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Reasons why you should also try landscape photography! With @voyageandphoto / "My name is Marc Heptig and I am based near Heidelberg, Germany. When I was 9 years old I grabbed a camera for the first time and as I grew older I began to discover different styles of photography.

Eventually I visited important cities around Europe such as Rome or Barcelona where I had the opportunity to practice with my first compact camera. Getting to know my camera and learning how to use the manual settings was fascinating to me. As I progressed and gained control over my camera, I decided to go one step further and invest in a DSLR camera.

Ever since I have been driven by travel and photography, especially since I created my Instagram account in 2017. As a result I visited the Swiss Alps the same year. This trip fulfilled my deepest desires as a landscape photographer.

So, why do I love so much travel and photography today?

Well, for me it is important to have fun in life - I really enjoy exploring new places and capturing their beauty for eternity - this just seems magical to me! Furthermore, photography can be very challenging sometimes, which is the reason why it never gets boring!

Searching for new spots, perspectives, and edits is so exciting. I’m always on the search to create that one composition, and this journey will never end. To witness these unique moments, such as standing in front of Germany’s highest mountain with the beautiful Eibsee in the foreground at sunrise, makes you feel so alive! Moreover, to inspire and meet other photographers and the fact that there are some people which enjoy my photography, motivates me to continue with my work.

Overall, I want to create and post the best content possible and inspire other people to go out and enjoy the world’s endless beauty. Of course, I hope my audience enjoy the photos and I can entertain them.

The major emotion, which I want to convey, is happiness. The happiness I feel when I am at a beautiful location, enjoying the first sun rays and inhaling the fresh air. That is the happiness that the spectator also will feel if he or she goes outdoors!" Special greetings to @voyageandphoto! #nomadict

Reasons why you should also try landscape photography! With @voyageandphoto / "My name is Marc Heptig and I am based near Heidelberg, Germany. When I was 9 years old I grabbed a camera for the first time and as I grew older I began to discover different styles of photography. Eventually I visited important cities around Europe such as Rome or Barcelona where I had the opportunity to practice with my first compact camera. Getting to know my camera and learning how to use the manual settings was fascinating to me. As I progressed and gained control over my camera, I decided to go one step further and invest in a DSLR camera. Ever since I have been driven by travel and photography, especially since I created my Instagram account in 2017. As a result I visited the Swiss Alps the same year. This trip fulfilled my deepest desires as a landscape photographer. So, why do I love so much travel and photography today? Well, for me it is important to have fun in life - I really enjoy exploring new places and capturing their beauty for eternity - this just seems magical to me! Furthermore, photography can be very challenging sometimes, which is the reason why it never gets boring! Searching for new spots, perspectives, and edits is so exciting. I’m always on the search to create that one composition, and this journey will never end. To witness these unique moments, such as standing in front of Germany’s highest mountain with the beautiful Eibsee in the foreground at sunrise, makes you feel so alive! Moreover, to inspire and meet other photographers and the fact that there are some people which enjoy my photography, motivates me to continue with my work. Overall, I want to create and post the best content possible and inspire other people to go out and enjoy the world’s endless beauty. Of course, I hope my audience enjoy the photos and I can entertain them. The major emotion, which I want to convey, is happiness. The happiness I feel when I am at a beautiful location, enjoying the first sun rays and inhaling the fresh air. That is the happiness that the spectator also will feel if he or she goes outdoors!" Special greetings to @voyageandphoto ! #nomadict - 14 hours ago

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“I have always seen travel as the best education there is!” With @leighextra - Best of the week 27 at #nomadict / “I think both my passion for photography and travel have always been there. I'm an only child with parents who traveled and I was lucky that they took me with them. I was hooked from the get-go! Because I was the only young person around I absorbed a lot from adults and have always seen travel as the best education there is. I think traveling from a young age shaped me into the human I am now.

Today I travel to learn.

I think adventuring is the best way to become better people. When you go off the beaten track you meet strangers, hear stories and see beauty outside of your comfort zone. It is then when you can see and understand better not only the world, but yourself. So to me photography comes second after the actual experiences of travel.

Yet, I really enjoy capturing all these unique moments I collect along the way. As a teenager I was already curious about photography. Actually, I shot on film and learned my way around a darkroom.

When I share a photo it's because I like it, not necessarily because I expect the people who see it to feel a certain way. Depending on the person, their experiences or mood in that moment, their reaction will differ from one person to the next. Someone might connect with my image and understand what I'm trying to portray or someone might not and have their own separate feeling about it. I think that's really interesting!

I hope I can keep traveling for many more years to come and share some of those moments with all of you guys. Thanks to all the people that voted for me!” Congratulations @leighextra, now you access to the final prize, $500 in cash!

To enter our weekly challenge check ‘contest’ in our highlights section. If you also want to be featured you can follow us, tag us or use #nomadict in your posts!

