • LomoLocation Gallery: Sand in My Shoes

    written by fookshit on 2008-05-16 #news
    LomoLocation Gallery: Sand in My Shoes

    "__Capones Island, 5km off Pundaquit Beach in Zambales, Philippines, supports a beautifully weather-beaten 19th-century lighthouse called 'Faro de Punta Capones'. The isle of volcanic rock boasts of impressive views of stony islets, craggy precipices and wild rolling hills.__"

  • Lomomission two!!

    written by adamscott on 2010-02-22 #news
    Lomomission two!!

    We need to find Vienna... but in London! For our second mission you could win a special box packed by the guys at Lomography HQ filled with Vienna goods!

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  • Top 5 Lomolocations (new additions)

    written by shhquiet on 2008-07-12 #news
    Top 5 Lomolocations (new additions)

    Lomolocations give us a glimpse of different places in just one sitting. Cool, isn’t it? Thanks to your submissions, we have a growing visual archive of the most interesting spots around the world!

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  • Marin Headlands

    written by do-the-strand on 2008-12-28 #places
    Marin Headlands

    Located just across the Golden Gate Bridge on the Marin side (so not San Francisco for all you non-locals), the Marin Headlands offer some of the most scenic trials, beaches, and historic sites to explore in the Bay Area. Spectacular views of San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge are everywhere on a clear day. The Headlands are easily reached by taking the last exit before the Golden Gate Bridge if you are coming from Marin.