Tag: break

  • Hermitage Riverside Gardens

    written by neja on 2011-04-13 #places
    Hermitage Riverside Gardens

    Hermitage Riverside Gardens - the real treat of a city retreat.

  • On Love

    written by baitnicart on 2013-02-06
    On Love

    Three years ago, I wrote this poem. It's my take on that precious feeling we've all felt.

  • Lomography Guide to Prague: Coffee Seduction

    written by erikagrendel on 2013-07-15 #places
    Lomography Guide to Prague: Coffee Seduction

    Prague has many coffee shops and big brands cafeterias, but the best ones are those owned by people who are passionate about coffee and their job. This little place, called Miguel Caffe, is a must go and must taste when you are in a need of coffee and in Prague.

  • Greenland Dock

    written by neja on 2011-04-04 #places
    Greenland Dock

    A perfect place for sunset watching while enjoying a pint of beer.

  • Thames Barrier Park

    written by neja on 2011-04-13 #places
    Thames Barrier Park

    An urban oasis for romantics or for a family getaway.

  • Plover Way, SE16

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

    Swan Lake of South East London

  • Analogue for a Day: The Day We Left the Digital Grind Behind

    written by slumbrnghok on 2012-04-19
    Analogue for a Day: The Day We Left the Digital Grind Behind

    Sometimes the overwhelming nature of reality becomes too much and as individuals we are lost in the mire of Twitter, using an online supermarket, mobile phones, iPads, Facebook statuses, traffic jams, signing up for your exclusive club card -and of course... internet banking.Sometimes you just need to let that go. All of it.

  • More London Square

    written by neja on 2011-03-18 #places
    More London Square

    One of the most entertaining and panoramic squares of London. It is one of my favorite places in London. Not only because it only takes me 30 minutes to walk here, but because it's new, futuristic, contemporary, facing Tower Bridge and just next to City Hall.

  • Wapping Woods

    written by neja on 2011-03-18 #places
    Wapping Woods

    Wapping was originally a Saxon settlement. This area was known as a marshland until the 16th century when it was drained. It then became a rich meadow and garden ground until it was acquired for the London Docks. By 1969, the docks at Wapping were empty. Trees were planted and it was optimistically called Wapping Woods. However, the trees could not survive and the result is the small park we have today.

  • Cascade Country Manors, South Africa

    written by neja on 2012-06-18 #places
    Cascade Country Manors, South Africa

    Cascade Country Manors, a luxurious lomographic gateway in Western Cape. The reason we went to stay at Cascade Manor was because my friends wanted to visit Nabygelegen Vineyards because it was one of the few places producing the Pinot Noir they were so found of.

  • The Golden Heart Pub

    written by neja on 2011-03-13 #places
    The Golden Heart Pub

    The Golden Heart pub - where the East London hipsters gather for some people watching and basically just to chill out and relax.

  • Favourite Holiday Destination: London Town

    written by kneehigh85 on 2012-12-21 #places
    Favourite Holiday Destination: London Town

    One of my favourite places to go to when I get the chance for a bit of a break is definitely London. Read on after the jump to find out why.

  • Dunster Beach and Exmoor

    written by simonh82 on 2012-04-16 #places
    Dunster Beach and Exmoor

    Back in November I took a short break to my aunt and uncle's beach hut on the North Somerset coast. Dunster Beach and the nearby Exmoor National Park provided the backdrop for a weekend of enthusiastic photography.

  • Regent's Canal

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

    From Broadway Market to Victoria Park.

  • La Mamounia - Oasis of Beauty

    written by neja on 2011-03-02 #places
    La Mamounia - Oasis of Beauty

    La Mamounia - the eye candy of Marrakech. After a day spent wandering around dusty Medina and souqs, it was still too early to return to our hotel so I suggested we check out the only Art Deco building in town - Hotel La Mamounia. I am a big fan of Art Deco style in architecture, so for me it was a must.