“I have always seen travel as the best education there is!” With @leighextra - Best of the week 27 at #nomadict / “I think both my passion for photography and travel have always been there. I'm an only child with parents who traveled and I was lucky that they took me with them. I was hooked from the get-go! Because I was the only young person around I absorbed a lot from adults and have always seen travel as the best education there is. I think traveling from a young age shaped me into the human I am now. Today I travel to learn. I think adventuring is the best way to become better people. When you go off the beaten track you meet strangers, hear stories and see beauty outside of your comfort zone. It is then when you can see and understand better not only the world, but yourself. So to me photography comes second after the actual experiences of travel. Yet, I really enjoy capturing all these unique moments I collect along the way. As a teenager I was already curious about photography. Actually, I shot on film and learned my way around a darkroom. When I share a photo it's because I like it, not necessarily because I expect the people who see it to feel a certain way. Depending on the person, their experiences or mood in that moment, their reaction will differ from one person to the next. Someone might connect with my image and understand what I'm trying to portray or someone might not and have their own separate feeling about it. I think that's really interesting! I hope I can keep traveling for many more years to come and share some of those moments with all of you guys. Thanks to all the people that voted for me!” Congratulations @leighextra , now you access to the final prize, $500 in cash! To enter our weekly challenge check ‘contest’ in our highlights section. If you also want to be featured you can follow us, tag us or use #nomadict in your posts! - 2 days ago

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“The more extreme and hostile the landscapes are, the better I like it!” With @marc_outthere / “My name is Marc Haldeman and I am a Swiss landscape photographer and designer based out of Zurich, Switzerland. Over the past few years I have been dedicated to earning a Master’s degree in product design, as well as gaining professional experience in the field.

I certainly got my passion for traveling from my parents. As a family we would spend many holidays hiking and traveling. Initially, I had a compact camera to capture these moments on family holidays. I used it to purely document my travels but eventually I got really interested about photography, specially when I started to use my father’s old Sony SLR camera.

However, as time went on, I put the camera away and dedicated myself to design and architecture. Yet, I figured out that both travel and photography were essential to me. Achieving a balanced life is way easier when you combine both!

So, what you see in my photography nowadays is a result of these things. My photography portfolio showcases excerpts from landscapes, which are dedicated to spatial elements in nature with minimalist tendencies. It’s a combination of forms, colors, and structures that have become my passion. I am very fascinated by barren and solitary landscapes. The more extreme and hostile the landscapes are, the better I like it. The absence of human beings shows the environment in its purest form!

Above all, I want my photos to evoke a strong feeling of wanderlust and a fascination for our world. I hope my audience can see this in my latest work.

When I take pictures sometimes people come up to me and ask what I am doing here. Often the result is an exciting conversation about their place and I discover a view of things I would otherwise not experience as a “stranger.” It's great to be able to combine these little moments with my passion for photography. It is curiosity and passion that motivates me and I hope I can keep doing this for many more years to come!” 😊 Special greetings to @marc_outthere for sharing these amazing photos with us!

If you also want to be featured you can follow us, tag us or use #nomadict in your posts!

“The more extreme and hostile the landscapes are, the better I like it!” With @marc_outthere / “My name is Marc Haldeman and I am a Swiss landscape photographer and designer based out of Zurich, Switzerland. Over the past few years I have been dedicated to earning a Master’s degree in product design, as well as gaining professional experience in the field. I certainly got my passion for traveling from my parents. As a family we would spend many holidays hiking and traveling. Initially, I had a compact camera to capture these moments on family holidays. I used it to purely document my travels but eventually I got really interested about photography, specially when I started to use my father’s old Sony SLR camera. However, as time went on, I put the camera away and dedicated myself to design and architecture. Yet, I figured out that both travel and photography were essential to me. Achieving a balanced life is way easier when you combine both! So, what you see in my photography nowadays is a result of these things. My photography portfolio showcases excerpts from landscapes, which are dedicated to spatial elements in nature with minimalist tendencies. It’s a combination of forms, colors, and structures that have become my passion. I am very fascinated by barren and solitary landscapes. The more extreme and hostile the landscapes are, the better I like it. The absence of human beings shows the environment in its purest form! Above all, I want my photos to evoke a strong feeling of wanderlust and a fascination for our world. I hope my audience can see this in my latest work. When I take pictures sometimes people come up to me and ask what I am doing here. Often the result is an exciting conversation about their place and I discover a view of things I would otherwise not experience as a “stranger.” It's great to be able to combine these little moments with my passion for photography. It is curiosity and passion that motivates me and I hope I can keep doing this for many more years to come!” 😊 Special greetings to @marc_outthere for sharing these amazing photos with us! If you also want to be featured you can follow us, tag us or use #nomadict in your posts! - 2 days ago

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New Interview! Starring @thefreedomcomplex - Brought to you via nomadict.org / @nomadict: Jonas Hornehøj is a 25 years old lifestyle and travel photographer hailing from Denmark. Not that long ago he was a barman working in his home city, Copenhagen.

