These Photos Combine Some of the World's Most Beautiful Places

How Far From Home

What do you do with 14,000 travel photos? Well this of course...

You guys may remember our Antipodes Project from a few months back…if you don’t, you can check it out here. Although we are still hoping to complete that project (and publish it right here for your viewing pleasure), we are finding it incredibly difficult to retrieve pics from certain parts of the world *ahem, Ulan Ude*.

But we will not fret!

We shall continue and persevere (and hopefully complete our collection sometime soon), but in the meantime, we thought we’d use our own pics for a project (and we’re not just talking about our Instagram pics), hoping to show how incredibly beautiful (and similar) our world is – at least in our humble opinion.

Below is a collection of fantasy images we created after coming home and browsing through the 14,000 photos on our hard drives (yes, FOUR-TEEN-THOOOOOOUSAND).

TOWER BRIDGE IN LONDON VS BROOKLYN BRIDGE IN NEW YORK


BRYCE CANYON IN USA VS THE DOLOMITES IN ITALY

ALBERTA IN CANADA VS JÄRPEN IN SWEDEN

SUMMERTIME IN ICELAND VS WINTERTIME IN GERMANY

BANFF NATIONAL PARK IN CANADA VS TSITSIKAMMA NATIONAL PARK IN SOUTH AFRICA


FORESTS IN NORWAY VS FORESTS IN JAPAN


THE ALPS IN AUSTRIA VS THE DRAKENSBERG IN SOUTH AFRICA


SYDNEY FLORA IN AUSTRALIA VS BALI FLORA IN INDONESIA

SUNRISE ON VANCOUVER ISLAND IN CANADA VS SUNRISE ON POROS ISLAND IN GREECE

LAKE TEKAPO IN NEW ZEALAND VS LAKE WOLFGANG IN AUSTRIA

SOSSUSVLEI IN NAMIBIA VS OTAGO IN NEW ZEALAND


Published: August 12, 2017

How Far From Home

We quit our 9-5 to see how far we could travel, now teaching peeps to do the same 🌍 If we're posting, we're still alive 😄

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