Small Bites

September 11, 2010

Moo Cards

Words by // Photography by Nita Breibish

There and gone in a flash is how I describe a photo op when travelling on two wheels. Where there is rarely time for a second glance. Leaving an impression more like a snap shot in your mind rather than long lasting panoramic. But I kind of love the idea of this – setting your eyes on so much at one time that the brain can’t seem to fully process what comes its way, unlike when you are standing still, with time to stare and take it all in. You really learn to appreciate the magic around you, even if only for a brief moment.

Luckily, during our Ride Across America, we were two up and I took full advantage of it. I had my camera around my neck and in hand the entire time. Of course I was wedged in quite tightly between Issa and our two 50 liter dry bags. I wasn’t going anywhere. The challenge wasn’t about holding on, it became purely about establishing a quicker set of reflexes. How fast can I get my hands up after seeing something worth shooting? Apparently, pretty fast. After getting home and rummaging through the near 1600 photos I had kept and downloaded, I found there were just too many to be loved.

I remembered this site Where they print these micro mini cards. They are so incredibly cool. You can upload up to 100 different images and they are fully customizable. Full front and back color printing, on heavy premium stock paper. They feel absolutely amazing to the touch because of the high quality matte laminate finish and are also said to be sustainably sourced. They start around $19.99 for 100 cards. The color is fairly rich and the upload process is also quite painless. I thought they’d be great to have when on the road, meeting other riders and making new friends. Small bite sized pieces of the larger picture to share wherever we go.


I’ve two passion-driven wheels, two small hands and one big nomadic heart. With my weather-beaten camera I’m looking to change the world one click at a time. In constant awe, I’m a professional dabbler, world traveller and the photographer-half of We Love Motogeo. I love breaking down barriers, challenging travel misconceptions and uncovering new notions of home. Thirty-seven countries and counting…


  1. Comment by Joel Fournication

    Joel Fournication October 1, 2010 at 10:24 am

    COOL! Those cards are awesome :-)

  2. Comment by Joel Fournication

    Joel Fournication October 1, 2010 at 10:24 am

    P.S. I love reading your writing Ni – you are so very talented with your words. Keep it up sista!

  3. Comment by Nita

    Nita October 3, 2010 at 5:47 pm

    Thanks again Joely. :) The cards are awesome. I recommend them for anything.

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