Eventually he completed an internship as an F&B Manager Assistant in Thailand and the travel bug got him good. He realized there was not anything holding him back, so he decided to travel the world and create visual content for a living. He said, “When I set off, I honestly didn’t expect to keep going as long as I have. Of course, I hoped I would. But it seemed unlikely, I had just seen so many Instagram accounts doing it so I thought: “If they can, so can I.” I spent every day going to new places, focusing on my photography skills, as well as editing skills and of course networking!” And the hard work paid off!

Today Jonas is a full time content creator and his first trip to Bali had a significant role in this regard. As he pointed out: “Bali has been the place where I found and felt most inspired. Heading to Bali is what led me to start making money from doing what I love, and make me realize that you can make money doing anything, as long as you work hard, beat on your craft, and keep pushing through!” Along the journey he has been able to come up with his own editing style. For Jonas, it is all about telling stories.

He said, “I think the thing that has helped me in trying to stand out in this massive crowd of travel photographers, is that from the very beginning my aim was always to keep telling stories, sharing emotions, and making sure that I was real with the people who followed me in including them in all travels.” The list of tips that Jonas shared with us goes on and on!

Jonas shared with us a lot of tips and tricks. Especially for those of you pursuing a career as a visual creator!

If you would like to learn from Jonas’ path as a traveler, visual creator and social media influencer, this interview is certainly for you!

You can now read it at nomadict.org!

New Interview! Starring @thefreedomcomplex - Brought to you via nomadict.org / @nomadict : Jonas Hornehøj is a 25 years old lifestyle and travel photographer hailing from Denmark. Not that long ago he was a barman working in his home city, Copenhagen. Eventually he completed an internship as an F&B Manager Assistant in Thailand and the travel bug got him good. He realized there was not anything holding him back, so he decided to travel the world and create visual content for a living. He said, “When I set off, I honestly didn’t expect to keep going as long as I have. Of course, I hoped I would. But it seemed unlikely, I had just seen so many Instagram accounts doing it so I thought: “If they can, so can I.” I spent every day going to new places, focusing on my photography skills, as well as editing skills and of course networking!” And the hard work paid off! Today Jonas is a full time content creator and his first trip to Bali had a significant role in this regard. As he pointed out: “Bali has been the place where I found and felt most inspired. Heading to Bali is what led me to start making money from doing what I love, and make me realize that you can make money doing anything, as long as you work hard, beat on your craft, and keep pushing through!” Along the journey he has been able to come up with his own editing style. For Jonas, it is all about telling stories. He said, “I think the thing that has helped me in trying to stand out in this massive crowd of travel photographers, is that from the very beginning my aim was always to keep telling stories, sharing emotions, and making sure that I was real with the people who followed me in including them in all travels.” The list of tips that Jonas shared with us goes on and on! Jonas shared with us a lot of tips and tricks. Especially for those of you pursuing a career as a visual creator! If you would like to learn from Jonas’ path as a traveler, visual creator and social media influencer, this interview is certainly for you! You can now read it at nomadict.org! - 3 days ago

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“To me nature is not something that we travel to visit, it is a part of who we are, all the time.” With @christina_gamborg / “My name is Christina Gamborg and I am a 30-year-old nature photographer based in Denmark. I also work as an anthropologist and business consultant. In 2018 I took a leave of absence from the consulting business, moved to Greenland and Iceland for a year and that is when I became passionate about photography.

I have had the opportunity to explore amazing places throughout the Nordic and Arctic regions. As an anthropologist - and human being - I really appreciate the chance to understand a country and its people, so I stay for quite a long time when I travel. More recently, I spent nine months in Iceland and had an incredible time.

My passion for photography is relatively new. Last year I picked up a camera when I moved to Greenland because I thought it was too stunning not to capture on camera. Photography became my way of sharing amazing moments with the people I love, even though they were far away across the Atlantic. And then obviously that passion has just grown stronger ever since.

I really want the person looking at my photographs to feel a connection with nature. The same connection you gain through eye contact. Most of all I want my pictures to create awareness of how awesome and beautiful nature is. To me nature is not something that we travel to visit, it is a part of who we are, all the time. And that relationship needs as much attention in an everyday, busy lifestyle that most of us are part of.

I really can’t imagine life now without exploring and sharing moments through photography. I just seriously love it. And to me it’s not a matter of exploring an extreme destination, but more a feeling of connecting with whatever is around me. I will never stop exploring the nature surrounding me and I will do my very best to share these moments and my own appreciation for all of these everyday adventures!" Special greetings to @christina_gamborg for sharing these lovely words with us!

