Around the World 2011


From April to July 2011, Camille Moussette and Camille Ouellette traveled around the world. They explored New Zealand during 50 days, driving a rented campervan around both islands in the search of the best hikes and outdoor activities. They headed to Australia to visit friends, dive the Great Barrier Reef and hike in the jungle. The trip continued in the north hemisphere with a first stop in the far-east Russian peninsula of Kamchatka. They spent two week hiking in the Nalychevo national park amidst the volcanoes and hot springs. The final leg of the trip from Vladivostok was completed by train along the Trans-Siberian railway, with stops at lake Baïkal, Moscow and St-Petersburg. The Camilles returned to Sweden by train via Finland (and a short hop by plane at Vaasa). The photo book presents highlights and images of this once-in-a-lifetime adventure.

Timeframe

102 days, April to July 2011

Collaboration

Camille Ouellette


This project has 16 images


Printed photo books

We made two versions, hardcover and softcover. We printed 15 softcover books to send to friends and family.



Map of our whereabouts



Driving and camper living in New Zealand



South island, New Zealand



Milford and Kepler hiking tracks



Kepler hiking track, New Zealand



Natural and artificial webs, New Zealand



Kayak hauling in the morning, Abel Tasman park



Lunch break in Abel Tasman park



Biking and hiking in the Coromandel, New Zealand



Hiking on the North island, New Zealand



Whitehaven beach, Australia



Whitehaven beach, Australia



Diving in the Whitesundays, Australia



Train stop between Vladivostok and Moscow



Lake Baïkal, Russia