Roma & Natalia - Travelers. Photographers. Storytellers.
We quit our jobs and sold everything. We are looking for our own path.

Post cards from Mount Rushmore

Post cards from Mount Rushmore

While in South Dakota we drove by the gigantic Mount Rushmore monument to four of our former presidents. The monument is free but they charge for parking, but the Granite Presidents hewn out of the mountain are so huge, you can easily see and appreciate from the road. We skipped going inside, took some photos [...]

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“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life”

“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life”

Steve Job’s death really saddened me. And not just because the world has lost an extraordinary human being – gone at such a young age of 56 but because it’s yet another reminder of how short and unpredictable our lives are. I especially love this quote by Steve Jobs: “Remembering that you are going to [...]

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We tried to be famous…

We tried to be famous…

OK not really, but we did try to make a video for consideration to be a part of the in studio class for a creativeLive in Seattle. CreativeLive broadcasts workshops and classes related to photography to an internet audience, hosted by widely known photographers and creative professionals. This one is going to be taught by [...]

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On the Road – Montana

On the Road – Montana

Montana is the third least populated state with about 7 people per square mile (behind Wyoming and Alaska). The grass plains go on forever between great mountain ranges. The continental divide splits the state into eastern prairie and the mountainous west. We drive on two lane highways, where the speed limit is 75, but it [...]

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Interior, South Dakota – pop. 67

Interior, South Dakota – pop. 67

Right next to Badlands National Park is the little city of Interior, South Dakota. When the GPS told us to head towards “Interior”, it seemed that it was just a designation of an area like “Inside the Beltway” in DC. Only when we passed the green road sign with the name of the town did [...]

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Badlands National Park

Badlands National Park

Midwest is another world. Distances are measured by the odometer at the same regular intervals, but the eye sees something else, time feels different, the world IS bigger than you imagine. We drove through Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota and South Dakota to get to Badlands. Listening to NPR radio most of the way, a mix of [...]

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Toronto restaurants we liked

Toronto restaurants we liked

For anyone who knows us, we like nice restaurants and good wine. Usually we are not after snooty or super expensive places, just a decent place with good wine and preferably a table outside. Part of the excitement of visiting big cities is finding some cool little restaurant that the locals go to. Just like [...]

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Why We Travel?

Why We Travel?

An insight into our life and travelling and how this trip is different.

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Montreal Gay Pride Parade 2011

Montreal Gay Pride Parade 2011

Watch a short video of highlights from the Montreal Gay Pride Parade 2011.

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