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“To me nature is not something that we travel to visit, it is a part of who we are, all the time.” With @christina_gamborg / “My name is Christina Gamborg and I am a 30-year-old nature photographer based in Denmark. I also work as an anthropologist and business consultant. In 2018 I took a leave of absence from the consulting business, moved to Greenland and Iceland for a year and that is when I became passionate about photography. I have had the opportunity to explore amazing places throughout the Nordic and Arctic regions. As an anthropologist - and human being - I really appreciate the chance to understand a country and its people, so I stay for quite a long time when I travel. More recently, I spent nine months in Iceland and had an incredible time. My passion for photography is relatively new. Last year I picked up a camera when I moved to Greenland because I thought it was too stunning not to capture on camera. Photography became my way of sharing amazing moments with the people I love, even though they were far away across the Atlantic. And then obviously that passion has just grown stronger ever since. I really want the person looking at my photographs to feel a connection with nature. The same connection you gain through eye contact. Most of all I want my pictures to create awareness of how awesome and beautiful nature is. To me nature is not something that we travel to visit, it is a part of who we are, all the time. And that relationship needs as much attention in an everyday, busy lifestyle that most of us are part of. I really can’t imagine life now without exploring and sharing moments through photography. I just seriously love it. And to me it’s not a matter of exploring an extreme destination, but more a feeling of connecting with whatever is around me. I will never stop exploring the nature surrounding me and I will do my very best to share these moments and my own appreciation for all of these everyday adventures!" Special greetings to @christina_gamborg for sharing these lovely words with us! Did you read till the end? Use #ireadnomadict so we can give you some love! - 4 days ago

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"Everything you can imagine is real!” With @badakkekar - Winner Editing Contest Vol. 3! / “My name is Muhammad Aristianto, although my friends call me Tian or Badakkekar quite often. I am from a small village named Bawang which is located in Central Java, Indonesia.

Bawang is one of the most remote villages in Central Java - considered to be the heart of the Javanese culture. Borobudur, the 9th-century world’s largest Buddhist temple is located in Central Java for instance. We are also proud of our natural setting, having a beautiful range of mountains and densely forested areas.

I guess that the landscapes that have surrounded me since my childhood have had a significant influence in my interests. For me, climbing the mountain range and the Gunung Prau is part of my daily life. So, I guess it's quite normal that I love nature? 😊 As a result, in 2014 I made my longest trip. I visited Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park, a place I want to visit again soon and which has inspired me to keep traveling - See pic 2.

Yet, it was not until 2016 when I started to upload photos to social media. So, I discovered photography not that long ago. Actually, if I began to take photographs it was because of all the amazing photos that all of you guys shared on Instagram. In addition, being surrounded by such a unique landscape inspired me to grab a camera and start documenting my trips.

When traveling, I love finding obstacles since they represent puzzles to me. If I am able to solve them, I feel energized - specially if afterwards I can capture that photo I was looking for. So, photography is about the journey and the struggle to capture what you envisioned.

Getting back home with that one image and being able to express what I felt at that particular moment with a broader community seems almost magical to me! I hope I can keep sharing my thoughts, ideas and emotions through my edits and photographs for many more years to come!

Thanks to all the people who voted for me by the way! This means the world to me!” 😃 Congratulations @badakkekar, you won $150 in cash! 🎉 #nomadict

"Everything you can imagine is real!” With @badakkekar - Winner Editing Contest Vol. 3! / “My name is Muhammad Aristianto, although my friends call me Tian or Badakkekar quite often. I am from a small village named Bawang which is located in Central Java, Indonesia. Bawang is one of the most remote villages in Central Java - considered to be the heart of the Javanese culture. Borobudur, the 9th-century world’s largest Buddhist temple is located in Central Java for instance. We are also proud of our natural setting, having a beautiful range of mountains and densely forested areas. I guess that the landscapes that have surrounded me since my childhood have had a significant influence in my interests. For me, climbing the mountain range and the Gunung Prau is part of my daily life. So, I guess it's quite normal that I love nature? 😊 As a result, in 2014 I made my longest trip. I visited Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park, a place I want to visit again soon and which has inspired me to keep traveling - See pic 2. Yet, it was not until 2016 when I started to upload photos to social media. So, I discovered photography not that long ago. Actually, if I began to take photographs it was because of all the amazing photos that all of you guys shared on Instagram. In addition, being surrounded by such a unique landscape inspired me to grab a camera and start documenting my trips. When traveling, I love finding obstacles since they represent puzzles to me. If I am able to solve them, I feel energized - specially if afterwards I can capture that photo I was looking for. So, photography is about the journey and the struggle to capture what you envisioned. Getting back home with that one image and being able to express what I felt at that particular moment with a broader community seems almost magical to me! I hope I can keep sharing my thoughts, ideas and emotions through my edits and photographs for many more years to come! Thanks to all the people who voted for me by the way! This means the world to me!” 😃 Congratulations @badakkekar , you won $150 in cash! 🎉 #nomadict - 5 days ago

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"Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow!" With @charlottelittlewolf.

