This Wilderness Photo Series Portrays How People Live Off the Grid

By: Farida Helmy - Published: Jun 19, 2014 • References: antoinebruy & featureshoot
If you've ever considered going rogue and leaving the materialistic world behind with all its technology and consumer crazed culture, then this fascinating wilderness photo series is what you need to look at before you decide to leave civilization behind.

While many of us only dream of a life in the remote wilderness where nature is our only companion, only few courageous souls go forth and do it. And this wilderness photo series portrays them poignantly. Captured by photographer Antoine Bruy, this series of Europeans living off the grid was shot when the photographer was hitchhiking through Europe. The 'Scrublands' series focuses on the people and places the photographer encountered on the way -- which Bruy was deeply touched by because of their nomadic way of life. Stats for Remote Living Photography Trending: Older & Warm
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