Tag: coast

  • Analogue Girl About Town: Now that I’m 30, I’ve become painfully aware of my own mortality

    written by blueskyandhardrock on 2013-01-28
    Analogue Girl About Town: Now that I’m 30, I’ve become painfully aware of my own mortality

    I had this week’s article written and ready for publishing two weeks before my deadline but a lot has happened since then so I decided to write an entirely different article, one that would be more fitting. I also dusted off my trusty Mamiya C330 so I could capture the sense of this piece on film.

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  • Coast, Mountain & Jungle LomoWall Rumble

    written by sumsi on 2011-04-01 #news
    Coast, Mountain & Jungle LomoWall Rumble

    So here we are… finally Lomography arrived in Peru! After some fantastic workshops we are now planning the first Lomowall Peru has seen! Help us to make this LomoWall unforgettable for all visitors and we'll reward you with some piggies.

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  • Analogue Girl About Town: Textures the Analogue Way

    written by blueskyandhardrock on 2013-04-18
    Analogue Girl About Town: Textures the Analogue Way

    I have been a busy bee this past week. I'm in the middle of a collaboration with my boyfriend -- our first collaboration ever -- which I will hopefully feature here next week, and I've been looking for fresh photo ideas here on Lomography and also on Flickr.

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  • Perfect Combination: The Diana, the T64, and the Coast

    written by blueskyandhardrock on 2013-02-27
    Perfect Combination: The Diana, the T64, and the Coast

    There are films and cameras that are simply and clearly made for each other and the photographs they produce together are just pure poetry.

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  • The Big South

    written by blueskyandhardrock on 2013-03-08 #places
    The Big South

    The massive and powerful waves of the Pacific and the jagged rocks at the bottom of the California coast constantly meet with such intensity and force.

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  • LomoWall Exhibition in Lima

    written by sumsi on 2011-05-25 #news
    LomoWall Exhibition in Lima

    We proudly invite you to the first Lomography exhibition in Peru. More than 4.000 pictures, 3 workshops and a great opening party, what are you waiting for?

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  • Canadian Vignettes: Coast to Coast Rumble

    written by lomography-to on 2012-06-04 #news
    Canadian Vignettes: Coast to Coast Rumble

    Want to show off your Lomography photos in our Gallery? Want to prove you have the best analogue photo in all of Canada? We want your Canadian vignettes that represent your city from coast to coast! Show us what your city means to you and submit your best photos. In this competition, the 13 finalists' images will be part of our National Exhibition for the month of July.

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  • Fishing Village Along Paranaque Coast

    written by renenob on 2011-10-19 #places
    Fishing Village Along Paranaque Coast

    The sun sets behind a beautiful, quiet fishing community in Paranaque City, Philippines.

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  • Milfontes's Shore (Portugal)

    written by bravopires on 2009-03-29 #places
    Milfontes's Shore (Portugal)

    If you are in Lisbon, Portugal, go south -- well, you can go either north or east, but go south -- along the Atlantic Ocean coast, until Sines, which is an interesting town by the ocean. Then -- don´t you forget it -- take the rough road just near the sea, until Milfontes.

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  • Luca's Postcards: Sicily with Lomo'Instant Wide

    written by pan_dre on 2016-08-24
    Luca's Postcards: Sicily with Lomo'Instant Wide

    Honest Magazine founder and photographer Luca-Mercedes Stemer took the Lomo'Instant Wide with her on the beautiful coast of Sicily. This is the postcard we received from her.

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  • Analogue Girl About Town: A Little Slice of Heaven

    written by blueskyandhardrock on 2013-02-13 #places
    Analogue Girl About Town: A Little Slice of Heaven

    Up on the Pacific Coast Highway, where the wild sea meets the peaceful cliffs, is the El Matador Beach, one proof that Los Angeles is far from the obnoxious city it has come to be known as.

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  • Big Utrish, Just a Paradise!!!!

    written by life_on_mars on 2009-10-26 #places
    Big Utrish, Just a Paradise!!!!

    In the language of the ancient inhabitants of these places Utrish - a landslide formed in the earthquake. According to legend, it is here that Zeus struck by lightning in the ground, bound Prometheus to a rock formed as a punishment for that Prometheus stole fire from the gods and gave it to people.

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  • Vitória, Brazil

    written by treehugger419 on 2009-10-15 #places
    Vitória, Brazil

    Vitória, the state capital of Espito Santo, is a city full of colors, excitement, and lots of people.

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  • Cape Cross - The Home of The Seals

    written by disdis on 2009-07-10 #places
    Cape Cross - The Home of The Seals

    800,000 seals shouting is a scene you cannot avoid shooting.

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  • Journey to the Edge of the World: Cape Wrath, Scotland

    written by blanches_nickelodeon on 2012-09-11 #places
    Journey to the Edge of the World: Cape Wrath, Scotland

    The northwest corner of Europe, Cape Wrath in Scotland. In medieval times, this was the untamed and inhospitable boundary of man's knowledge of Earth. The Edge of The World. Today, it is one of the most beautiful places on the planet...on a good day.

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  • Wlotzkas Baken - The Fishermen Houses

    written by disdis on 2009-10-10 #places
    Wlotzkas Baken - The Fishermen Houses

    When you are almost near Swakopmund, following the road of the coast frm Hentiesbaai, just in the middle ofthe desert, you see some colours on the horizon. There, you'll find the most strange village you'll probably see in your life

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  • Spring Break Getaways: Short Flight to the Turkish Sun

    written by sandravo on 2013-04-18 #places
    Spring Break Getaways: Short Flight to the Turkish Sun

    If you want to take that well-deserved break and actually spend it relaxing and enjoying in the sun, you better play safe and head southwards. Only a 3-hour flight from Brussels, the beautiful Turkish coast is the perfect choice for a spring break getaway!