@nomadict: Imagine yourself at the beginning of your career as a photographer. What five pieces of advice would you give to yourself?

@charlottelittlewolf: I think being a freelance photographer is such a trial & error career. You constantly make mistakes, learn from them and adapt. I think the advice I would give myself would still be the advice I give myself today:

1) Don’t doubt yourself. Even if you feel super far behind or overwhelmed, press on. Don’t look at others success & compare or get down about where you are. You are there for a reason. If you work hard, you will find your own successes.

2) Never stop learning. There’s always something to learn & you’re never too old. Photography is constantly growing, changing, updating. It can be hard to keep up. But you have too if you want to be on top. I constantly watch online classes to continue learning new things in this realm.

3) Never stop hustling. There’s work out there, chase after it, it won’t just come to you. If you’re not getting any emails, reach out, make pitches. Network, go out of your comfort zone and meet people.

4) Be kind to those you encounter & be thankful for every opportunity that comes your way.

That’s just general advice for your whole life. Every opportunity that has come my way has been a total blessing and learning experience. Being thankful & kind will always help make you a better person.

5) Try your best to be awake/present to the experiences while traveling. It’s very easy to get stressed and distracted while traveling. Be open to whatever happens or comes your way. Sometimes I have to remind myself to put my camera down, so I can really take a place or moment in. Who knows if you’ll come back to that place ever again! 😃 Special greetings to @charlottelittlewolf! 
If you want to be featured you can follow us, tag us or use #nomadict in your posts!

"Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow!" With @charlottelittlewolf. @nomadict : Imagine yourself at the beginning of your career as a photographer. What five pieces of advice would you give to yourself? @charlottelittlewolf : I think being a freelance photographer is such a trial & error career. You constantly make mistakes, learn from them and adapt. I think the advice I would give myself would still be the advice I give myself today: 1) Don’t doubt yourself. Even if you feel super far behind or overwhelmed, press on. Don’t look at others success & compare or get down about where you are. You are there for a reason. If you work hard, you will find your own successes. 2) Never stop learning. There’s always something to learn & you’re never too old. Photography is constantly growing, changing, updating. It can be hard to keep up. But you have too if you want to be on top. I constantly watch online classes to continue learning new things in this realm. 3) Never stop hustling. There’s work out there, chase after it, it won’t just come to you. If you’re not getting any emails, reach out, make pitches. Network, go out of your comfort zone and meet people. 4) Be kind to those you encounter & be thankful for every opportunity that comes your way. That’s just general advice for your whole life. Every opportunity that has come my way has been a total blessing and learning experience. Being thankful & kind will always help make you a better person. 5) Try your best to be awake/present to the experiences while traveling. It’s very easy to get stressed and distracted while traveling. Be open to whatever happens or comes your way. Sometimes I have to remind myself to put my camera down, so I can really take a place or moment in. Who knows if you’ll come back to that place ever again! 😃 Special greetings to @charlottelittlewolf ! If you want to be featured you can follow us, tag us or use #nomadict in your posts! - 6 days ago

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“Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life.” With @benjaminsavary/ "I am Benjamin Savary, a 24 years old photographer, born and raised in east Switzerland. Currently I am studying sports & health sciences and geography at the University of Basel with the goal of becoming a teacher.

From a very young age, I began using cameras and fell in love with the possibility of capturing meaningful moments, and reliving them. I am grateful for my grandparents, who also played a huge role in my passion for photography. We live very close to the notable Alpstein Alps in Switzerland, where I have spent many summer days together with them. They taught me to love the mountains, appreciate the environment, and not take it all for granted. We still go on hikes together!

Personally, for me social media is not about the likes and followers. It’s about what I can do to support and protect our environment. We are living in a very decisive period in time considering the impact of climate change. Showcasing the beauty of our natural world to others helps to raise awareness. We should respect and preserve this incredible planet we live on. There are so many talented artists worldwide giving their best to save specific locations (or species) for future generations to enjoy.

My goal is to motivate and inspire others to go outside and explore and create unforgettable memories with close friends or family. Life can be tough sometimes, so when it gets a little too much, a little adventure outside can offer the perfect escape.

I will never stop loving a sunrise on top of a mountain with friends and family. I get so much energy out of those moments, and I believe people would experience something similar if they only tried. As the saying goes: Try and fail but never fail to try!" Special greetings to @benjaminsavary for sharing these amazing photos with us!

