29. Iron Illinois

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Don’t mess with Illinois. It’s the 5th most populous state, the home of Chicago, and the land of Lincoln. Above all, Illinois is a place with a drive that is tenacious enough to sustain the audacious dreams that it forges. Located in the heart of the Midwest, this state is America’s true backbone.
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I Love People: 5,000 Miles, 930 People, 162 Seconds

This video is flippin’ sweeet.

The Traveling Havaianas

Here’s another viral video that makes me miss travelling once again and meeting new people from different parts of the world.

This guy Benjamin Jenks of adventuresauce.com had a travel dream of hitchhiking around the USA for a year.

He wanted to meet people from all walks of life and learn about the world through a simple adventure.

The video took 3 months to shoot and 2 years to create. So here’s what he came up with:

I Love People: 5,000 Miles, 930 People, 162 Seconds from Benjamin Jenks on Vimeo.

What do you think of hitchhiking and solo traveling? I’ve encountered a number of travelers who have done that and I still haven’t mustered the courage to do solo travel, at the least.

I’ll come up with a blog entry on that in my next posts… 🙂

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28. Oregon’s Out There

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Meet Oregon. She Flies With Her Own Wings. As far as mottos go, I can attest that this is one of the more truthful ones. She does fly with her own wings, and she’s beautiful like no other state. To live in Oregon is to be free. A little weird, but really, really free. Buy Prints Here.

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7 Days Of Rest & Relaxation [INFOGRAPHIC]

Behind The Scenes Of Tourism New Zealand (Case Study)

Really interesting post. Worth reading.

Aurora Islandica – a Northern Lights Timelapse

Great Post. Awesome Video


My favorite time-lapse Aurora Borealis. I watch this over and over and never get me bored. I’ve put this video on my iPod and usually watch it before sleep, so I can have a beautiful night dreams. I am obsessed!

This video is by Agust Ingvarsson. This is what he said about his work:

This is my first attempt at a timelapse sequence. This was shot from December 2010 to March 2011 in Iceland. When I started this project I was hoping to get more footage but the weather has been difficult, there has been a dense cloud cover here almost every day since last christmas.

This is inspired by Tor Even´s awesome aurora timelapse: vimeo.com/16917950

I recommend going full-screen and speakers/headphones turned way up!

Images imported into Lightroom and tweaked, exported to jpeg and then into Quicktime Pro(thanks to Philip Bloom for making an excellent tutorial).

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