"A man walked inside Nomade, a sculpture in Antibes, France by the Catalan artist Jaume Plensa. The photojournalist @walterastrada took this photo last May, around the time he left his home base in Barcelona, Spain. Since then, @walterastrada has gone over the Pyrenees, into Turkey, up to Vladivostok, Russia, over to South Korea (by ferry) and, most recently, India (by plane). His primary mode of transportation, though, has been his motorcycle, Athena. When he decided he wanted to go on a motorcycle trip and take photos around the world, he didn't have much money. He also didn't have a motorcycle — a crucial ingredient. "I don't think you have to think a lot about it," @walterastrada told the #lensblog. "If you think too much, in the end you'll never do it." How's that for #Mondayinspiration? Follow @walterastrada's journey on his Instagram feed." By nytimes on Instagram.
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