If you also want to be featured you can follow us, tag us or use #nomadict in your posts!

“Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life.” With @benjaminsavary / "I am Benjamin Savary, a 24 years old photographer, born and raised in east Switzerland. Currently I am studying sports & health sciences and geography at the University of Basel with the goal of becoming a teacher. From a very young age, I began using cameras and fell in love with the possibility of capturing meaningful moments, and reliving them. I am grateful for my grandparents, who also played a huge role in my passion for photography. We live very close to the notable Alpstein Alps in Switzerland, where I have spent many summer days together with them. They taught me to love the mountains, appreciate the environment, and not take it all for granted. We still go on hikes together! Personally, for me social media is not about the likes and followers. It’s about what I can do to support and protect our environment. We are living in a very decisive period in time considering the impact of climate change. Showcasing the beauty of our natural world to others helps to raise awareness. We should respect and preserve this incredible planet we live on. There are so many talented artists worldwide giving their best to save specific locations (or species) for future generations to enjoy. My goal is to motivate and inspire others to go outside and explore and create unforgettable memories with close friends or family. Life can be tough sometimes, so when it gets a little too much, a little adventure outside can offer the perfect escape. I will never stop loving a sunrise on top of a mountain with friends and family. I get so much energy out of those moments, and I believe people would experience something similar if they only tried. As the saying goes: Try and fail but never fail to try!" Special greetings to @benjaminsavary for sharing these amazing photos with us! If you also want to be featured you can follow us, tag us or use #nomadict in your posts! - 7 days ago

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Why you should pursue your passion? With @thebreathoficeland #nomadict / "My name is Gaui H. Pic and I am a photographer from Reykjavik, Iceland. My passion for traveling and photography comes from the feeling of freedom. It’s that feeling that I get when I am out there, whether that is in Iceland, the Faroe Islands or on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. It gives me a sense of euphoria. I feel free!

It’s thanks to my grandparents that I have this much passion for my work. They gave me my first camera when I was nine years old. When I share my work on social media, my goal is to show viewers the beauty of our planet. Sometimes I will try a different angle or a different style to locations I frequently visit! Or I go back to the same place two days in a row to catch different angles and light.

One night I was traveling on the south coast of Iceland. It was three o’clock in the morning, when I decided to head out to the one of the amazing glaciers here on Iceland. Soon after I arrived to the location, the northern lights started to appear. It’s one of the most amazing sights I have ever seen. There was absolute silence. I swear I could hear them crackle.That night was one of a kind!

Nowadays I feel really lucky because I work as a travel photographer. That’s what I live for! Working in photography and videography has given me so much. Sometimes traveling is hard and tiring, but the reward is always worth it. It’s the places you visit and the people you meet on the journey that makes it worthwhile. If you are able to combine your passion, work and social life, I ask: what can be better than that?

If you have a vision of what your life and career are supposed to look like, follow your dreams. You can learn from others that have taken the same journey: listen to them, watch their videos, ask for help. Just know that if you have a dream, it can come true. Go after it with all your power!" Special greetings to @thebreathoficeland for sharing this inspiring words with us!

Why you should pursue your passion? With @thebreathoficeland #nomadict / "My name is Gaui H. Pic and I am a photographer from Reykjavik, Iceland. My passion for traveling and photography comes from the feeling of freedom. It’s that feeling that I get when I am out there, whether that is in Iceland, the Faroe Islands or on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. It gives me a sense of euphoria. I feel free! It’s thanks to my grandparents that I have this much passion for my work. They gave me my first camera when I was nine years old. When I share my work on social media, my goal is to show viewers the beauty of our planet. Sometimes I will try a different angle or a different style to locations I frequently visit! Or I go back to the same place two days in a row to catch different angles and light. One night I was traveling on the south coast of Iceland. It was three o’clock in the morning, when I decided to head out to the one of the amazing glaciers here on Iceland. Soon after I arrived to the location, the northern lights started to appear. It’s one of the most amazing sights I have ever seen. There was absolute silence. I swear I could hear them crackle.That night was one of a kind! Nowadays I feel really lucky because I work as a travel photographer. That’s what I live for! Working in photography and videography has given me so much. Sometimes traveling is hard and tiring, but the reward is always worth it. It’s the places you visit and the people you meet on the journey that makes it worthwhile. If you are able to combine your passion, work and social life, I ask: what can be better than that? If you have a vision of what your life and career are supposed to look like, follow your dreams. You can learn from others that have taken the same journey: listen to them, watch their videos, ask for help. Just know that if you have a dream, it can come true. Go after it with all your power!" Special greetings to @thebreathoficeland for sharing this inspiring words with us! - 9 days ago

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"The gladdest moment in human life is a departure into unknown lands!” With @niklasspether / “My name is Niklas Spether and I am a 29-year-old landscape photographer from the Black Forest region in Germany. Currently I live in a small town that is a gateway to the Black Forest. I enjoy living here because of the proximity to the outdoors. Life here is simply delightful.

