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I love that picture. The defocussed parts make it look kind of trashy, but, somehow, it also turns back time. It’s a double-exposure and I wanted to capture the same scenery twice, but time-lagged on one picture. Well, I didn’t quite succeed, which makes it...

So, this has probably been the hardest challenge so far. Clear lines? Ugh, so not me. Geometry in my lomographs? Almost non-existent. The decorations are perhaps a bit distracting (maybe it’s more symmetry than geometry...

[The sign reads Welcome to California.] Yes, very foreign. But I like the themed welcome signs in the U.S. (This is 1 picture, shot with my Lomography Supersampler.) By the way, please bear with me for upcoming posts, I just moved flats and am currently without online...

I thought it was time for another double-exposure! The buildings on the left and right are of course the silhouettes, but if you look closely, you can see the 'little' boat on the river and that the sky is not actually the sky but the...

For some reason, during my teenage years, I always got presents that involved either rubber duckies or smiley faces, or both, for my birthday. So by the time I'd turned 18, I had quite the collection...

It happened. The meet & greet with Snow Patrol really happened. Did it happen? Originally, I wanted to wait with this post until I got some more pictures from the other meet & greet winners, but I just had to write this now before the memories will start to fade! I'm afraid that in another month or so it'll be like Snowparole - who? (: As much as I was looking forward to meeting them, I also dreaded THE moment. The moment before the concert, the moment before going backstage, the moment before meeting the band. Woah.

Here I was, staying up all night to take some surreal shots of the day that never ends. Midsummer-feeling was supposed be on here today. At least that’s what I thought until the rain set in with big black clouds covering the still blue sky....

Back in my day (ages really:), when I started travelling, there weren't many, if any, blogs around that could have provided me with useful, first-hand tips about any of my future destinations, or even influenced me on the choice of country itself. Times have certainly changed...