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Morrie & Oslo: Two better than one

People said that you have to travel solo to learn about yourself

“I think one travels more usefully when they travel alone, because they reflect more.”
Thomas Jefferson

But to be honest, traveling together is more fun than alone, especially with your better half. There are more new things/experiences that you can share, you learn how to compromise with each other and be more patience as well as to learn more about each other, and the most important thing is you have your own photographer! :)

“The journey is better when you have someone to share it with, because you get to be yourself and share yourself.”
- Unknown

“Happiness is only real, when shared”
- Christopher McCandless

And yes, we couldn’t agree more.
So when it comes to traveling, two is always better than one.


Bali, March 2016

Morrie & Oslo: Two better than one

Morrie & Oslo: Two better than one

Morrie & Oslo: Two better than one

Morrie & Oslo: Two better than one

More from our trip in sunny island

Morrie & Oslo: DIY Pre-Wedding

The great thing is that when we’re together we live with a vivid appreciation of how brief and precious life is.
Every single moment that we are alive and we are together is miraculous.

We knew we were beneficiaries of chance, that pure chance could be so generous and kind, that we could find each other in the vastness of space and the immensity of time.

We found each other in the cosmos and that was wonderful.

Sincerely,
Adel & Fin

Morrie & Oslo: DIY Pre-Wedding

Morrie & Oslo: DIY Pre-Wedding

Morrie & Oslo: DIY Pre-Wedding

Morrie & Oslo: DIY Pre-Wedding

Morrie & Oslo: DIY Pre-Wedding

Side by Side

Side by Side

Morrie & Oslo: DIY Pre-Wedding

Morrie & Oslo: DIY Pre-Wedding

Morrie & Oslo: DIY Pre-Wedding

Morrie & Oslo: DIY Pre-Wedding

Morrie & Oslo: DIY Pre-Wedding

Morrie & Oslo: DIY Pre-Wedding

Morrie & Oslo: DIY Pre-Wedding

Morrie & Oslo: DIY Pre-Wedding

 

All photos taken by Morrie & Oslo

Branch

 

Happy Eid al-Fitr, everybody.
Have a graceful, blissful and peaceful one with your family and friends.

Taken with Instax 210

Instax 210

Bits of life through another viewfinder.

Taken with Instax 210

People. From Behind.

We like to capture things or moments just as they are. To focus on little details that might ordinarily get overlooked. We are most interested by people within environments and to photograph them doing things, either in their homes or in the outside.

Throughout the day everyday, as we pass people on the street, bump into someone in the coffee shop, or even encounter strangers on the bus, we always love to visualize them in our mind. Who they are, what they do, where they go to, what they bring, etc. It’s quite interesting to pretend that we know them and to capture them exactly in the moment.

Most people photographs people from the front to show their expressions but for us, there are certain details that somehow a little intimate and quite interesting when you photograph people from behind. It’s pretty much our attempt on portrait with a different point of view.

Here are some of the strangers that we encountered around us. These people kind of reminds us to slow down, to enjoy every second of the day in the present moment because nothing will ever look the same ever again. Every second is different, and we think that’s what we love about it.

People. From Behind.

People. From Behind.

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