My passion for travel comes from the longing to find something new and to break free from everyday life. There is nothing more valuable in life than spending time immersing yourself in another culture. You come back to every journey as a completely new person. I live by the motto: "The gladdest moment in human life is a departure into unknown lands" by Sir Richard Burton. Our world is so beautiful that you shouldn’t stop traveling even if you've been everywhere. Above all, you should be careful not to become a victim of mass tourism and rather search for places where you can be alone to enjoy them.

My passion for photography began at a very young age, since my father is a journalist and has always taken me on assignments for the newspapers. About six years ago it peeked, and I began seriously pursuing photography two years ago when I registered as a photographer. The interesting thing about photography is capturing moments that keep you excited, whether that is playing with the light and weather to get the perfect photo that excites everyone. I think photography is the most expressive kind of art.

Ultimately my aim is to amaze the spectator, allowing them to feel like they were with me when I took the photo and how I experienced the moment. That it's worth going on a journey and seeing across your horizon. When I visited Iceland for the summer solstice, the light from the midnight sun was in the perfect position for several hours. It’s a dream for any photographer.

My time there was so incredible!

You should simply listen to your dreams and desires and chase the life you’ve always longed for. You shouldn’t patiently wait or postpone anything in life, because you never know what tomorrow will bring.” Special greetings to @niklasspether for sharing these inspiring words with us!

"The gladdest moment in human life is a departure into unknown lands!” With @niklasspether / “My name is Niklas Spether and I am a 29-year-old landscape photographer from the Black Forest region in Germany. Currently I live in a small town that is a gateway to the Black Forest. I enjoy living here because of the proximity to the outdoors. Life here is simply delightful. My passion for travel comes from the longing to find something new and to break free from everyday life. There is nothing more valuable in life than spending time immersing yourself in another culture. You come back to every journey as a completely new person. I live by the motto: "The gladdest moment in human life is a departure into unknown lands" by Sir Richard Burton. Our world is so beautiful that you shouldn’t stop traveling even if you've been everywhere. Above all, you should be careful not to become a victim of mass tourism and rather search for places where you can be alone to enjoy them. My passion for photography began at a very young age, since my father is a journalist and has always taken me on assignments for the newspapers. About six years ago it peeked, and I began seriously pursuing photography two years ago when I registered as a photographer. The interesting thing about photography is capturing moments that keep you excited, whether that is playing with the light and weather to get the perfect photo that excites everyone. I think photography is the most expressive kind of art. Ultimately my aim is to amaze the spectator, allowing them to feel like they were with me when I took the photo and how I experienced the moment. That it's worth going on a journey and seeing across your horizon. When I visited Iceland for the summer solstice, the light from the midnight sun was in the perfect position for several hours. It’s a dream for any photographer. My time there was so incredible! You should simply listen to your dreams and desires and chase the life you’ve always longed for. You shouldn’t patiently wait or postpone anything in life, because you never know what tomorrow will bring.” Special greetings to @niklasspether for sharing these inspiring words with us! - 9 days ago

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"Without traveling I think you would be missing out on a lot that the world has to offer and, conversely, missing out on what you can give to the world." With @lucapeterson / "My name is Luca J Peterson and I’m a photographer and filmmaker from Yorkshire, United Kingdom.

At the age of 12, I first traveled to the city of Rome and this was the first time I fell in love with a location: its architecture and its culture, the fact that these incredible structures have seen so much history play out in front of them and remain standing is unbelievable! This is also why I love landscape photography. These places act as bystanders watching the world unfold and remain unchanged, it's incredible. I can really connect to each location through its history.

If I were able to go back in time, it would be to the moment I first became inspired to pursue this craft. It was the feeling of finding something I truly love and continue to love each day. I am lucky to have found something I love so young and I am fortunate about that. I now just want to evolve my skills in this craft, and explore new ways of doing things by meeting and collaborating with others.

As I continue to learn photography, I want my work to impact people and inspire them to be creative and to push their current boundaries. Something I love to portray in my work is scale, to truly show how small we are as humans compared to the world around us.

Without traveling I think you would be missing out on a lot that the world has to offer and, conversely, missing out on what you can give to the world. One of my favorite things about traveling is finding unique places that aren't really mapped out as main tourist destinations, although, I still do love these destinations.

I love experiencing different cultures and the people that live in these places, I believe, the more people you meet and connect with, the more you evolve as a person. So, I hope I can continue to explore our beautiful planet for many more years to come!" Special greetings to @lucapeterson for sharing these amazing photos with us!

If you also want to be featured you can follow us, tag us, or use #nomadict in your posts!

