A New York City based photographer, Walter Chang, decided he'd had enough of the usual day-to-day business. So he did what we all sometimes wish we could. Quit his job, saved up, and took a plane to travel around the world.
At the onset of this journey, he expected to be gone for three months – but three years later, he was still at it.
"One year became two. Two became three. The endless travel felt like a drug-induced state. Each strange new place was exhilarating – a rush of new experiences," Chang says.
"I saved up money by moving out of my apartment and sleeping at friends’ places. At one point, I even discreetly moved into the building where I was working at the time and slept there. I sold much of what I owned and took on additional hours at work. On Sept 13th, 2011, I got on a plane."
Experience Chang's journey through his video titled "We Call This Home" documenting his three-year trip.