2 Minuten und 14 Sekunden von auf Instagram gefundenen Reiseklischees. Als ob Reisen das Erledigen des Auftrags zu solchen Bildern wäre. Dazu Oliver Kmia, der das Video erstellt hat:
I came up with this idea last year while traveling in Roma. I wanted to take a look at the popular Trevi Fountain but I never managed to get close to it. The place was assaulted by hundreds of tourists, some of them formed a huge line to get a spot in front of the Fountain.[…] Like all these tourists, I burned hundred of gallons of fuel to get there, rushed to visit the city in a few days and stayed in a hotel downtown. […] I decided to make [a] sarcastic video but with the focus on travel and mass tourism. […] There is a new trend that consists of taking pictures everywhere you go to share it on social networks. During my trip, I felt that many people didn’t really enjoy the moment and were hooked to their smartphones. As if the ultimate goal of travel was to brag about it online and run after the likes and followers.
Reisen mit Smartphone meinetwegen. Aber dann bitte nicht so fad.