Tag: bay

  • US CitySlicker Nicolas: This Isn’t Flying, It’s Falling with Style (A Guide to Levitation Photography)

    written by nicolasesc on 2012-08-22 #gear #tutorials
    US CitySlicker Nicolas: This Isn’t Flying, It’s Falling with Style (A Guide to Levitation Photography)

    With every new roll I put into my camera, I always try to do at least one levitation shot. For the past few months, after many trials and errors, I’ve picked up a few tips and tricks for taking jumping pictures so you guys can do it yourself!

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  • Discovering the Marquesas archipelago (part 4): Ua Huka

    written by vicuna on 2010-04-22 #places
    Discovering the Marquesas archipelago (part 4): Ua Huka

    After visiting Nuku Hiva and Hiva Oa, we finally landed on the last island of our Marquesas trip, Ua Huka. We decided to spend 3 days on this very small island as everybody told us that it was the most magic and wild one, absolutely different from all the other islands. And indeed, we really made a trip "into the wild".....

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  • Sarodrano, 23° 48' 0" South - 45° 45' 0" East

    written by -a-l-b-e-r-t-o- on 2010-04-05 #places
    Sarodrano, 23° 48' 0" South - 45° 45' 0" East

    When I decided to go to Madagascar, I was asking to two friends of mine where I could enjoy a beautiful sea and a relaxing atmosphere to have some days of rest during my trip. They said - you don’t have to miss this bay and you have to go to Andrea’s guesthouse -

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  • Moeraki Boulders: Are These Alien Eggs?

    written by vicuna on 2011-01-06 #places
    Moeraki Boulders: Are These Alien Eggs?

    The Moeraki Boulders are one of the strangest geological stone formations I ever saw. It looks almost like some aliens landed on a beach and left behind some of their eggs to prepare for a future invasion of the earth. Is this the "Invasion of the Body Snatchers"???

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  • Discovering The Marquesas Archipelago (part 2): Nuku Hiva

    written by vicuna on 2010-04-11 #places
    Discovering The Marquesas Archipelago (part 2): Nuku Hiva

    After the short transit on Rangiroa (see previous location) we finally arrive on Nuku Hiva, the main island of the Marquesas archipelago. The exploration of this magic and beautiful part of the world called "Henua Enana" (that means "the land of men" in marquesian) can now begin!

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  • The Rock – Alcatraz Island

    written by floriansimon on 2010-06-04 #places
    The Rock – Alcatraz Island

    ”Break the rules and you go to prison, break the prison rules and you go to Alcatraz.” says a billboard inside the huge building complex. Take a thrilling trip to America's ex-prison.

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  • Road 99: the Southern Scenic Road of New Zealand

    written by vicuna on 2011-01-09 #places
    Road 99: the Southern Scenic Road of New Zealand

    The Southern Scenic Road or Road 99 is the southernmost road you can take in New Zealand. The landscapes are absolutely stunning and you'll reach the most southern point of this country. In front of you is nothing more than the wide sea and far, far away is the south pole.

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  • Life's a Beach

    written by webo29 on 2011-01-12 #places
    Life's a Beach

    Lots of photos and a short writeup about one of the most popular beaches in Malta. If you've ever been to Malta in the summer season, it's highly likely that you took some of its sand back home in your shoe - and a lot of unforgettable memories to remember it by.

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  • Discovering the Marquesas archipelago (part 3): Hiva Oa

    written by vicuna on 2010-04-16 #places
    Discovering the Marquesas archipelago (part 3): Hiva Oa

    Hiva Oa is another stunning island of the Marquesas archipelago and has something very special: 2 worldwide known european artists decided to live their last years on this island and today they're buried side by side in the cemetary of Atuona. I'm talking about the famous painter Paul Gauguin and the fascinating poet and singer Jacques Brel...

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  • Summer Hot Spots: Bahía de Cata, Venezuela

    written by le_ors on 2013-08-17 #places
    Summer Hot Spots: Bahía de Cata, Venezuela

    Maracay is my hometown, and since I was a little girl there's a landscape there that has always been my partner... the sight of Bahía de Cata.

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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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  • Golden Gate Bridge (San Francisco, CA)

    written by jblaze823 on 2009-07-18 #places
    Golden Gate Bridge  (San Francisco, CA)

    The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco is one of the most iconic bridges in the world.

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  • Rio - Niteroi Bridge: The Most Beautiful Exit of Rio de Janeiro

    written by raissuli on 2009-10-02 #places
    Rio - Niteroi Bridge: The Most Beautiful Exit of Rio de Janeiro

    Between the cities of Rio de Janeiro and the sister city of Niteroi, there is a bridge. The view is really astonishing, mostly at morning and sunset, when is possible to see the bay glowing red, blue or green.

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  • Castle and Hill of Mt Boron, Nice

    written by vicuna on 2009-06-22 #places
    Castle  and Hill of Mt Boron, Nice

    Do you love castles? Do you love places where you can have breathtaking panoramic views over the sea? Do you ove parcs where you can walk during hours far away from the city and the urban noise? I really do love all this, so let's go to discover the Castle and hill of Mt Boron, near of Nice! :))

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  • Arrifana's Beach

    written by sprofishgel on 2011-06-12 #places
    Arrifana's Beach

    Longing for a road trip? The traditional itinerary of summer in Portugal always takes young Portuguese people to the outstanding Alentejo Coast. As the star and one of the main beaches that you cannot miss is Arrifana Beach.

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  • Potsdam: A Piece of Culture

    written by caroni on 2011-04-27 #places
    Potsdam: A Piece of Culture

    In early January 2011 I bought a Diana F + Edelweiss. This is a short report on a piece of Potsdam and shooting my second film, Lomography Color Negative 800

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  • The Grafskaja Quay (Sevastopol)

    written by louvetau on 2008-10-04 #places
    The Grafskaja Quay (Sevastopol)

    The Grafskaja Quay (a wharf or reinforced bank where ships are loaded and unloaded) is in the center of the city, on the southern part of the Sevastopol Bay. In June 1783, it was created from masonry stones under the license of D. Seniavin. In 1787 with the arrival Ekaterina II, the quay was equipped with modern amenities and was officially name Ekateriniskaia.

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  • Cornwall’s Forgotten Corner Part 1: Whitsand Bay

    written by simonh82 on 2012-02-06 #places
    Cornwall’s Forgotten Corner Part 1: Whitsand Bay

    Cornwall is surely one of the busiest tourist destinations in Britain. Miles of sandy beaches and rocky coves, picturesque fishing villages, and serious surf spots see to that. But there is a forgotten corner of Cornwall overlooked by many tourists on their way to the Newquay or St Ives. Whitsand Bay is one part of it.

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  • Spinola Bay

    written by webo29 on 2011-04-07 #places
    Spinola Bay

    Take a quick walk along Malta's Spinola Bay together with Webo29.

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  • Mistra Bay

    written by webo29 on 2011-04-24 #places
    Mistra Bay

    Webo29 explains how he spent many a happy childhood day at Mistra. Today, many years later, he returns with more facial hair and his Lomo Fisheye 2.