Tag: boston

  • The 5 Greatest Street-Food Cities!

    written by jasonskung on 2013-05-03 #news
    The 5 Greatest Street-Food Cities!

    We all know about the Lomography foodie niche, so we thought we’d share the top five street-food cities with you! From feijoada to kebap, there’s a little something for everyone! Read more to follow the street-food countdown!

  • Lomo'Instant Boston Competition Winners!

    written by jacobs on 2015-03-19 #news #gear
    Lomo'Instant Boston Competition Winners!

    We asked and you answered! To celebrate the launch of the latest member of our instant family, the Lomo'Instant Boston, we requested everyone tag their photos that represent the spirit of Boston. After a healthy number of entries, it was a difficult task, but we now have the winner and runners-up!

  • A Walk in "The Walking City"

    written by faefaefae on 2009-10-05 #places
    A Walk in "The Walking City"

    Boston makes this Yankee want to stay.

  • Lomo'Instant Boston Competition

    written by jacobs on 2015-03-03 #news #gear
    Lomo'Instant Boston Competition

    What comes to mind when you think of Boston? Maybe it's the Red Sox, or maybe it's Baked Beans? With our newest competition to celebrate the release of the Lomo'Instant Boston Edition, we want to know what Boston means to you. Even if you've never been to Boston — no problem! We want to see your best shots that represent Boston to you!

  • My Favourite Spot to Get Some Sun

    written by kleeblatt on 2011-04-10 #places
    My Favourite Spot to Get Some Sun

    My favourite spot to get some sun is definitely BOSTON.

  • History in Boston

    written by migueld on 2009-02-26 #places
    History in Boston

    Boston, one of America's oldest cities, is an inspiring example of old and new. Buildings clad in Federal-style architecture mingle with skyscrapers, churches and pubs filled with history celebrate the path to American independence while shopping areas celebrate capitalism. Small a town as it is, Boston has a lot of character, and a lot of characters.

  • Musician & Producer Sam Kassirer Shoots with Lubitel & Holga

    written by charliewagers on 2012-11-08
    Musician & Producer Sam Kassirer Shoots with Lubitel & Holga

    Sam Kassirer is a musician & producer from Maine. When he's not touring with Josh Ritter & the Royal City Band, he's at his farm-studio producing albums & songs. Sam uses his Lubitel & Holga as a an outlet from music. He answered some questions and revealed some photos after the jump!

  • Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Presents 'Gordon Parks: Back to Fort Scott'

    written by Julien Matabuena on 2015-02-12 #news
    Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Presents 'Gordon Parks: Back to Fort Scott'

    The ongoing exhibit puts the spotlight on a photo series made by the acclaimed photographer for a photo essay that was supposed to appear on Life magazine in 1951.

  • Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

    written by dirklancer on 2010-08-24 #places
    Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

    On a quick trip through three of America's big cities, I had to hit an art museum in each one. In Chicago it was the Art Institute, in New York I only had time for MoMA, and in Boston I soaked up everything I could at the Museum of Fine Arts.

  • Boston

    written by kleeblatt on 2011-06-05 #places

    One of the most beautiful cities in the world, and very different from what I expected.

  • Boston

    written by ipdegirl on 2008-09-05 #places

    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.

  • The Verb Hotel in Boston: Check in, Tune out

    written by antoniocastello on 2014-09-09 #places
    The Verb Hotel in Boston: Check in, Tune out

    Located in the heart of Boston, The Verb Hotel marks the rebirth of a spirit that began in 1959.

  • Fenway Park..Where Dirty Water is a Good Thing

    written by traci516 on 2012-07-11 #places
    Fenway Park..Where Dirty Water is a Good Thing

    An homage to a great ballpark, a piece of history, and a Boston institution...Fenway Park. A little peek into one of the oldest American ballparks.

  • Derelict Building (Boston)

    written by dbc2 on 2008-10-04 #places
    Derelict Building (Boston)

    A friend took me through an abandoned building in downtown Boston. It is located near the TD Bank North Garden and used to house architectural firms, clothing manufacturers, and studio spaces. One room is full of buttons and the views of the Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge from the roof are spectacular.

  • Adult and Evening Classes in 19th Century Boston

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-09-27
    Adult and Evening Classes in 19th Century Boston

    Part-time classes, vocational courses, higher education, and post-graduate degrees may be things associated more modern times, but even as far back as the 19th century, schools in the United States also offered evening classes and other learning opportunities for adults. Take a look at an interesting gallery of diligent 19th century learners in Boston after the jump!

  • Boston

    written by plesaleza on 2008-08-05 #places

    The city of Boston has many places that can be a great experience to visit. One way to see the city is from the water. Seeing the city from the Charles river can prove to be a relief from the busy streets on land. The sights that can be seen are really "sights to be seen".