Trans Pyrenees, part three

A journey from the Mediterranean Sea to the North Atlantic coastline

Camera: Canon EOS 1Ds MKIII, EOS 5D mkII
Lens: Canon EF 16-35 mm. f/4.0L IS, EF 24-105 mm. f/4.0L IS, EF 70-200 mm. f/2.8 IS II

This is what it's all about - slow flowing days, simple living out of our trucks.

I really prefer it slow, slow is way better than fast, fast and effective makes it all a big blur. Do you recall what you did on all those fast days of nine to five, do you think back on a fast day with fond memories? Do you love how they just eat each other up, like savages, - leaving you at the end of the day with only the anticipation of the weekend and holidays.

And then there's the view to snow-caped mountaintops. I love the mountains immensely, only mountains with a glacier flowing from it can beat that. I would prefer to live in the southern part of Europe somewhere whit a unspoiled 360 degrees view towards the mountaintops. Someone else would call it a valley, but not me.

I also like spending time with nice good humored people, that also loves to do what I like to do so much, being on a road-trip with new-found friends is a nice treat.

After turning my back on the daily commute, the mortgage, the endless boring office hours, I realize that for every spectacular day I get with this, the more distant and less attractive it becomes. I made a rad decision not so long ago, and I've never been more content with life. Again, remember the decisions you make to change your live-style might just turn out to be the best you ever took. Believe me. But don't just take my word for it.

Location: Pyrenees, Spain