Romano’s Travel Notebook

08 December of 2011 by

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This is my second travel notebook. It was made during a trip to Argentina, Chile and Uruguay in 2008.

  • Story Romano
  • Illustration Romano

The travel notebook is the historical way of keeping memories for the travelers all around the world. It can be composed of texts, schematics, illustrations, pictures or maps to render the diversity of emotions and feelings lived by the author during the travel. Simple, artistic or sophisticated, the travel notebooks are precious items brought back by explorers and adventurers of all time.

I make travel notebooks since I’m a kid. Every of my adventures was well documented, annoted and illustrated. It’s for me the best way to keep a memory of how I lived each of my travels. This one was made during my trip in 2008 in Argentina, Chile and Uruguay.

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Flora from Tierra Del Fuego national park, 15km from Ushuaia, Chile

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Birds from Tierra Del Fuego, 15km from Ushuaia, Chile

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Map of Torres Del Paine National Park, Patagonia, Chile

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View of the two Tower of the Central Valley in Torres Del Paine national park, Patagonia, Chile

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Magellan penguin, Punta Arenas, Chile

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Architecture, Cerro Concepción, Valparaiso, Chile

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Door, Cerro Concepción, Valparaiso, Chile

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View on a cerro from Casa Maria Antonieta hostel, Valparaiso, Chile

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View on beach houses, La Pedrera, Uruguay

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  1. nothing better than slipping a moleskin into the old backpack for a sketch up on tour.
    do you ever work on any larger pieces based on your sketches when you get back home?

  2. Thanks everyone. Those comments sounds sounds great to me.

    @Jamie, Thoses drawings are the only one i do.

    i am now planing a new trip, Just for art, doing bigger drawings for an exhibition. We will talk more about it in Hejorama soon.

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