Tag: deutschland

  • Lomography at the Photokina 2014

    written by efrost on 2014-09-12 #news
    Lomography at the Photokina 2014

    As if there weren't already enough reasons to get yourself to the Photokina, Lomography's at it again... literally. This year, we're taking our stand back to the photography trade show spectacle and would love to see you all there!

  • Johannisfriedhof Nuremberg

    written by lomodirk on 2010-10-13 #places
    Johannisfriedhof Nuremberg

    One of the oldest cemeteries in Nuremberg. The Johannisfriedhof was founded round about the 10th/11th century. In that time the small village of Johannis wasn´t part of the city of Nuremberg...

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  • We are looking for sales staff for the Lomography Gallery Store BERLIN

    written by graefin on 2009-10-20 #news
    We are looking for sales staff for the Lomography Gallery Store BERLIN

    We are looking for sales staff for 20 – 40 hours/week at the Lomography Gallery Store Berlin and we are seeking motivated sales people to represent our brand!

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  • German lingo experts wanted

    written by somapic on 2008-10-31 #news
    German lingo experts wanted

    Dear Community,

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  • LomoWeekend 2014

    written by stellastellar on 2014-02-16 #news
    LomoWeekend 2014

    Rumors were afloat, but is it really happening at last? Brace yourselves for the Lomo Weekend 2014 in Kassel, Germany.

  • Catch Some Sun in the Korean Garden of Frankfurt!

    written by xxxanderrr on 2011-04-27 #places
    Catch Some Sun in the Korean Garden of Frankfurt!

    Back in 2005, the city of Frankfurt has been presented with a wonderful gift from the Republic of Korea - a real Korean garden! It is a wonderful place to discover among the jungle of skyscrapers known as the Frankfurt Skyline.

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  • Prittlbach - Outback

    written by stinketier on 2009-06-28 #places
    Prittlbach - Outback

    My Hometown. Here I grew up, ate sand, hurt my knees and so on. It's place nearby Munich, but far enough away to be on the countryside. I'm always coming back to my hometown for visiting my parents. I love it to go for a walk on the fields and watch the clouds and the trees. It's perfect for a sunny but also for a "snowy" day.

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  • Zugspitze: A View from the Top

    written by lomodirk on 2010-11-17 #places
    Zugspitze: A View from the Top

    A spontaneous trip to the top of Germany. It took us awhile to get there but with enough effort, we were finally able to see the spectacular view from the top. Zugspitze, the highest mountain in the country truly is a worthwhile place to visit whether you're into the outdoors or not.

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  • Hamburg Harbour

    written by kitde on 2011-07-17 #places
    Hamburg Harbour

    The Harbour/Port of Hamburg - a photo opportunity not to be missed!

  • The Other Night at the Mine Zollverein: Essen Aglow!

    written by moodification on 2012-08-14 #places
    The Other Night at the Mine Zollverein: Essen Aglow!

    Every summer since 2001, the "Night of Industrial Culture" happens as part of the event, "extra shift". Throughout the German Ruhr industrial sites, dumps and former coal mines are turned into major cultural venues and transformed by artists with light installations, live music, and dance performances. This year I loaded my Lubitel 166 + and checked it out.

  • Düsseldorf Flingern

    written by stinketier on 2008-11-17 #places
    Düsseldorf Flingern

    Flingern is a small part of the city Düsseldorf in Germany. It's very nice there, small cafés, great shops for gifts or clothing's, and many graffitis.

  • The Golzheim Cemetery: A Park Reminiscent of a Horror Movie

    written by chaotic4life on 2011-06-08 #places
    The Golzheim Cemetery: A Park Reminiscent of a Horror Movie

    Since I've (re)discovered analogue photography, I surprise myself more often than not, walking aimlessly through my hometown of Dusseldorf. I don’t think I need to explain how your perception of your surroundings changes through the viewfinder. On one of my last trips a few weeks ago I, in the truest sense of the word, stumbled across one of Düsseldorf's significant treasures, the historic cemetery of Golzheim. With its ancient, weathered monuments and poplar-lined paths and trails, it offers visitors a sight reminiscent of a Hitchcock movie.