There’s very little to read at the #vanlife site, but there’s lots to look at. The site collects photos of camper vans and motorhomes from owners around the world, then and puts them online with nothing more than the model name and their location.

General 1

There’s very little to read at the #vanlife site, but there’s lots to look at. The site collects photos of camper vans and motorhomes from owners around the world, then and puts them online with nothing more than the model name and their location.

General 2

Models on show range from the modern to some more desirable vintage classics, but there’s also a fair amount of the mundane and no shortage of scrapheaps to look at — though most are beautifully shot.

General 3

When viewed in never-ending stream that the #vanlife site presents them as though (there isn’t a ‘next’ button in sight), they all combine to create a gorgeous way to kill some time if you’re at a loose end online.

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