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What's up guys! Been having my account a month or 2 ( maybe longer ).. Didn't make a single post so far, so thought i'd do good with introducing myself.

 

To start with i'm an euro, coming from Belgium, 25yo and exploring since 2013-2014.. Only the last 2 years i started bothering to bring my camera with me! And ever since , i've been loving it !

 

Why do i love it? Well why do you guys love it?! It's amazing to see what people leave behind , and to see the storys behind the locations.. Some have interesting facts , some dont have no background at all.. It's amazing what we explorers end up with. Sometimes we end up knowing all it's historics , sometimes we're left to guess and bring some links/clues toghetter ourselves.. that's what fascinates me,and it's always bringing adventure back.. 

 

And it's the adventures we need in life ;) we won't be thinking of the days we'd sat infront of TV watching a fun movie later on...

We will be thinking of the days we had to hide our asses , hysterical breathing after sprinting and sneaking away from secca's :P

 

Oh what a fun times ;)

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Welcome to the forum @Cranked side, I completely agree with what you say. Sometimes there are just loads of questions and no answers or maybe we can figure out some info and guess the missing bits. Often it's awesome just to wander around and experience the atmosphere,  you just can't beat it!!!

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