Featured photo by Community Member Los Vanajeros
There are countless ways to preserve moments beyond our memory. Photography, videos and social media provide the gift of capturing and sharing travel moments for years to come. Along with that, journals, sketchpads and postcards can be used to tell and retell stories in incredible ways. All are important in bringing travelers closer towards a common passion: to best explain the stories behind how traveling changes people.
This week, the Passion Passport community will come together and share all the beautiful and bold ways you document adventures. We want to see your travels come alive through the mediums of memory you love most. Join us this Thursday, September 1st at 2pm ET to chat with Passion Passport and incredible co-hosts, including Elisabeth Beyer (@SidetrackedBlog) and Griffin Lamb (@gmlamb).
If you are unavailable during the twitter chat time but would still like to participate, please schedule your responses according to the times listed below:
Q1: What’s your documenting medium of choice while traveling (photo, video, writing, etc.)? Why are you drawn to it?
Q2: When you’re following other travelers’ stories, what is your preferred way to keep up with those trekking around the world?
Q3: Has documenting your travels ever helped you make a personal connection? Share a story if you have one!
Q4: What is one artistic medium or platform you want to use more often? Why?
Q5: Who is a traveler that documents their trips meaningfully? Tag those that inspire you!
Q6: If you could tell one story about anywhere in the world, what would it be and how would you share it?
Q7: How do you think people will be preserving their travel stories 5 years from now?
Q8: Has a standout travel moment of yours gone undocumented? If you could go back, (how) would you choose to capture it?
Q7: Tell us about a time you tried something new in documenting your travels. Did it turn out like you thought?
Q8: We want to see your stories! Share a link to a recent article or photo set that you’ve done. Tag a new fellow traveler that you met during this chat!