The road goes ever on ...

Juliette ~ Archaeologist, traveler and musician from a multicultural family. 25, from France. Now working in Canada !

This Way of Life is a documentary portraying the life of Peter Karena and his family : they live in the wild near the Ruahine Ranges in New Zealand, with their horses. The film shows how they live out of what we call “modern lifestyle”, and how the parents chose to adopt this way of life.I heartily recommend you to watch it. It’s worth seeing, for many reasons !

This Way of Life is a documentary portraying the life of Peter Karena and his family : they live in the wild near the Ruahine Ranges in New Zealand, with their horses. The film shows how they live out of what we call “modern lifestyle”, and how the parents chose to adopt this way of life.

I heartily recommend you to watch it. It’s worth seeing, for many reasons !

Humble Man by David HeintzGuatemala
I’m going to Banff national park, in the Canadian Rockies, in September. By bus, from Montréal, so I can cross the country from East to West.I just can’t wait … and their cover photo is so perfect ! “Nature rules” !

I’m going to Banff national park, in the Canadian Rockies, in September.
By bus, from Montréal, so I can cross the country from East to West.

I just can’t wait … and their cover photo is so perfect ! “Nature rules” !

“I am not a conventionally religious man, but in the wilderness I have come closest to finding myself and knowing the universe and accepting God - by which I mean accepting all that I don’t know.”

—   Bob Brown

Hiking on the Scotora trail
Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier, Québec, Canada

July 2014

Yugo Nakamura, Amaoto no Yurai (The origin of the sound of Rain)

themistermorgan a dit: 1 question how the heck did u get a job over seas,,,\

I’m from France and there are lots of work-programs between France and Canada, especially Québec. But it’s for 6 months or 1 year maximum (depending on which category you fit in : students, graduates or young pros with at least 2 years of experience) and you must be under 35.
I found mine by applying spontaneously in museums, archaeological sites and galleries in Québec (I’m a graduate in Art history, archaeology and museology). I didn’t get answers from everybody but at least, one attempt was successful !

via Patrizio Paoletti

I truly think Canada is home for the cutiest of cuties on Earth.

~ Pictures taken (by me) in :
Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier, July 2014 ~

“If you love somebody, let them go, for if they return, they were always yours. If they don’t, they never were.”

—   Khalil Gibran

Having fun with squirrels in Wendake, QC (Canada)
- July 2014 -

Happy Canada day from Québec !