Tag: stone

  • Lindoso, History and Nature

    written by -alia- on 2011-02-15 #places
    Lindoso, History and Nature

    Located in the interior north of Portugal, Lindoso is a small and rural village near the Spanish border about 4km. It’s a place stuck back in time filled with history and amazing landscapes that makes it a part of the National Park Peneda-Gerês.

  • How to Develop Photos on Stone in a Darkroom

    written by tomas_bates on 2016-02-17 #gear #tutorials
    How to Develop Photos on Stone in a Darkroom

    I have always loved the idea of seeing my photos on stone and other natural materials. So, a few months ago, I began googling how it could be done. This is how I discovered (and fell in love with) liquid emulsion. Liquid emulsion is photographic emulsion which you can melt down and paint on any surface. You can then expose an image and develop it using traditional darkroom chemicals. In this article, I would like to explain the process a little, so that if you are also interested in giving this fun process a go, you can!

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  • Šibenik, a Town Set in Stone

    written by marinam on 2011-01-20 #places
    Šibenik, a Town Set in Stone

    I dare you to go get a map of Europe and try find my hometown on it. Find Italy and its Adriatic coast. Now, go to the opposite coast and you will find the most beautiful region of Croatia - Dalmatia! Šibenik, my hometown, is situated right there! Welcome!

  • York Minster

    written by hanspan on 2009-08-18 #places
    York Minster

    York Minster, built, demolished, built, covered in scaffolding... restored :) (hopefully!)

  • Angkor Wat: Kingdom of Wonder

    written by weechonghooi on 2011-12-28 #places
    Angkor Wat: Kingdom of Wonder

    This is not the first location feature of Angkor Wat here in Lomography but I would still love to share my experience of traveling to Angkor Wat, instead of just saying a story about Angkor Wat.

  • Summer in Bulgaria: The Stone Forest (Pobiti Kamani)

    written by kneehigh85 on 2012-10-23 #places
    Summer in Bulgaria: The Stone Forest (Pobiti Kamani)

    This summer, I was lucky enough to spend two weeks touring around Bulgaria with three other people in a brand new Chevy! Over the next few articles, I am going to share with you some of my photos from that trip, place by place. The Stone Forest is a natural landmark located in the Varna Province.

  • Flüelapass Davos, Switzerland

    written by furano on 2010-04-23 #places
    Flüelapass Davos, Switzerland

    In the alps - if you want to get from one valley to another - you have to drive through a tunnel. But if you want to have some nice and lovely pics on your rolls after crossing the mountains, enjoy a ride over a pass - for example the Flüelapass in Davos.

  • Castelo de Pombal, Portugal

    written by afd_lsi on 2010-05-01 #places
    Castelo de Pombal, Portugal

    Pombal is a small city located in the center of Portugal where you can find a Castle that has a new steel constrution over the old stone.

  • The Tower of Hercules (La Coruña – Spain)

    written by jaalvarez on 2009-10-28 #places
    The Tower of Hercules (La Coruña – Spain)

    Wohhh !!! It is almost 1900 years old, and is the oldest Roman lighthouse still used !!! And you can see it FOR FREE !!!!

  • The Old City Of Jerusalem

    written by dudizm on 2009-10-03 #places
    The Old City Of Jerusalem

    Archeological research never ends in Jerusalem, you can see big tents everywhere protecting the searchers working. The city is so full of details and things to see than just 1 lomo location is not enough. I will make more specific location next time. Kotel Wailing Wall Streets Gates people churches.

  • The Castle of Drena (La Rocca di Drena)

    written by azurblue on 2009-06-12 #places
    The Castle of Drena (La Rocca di Drena)

    Visit Drena's castle, a restored fourteenth-century castle, 15 km north to Lake Garda and go back to the Middle Ages.

  • Location of the Week

    written by silvergwen on 2009-02-18 #news

    Check out this weeks top analogue destination. Situated in the Greek archipelago, this dream island is so perfect that the Lomographer who shared this tips at first had doubts in doing so!

  • Ta Prohm: Amazing Roots and Trees

    written by weechonghooi on 2011-11-26 #places
    Ta Prohm: Amazing Roots and Trees

    This is about a visit to a kingdom of wonder called "Ta Prohm" located in Seam Reap, Cambodia. Ta Prohm, is the one temple that painted my impression the most during my visit to Cambodia. It was a backpacking free and easy trip. So I did not read much about this temple and I could not explain much of its history. However, I could tell you guys how amazing this place is.

  • Frank Lloyd Wright's Falling Water

    written by jennay_jean on 2009-11-16 #places
    Frank Lloyd Wright's Falling Water

    World renowned architectural masterpiece and National Historic Site designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

  • Pontevedra (Spain): A Stone City

    written by jaalvarez on 2009-08-13 #places
    Pontevedra (Spain): A Stone City

    The Old Town of Pontevedra is one of the best preserved in Galicia, so is the Old Town of Santiago de Compostela, and unquestionable witness of the medieval splendor, when Pontevedra was deeply connected to the sea.

  • O Berbés: A Seaside Neighborhood

    written by jaalvarez on 2009-07-18 #places
    O Berbés: A Seaside Neighborhood

    200 years ago, the water of the Ría de Vigo, was coming to a beach placed to the feet of the little houses that today we see full of restaurants, banks and the richest pastry shop!

  • One with Nature: Monasterio de Piedra

    written by marieta on 2012-08-07
    One with Nature: Monasterio de Piedra

    As I said in the first part, lately, my breaks tend to be accompanied by nature and far from big cities. It's what I have all day. In this second part, we go further to the North, specifically, to the Monasterio de Piedra in Nuévalos, a small town in the province of Zaragoza (Spain).

  • Sculpture Park Carlucci Land

    written by stezmatic on 2009-11-09 #places
    Sculpture Park Carlucci Land

    I recently returned to my hometown of Wellington, New Zealand after four years of living in London to find my neighbour had become a sort of local celebrity. I just had to capture this on film!