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Walking across America

You’ve all seen the Matt Harding dance and earlier this year I wrote about Bearded journey. Now it’s time again for another inspiring movie where a man walks across America from New York to San Francisco.

The team traveled across America in two weeks, shooting almost 3000 stills. A Behind the scenes video is also available along with the Google Maps route.

If America is too small for you, check out Around the world in 80 seconds.

4 comments

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    Tess
    05 Jan, 2011

    Yeah, I saw a link to this one somewhere else.. Pretty cool! :-) I wish I had thought about something unique to photograph before I started travelling.. like taking the same kind of photo at ALL places I have visited.. Recently, I have started photographing myself jumping at different spots.. but I am sure there is a better idea..

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    06 Jan, 2011

    It’s never too late to start! :)

  • avatar
    06 Jan, 2011

    I only recently started doing that with a little bendable figurine. I ended up going back to some previously visited places and took the pictures. :)

  • avatar
    06 Jan, 2011

    And if all else fails, there’s always Photoshop I suppose. :)

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