"Without traveling I think you would be missing out on a lot that the world has to offer and, conversely, missing out on what you can give to the world." With @lucapeterson / "My name is Luca J Peterson and I’m a photographer and filmmaker from Yorkshire, United Kingdom. At the age of 12, I first traveled to the city of Rome and this was the first time I fell in love with a location: its architecture and its culture, the fact that these incredible structures have seen so much history play out in front of them and remain standing is unbelievable! This is also why I love landscape photography. These places act as bystanders watching the world unfold and remain unchanged, it's incredible. I can really connect to each location through its history. If I were able to go back in time, it would be to the moment I first became inspired to pursue this craft. It was the feeling of finding something I truly love and continue to love each day. I am lucky to have found something I love so young and I am fortunate about that. I now just want to evolve my skills in this craft, and explore new ways of doing things by meeting and collaborating with others. As I continue to learn photography, I want my work to impact people and inspire them to be creative and to push their current boundaries. Something I love to portray in my work is scale, to truly show how small we are as humans compared to the world around us. Without traveling I think you would be missing out on a lot that the world has to offer and, conversely, missing out on what you can give to the world. One of my favorite things about traveling is finding unique places that aren't really mapped out as main tourist destinations, although, I still do love these destinations. I love experiencing different cultures and the people that live in these places, I believe, the more people you meet and connect with, the more you evolve as a person. So, I hope I can continue to explore our beautiful planet for many more years to come!" Special greetings to @lucapeterson for sharing these amazing photos with us! If you also want to be featured you can follow us, tag us, or use #nomadict in your posts! - 10 days ago

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"With travel the possibilities are limitless, so my appetite for adventure is far from being over!” With @gonz.ddl / “My name is Gonz and I am a French photographer and outdoor explorer. I have been inspired by magazines like National Geographic (@natgeo) that have convinced me that keeping memories of your travels and places you’ve visited is mandatory. I have always had an interest in traveling. And discovering France was the first step!

Among all the places I have visited, Alpe di Siusi in the Italian Dolomites is without any doubt one of my favorites! I visited this enchanting region with Cabaye (@cabaye.cr) and Nora (@nora.ldy) for a sunrise mission last summer. We were lucky to see the sun rise above the mountains, I recall it was an incredible moment to witness!

As everything changes each day around the world, there is a continuous evolution. You can take the weather or light, for example. The weather changes every hour of every day, and the light with it. Sometimes it makes for good conditions to work under, sometimes it doesn’t. Photography enables me to capture those changes, sharing my unique and different perspectives with my followers.

So, for me, in photography there are two possibilities: the first one would be taking a picture without thinking too much about it and going back to it later to see the shot as it is. The second one would be taking a picture yet thinking about its composition and the message you want to tell. Consequently, the result is way better. Each person who will see the shot will feel your emotion and be moved by it.

Ultimately, my goal is to show the beauty of the world and to let my followers discover places they might not know of. Being able to capture the emotions I felt the moment I took the picture is something else I aim to do. With travel the possibilities are limitless, so my appetite for adventure is far from being over!” Special greetings to @gonz.ddl for sharing these amazing photographs with us!

If you also want to be featured you can follow us, tag us or use #nomadict in your posts!

"With travel the possibilities are limitless, so my appetite for adventure is far from being over!” With @gonz.ddl / “My name is Gonz and I am a French photographer and outdoor explorer. I have been inspired by magazines like National Geographic (@natgeo ) that have convinced me that keeping memories of your travels and places you’ve visited is mandatory. I have always had an interest in traveling. And discovering France was the first step! Among all the places I have visited, Alpe di Siusi in the Italian Dolomites is without any doubt one of my favorites! I visited this enchanting region with Cabaye (@cabaye.cr ) and Nora (@nora.ldy ) for a sunrise mission last summer. We were lucky to see the sun rise above the mountains, I recall it was an incredible moment to witness! As everything changes each day around the world, there is a continuous evolution. You can take the weather or light, for example. The weather changes every hour of every day, and the light with it. Sometimes it makes for good conditions to work under, sometimes it doesn’t. Photography enables me to capture those changes, sharing my unique and different perspectives with my followers. So, for me, in photography there are two possibilities: the first one would be taking a picture without thinking too much about it and going back to it later to see the shot as it is. The second one would be taking a picture yet thinking about its composition and the message you want to tell. Consequently, the result is way better. Each person who will see the shot will feel your emotion and be moved by it. Ultimately, my goal is to show the beauty of the world and to let my followers discover places they might not know of. Being able to capture the emotions I felt the moment I took the picture is something else I aim to do. With travel the possibilities are limitless, so my appetite for adventure is far from being over!” Special greetings to @gonz.ddl for sharing these amazing photographs with us! If you also want to be featured you can follow us, tag us or use #nomadict in your posts! - 11 days ago

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