  • Along the Oregon Coast, Cannon Beach, and Haystack Rock

    written by kdstevens on 2010-11-10 #places
    Along the Oregon Coast, Cannon Beach, and Haystack Rock

    Highway US 101 parallels the coast of Oregon, sometimes only a few meters from the breaking waves and never more than a few kilometers distant and as the Oregon Coast is generally considered to be among the most beautiful in the world, the drive along US 101 is an epic road trip. July of this summer my wife and I, along with our two dogs, loaded up our classic 1988 motor home and spent several days exploring the Oregon Coast. Among the most spectacular of the sights was Haystack Rock, located in Cannon Beach.

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  • Summer Hot Spots: As Catedrais Beach

    written by marta1901 on 2013-06-13 #places
    Summer Hot Spots: As Catedrais Beach

    Summer days are about to come! Have you already chosen a destination? Well, if you haven't because you were too busy lately, maybe you could have a look at my recommendation: the Beach of the Cathedrals! It is one of the most magnificent beaches you can find in the north coast of Spain.

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  • The Land Down Under: Australia Day on the NSW South Coast!

    written by jojo8785 on 2013-01-17 #places
    The Land Down Under: Australia Day on the NSW South Coast!

    For Australia Day in 2012, we had a big celebration in a local park – lots of food, drinks, esky’s, sea baths, flags, sun-baking, rain-dancing, music, laughter, and most importantly cricket -- and this year we intend on doing it all over again!

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  • Paragliding in Lima

    written by jonathansajoux on 2011-11-08 #places
    Paragliding in Lima

    Want to fly? Have you ever dreamed that you flew around the world as if you had super powers? Ever watched Superman and wondered how things would look from above? I'm talking about listening to the wind that hits your body, lifts you higher, and allows you to see the world from another perspective. An unforgettable experience: Paragliding.

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  • SwissAir Flight 111 Memorial

    written by dirklancer on 2009-06-24 #places
    SwissAir Flight 111 Memorial

    On September 2nd, 1998 Swissair Flight 111 crashed into the Atlantic Ocean 8 kilometres from the shore, between the quiet and picturesque fishing/tourist communities of Peggys Cove and Bayswater, Nova Scotia. All 229 men, women, and children on board died.

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  • Point Reyes National Seashore

    written by tnzzz on 2009-04-01 #places
    Point Reyes National Seashore

    Took advantage of one of the first warm days of March to drive to the Northern California Coast.

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  • Artscape in Baltimore, MD

    written by ipdegirl on 2009-10-05 #places
    Artscape in Baltimore, MD

    One of the largest free arts festivals in the country, Artscape is held every summer in Baltimore, MD and is full of lomographic picture-taking moments.

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  • Holga in Newport Beach, CA

    written by greatwhite on 2009-01-11 #places
    Holga in Newport Beach, CA

    It amazes me now, in retrospect, that I spent seventeen years of adolescence waiting for the day when I could leave my hometown of Newport Beach, California. Ten years later I recently spent a month back in the place that I was raised and now wonder how I ever took such a place of beauty for granted. Sea, sand, surf and surfers: Newport Beach is truly a place unlike any other.

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  • Spring Fling Series 1: Norah Head Lighthouse

    written by erinwoodgatesphotography on 2012-03-26 #places
    Spring Fling Series 1: Norah Head Lighthouse

    There is a place about an hour-and-a-half north of Sydney, Australia that I call "home". This new series will highlight a bunch of romantic locations that if you ever come to visit, you should definitely check out, especially if the weather is good, like in spring!

  • Punta Galea, a Walk to Remember

    written by drame on 2011-02-22 #places
    Punta Galea, a Walk to Remember

    In the Biscay Coast (northern Spain) there is a long walk built on the cliffs. Mixing the mountain and the beach, here you can enjoy a walk to remember. Sounds interesting? Come on, enjoy it!

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  • Blackpool Promenade

    written by joejee on 2010-04-14 #places
    Blackpool Promenade

    This stretch of coastline has felt many-a-tourist's sandals/bare feet trot along it in the past. But is it really the same today as it was back when it was popular? Or is it even the same as it's portrayed on the tele? Having been a regular visitor since I was a child, I think not. But the important question is, does it still have that special something about it?

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  • Carmel-by-the-Sea

    written by carmenism on 2011-04-12 #places
    Carmel-by-the-Sea

    Carmel-by-the-Sea was named Carmel by a Carmelite friar named Sebastian Vizcaino after his patron saint, Our Lady of Mount Carmel. Being a Carmen and knowing my name is originally a diminutive form of Carmel, which was made into a name as an homage to Our Lady of Mount Carmel, I had to visit Carmel-by-the-Sea of course. (Try saying all of that two times fast...) However, you do not need to be named Carmen to enjoy Carmel-by-the-Sea!

  • Ogden Point Breakwater Walkway

    written by dirklancer on 2008-10-30 #places
    Ogden Point Breakwater Walkway

    Ogden Point is located at the entrance to Victoria's Inner Harbor, and serves as the major deep water port for the city. Visiting Naval Vessels and Cruise ships dock here regularly.

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