Tag: climbing

  • A Place Where Photography Meets Adventure: An Interview With Andreas Jakwerth

    written by Ivana Džamić on 2017-01-25 #people
    A Place Where Photography Meets Adventure: An Interview With Andreas Jakwerth

    Andreas Jakwerth is a Vienna-based photographer who definitely knows how to live life to the fullest. He has a passion for both photography and travelling and somewhere in between he likes the challenge of a good climb.

  • Leave Nothing but Footprints, Take Nothing but Pictures

    written by renenob on 2011-06-09
    Leave Nothing but Footprints, Take Nothing but Pictures

    Pack your bags, put on your shoes, and sling over your camera! The great outdoors await you!

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  • Bukit Tabur; Good Morning Jungle

    written by weechonghooi on 2009-01-29 #places
    Bukit Tabur; Good Morning Jungle

    On the 18th January 2009, it was my second visit to the Bukit Tabur, and this time, I had a totally different experience from my previous visit. Firstly, I came with more friends. Secondly, I saw a completely different view of this hill. That's the main reason of why I am sharing this location once again to everybody right here!

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  • Fresh from the Lab: I Climbed the Highest Mountain

    written by lomofrue on 2014-08-22
    Fresh from the Lab: I Climbed the Highest Mountain

    A year ago I tore the ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) in my left knee. Six months ago, I had an operation. For the half-year anniversary I wanted to do something special, so I did. I climbed the highest Slovenian mountain.

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  • Lakatnik, Bulgaria: Rocky Landscapes and Steep Slopes in the Heart of the Balkan Mountains

    written by adash on 2012-09-24 #places
    Lakatnik, Bulgaria: Rocky Landscapes and Steep Slopes in the Heart of the Balkan Mountains

    A quiet place with a lot of breathtaking views and steep slopes to climb on your day off - at just one hour ride away from the capital Sofia, Bulgaria.

  • Expedition to Mount Kinabalu, Malaysia

    written by aveyap on 2011-08-22 #places
    Expedition to Mount Kinabalu, Malaysia

    A group of 8 friends who have been looking forward to climb Mount Kinabalu, finally made their dream a reality on the 20th of June 2011. The highest mountain in Malaysia, Mount Kinabalu is really a great challenge and experience for all of us.

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  • Gravity Park Constanta

    written by lucretia on 2011-07-17 #places
    Gravity Park Constanta

    Gravity Park Constanta is my favorite place in my hometown. Not only is it the biggest extreme sports complex in Romania, but it is the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. It’s the place where I can relax, have a great time, practice the sports I love and take funky photos with my Lomo cameras.

  • Escape from the City: The Dobrogea Keys

    written by lucretia on 2011-08-07 #places
    Escape from the City: The Dobrogea Keys

    Although I have been living in Constanta for 23 years, I have never visited the Dobrogea Keys until a few days ago. I was truly impressed by the beauty and uniqueness of this very old landscape. Here you are in touch with nature, you feel you’re in a different time and place even though you’re only 40km away from the hustle and bustle of Constanta.

  • Mt.Inwangsan – the Green/Holy/Touristy/Millitary Hill

    written by wil6ka on 2012-07-03 #places
    Mt.Inwangsan – the Green/Holy/Touristy/Millitary Hill

    The construction of the lomographic guide of Seoul is gaining pace and content. And so I thought I should pull out a merry old location to join the jam. A few years back on my first stay in Seoul, I discovered a green mountain in the middle of a city made of concrete and steel. Mount Iwangsan is a big city delight with a lot of incentives and shamanic ghosts.

  • Bukit Tabur; Rainy n' Misty

    written by weechonghooi on 2009-01-08 #places
    Bukit Tabur; Rainy n' Misty

    29th December 2008, this is where I was, I went to Bukit Tabur to get myself away from the city, far away from work, I just wanted to breathe with empty mind, thinking of nothing but to reach to the peak of this hill. It was raining when we arrived the hillside, 7am. We were 50/50 to decide whether to go for it or not. Well, we decided to take a special opportunity of this rainy trip up. Wet, slippery, cold and misty... Definitely adventurous than normal.

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