In a world inhabited by a community that knows that time has become a very precious and desired object, we all dream of pausing our alien rhythms for some time.
Imagine being able to park our work, social and family life for a year and allow luxury such as parking, carrying a bag and having a pleasant company to travel the world through some of its most beautiful and barbaric places.
Martha Gulesa And Jack Bolshaw They are two lucky adventurers, they have time on their hands and invest it in traveling and photographing the most impressive corners of the planet.
These are Passengers They met below the Cotobaxi volcano in the mountains of Ecuador. They soon shared their passion and their experiences in photographing the summits and began to plan an adventure together.
They started with the Amazon rainforest and explored the southern Alps of New Zealand, the Tasmania of Australia, the European Alps, the mountains of Iceland and finally the Canadian Rockies where these stunning views were taken.
They describe the extreme conditions they went through: “As we completed the 1,000-kilometer trail, our leg muscles strengthened and the hikes turned our calves into stones, and our minds were hardened by the extreme conditions we faced.”
“We climbed to the top of the mountains at night to see the sunrise, we were late to see the sunset, and we drove almost 4,000 km on a long weekend to catch the aurora. We had 40+ degrees for days, and we bravely faced the temperature approaching minus 50.”
Despite the stories they tell and the setbacks they face, they will reluctantly repeat the experience and their photo gallery wants us to stop and live, but to live truly.
Martha Gulesa: Instagram
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