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Fangirl Quest Conquers World One Brilliant Film Photo at a Time

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | May 29, 2015

Fangirl Quest Conquers World One Brilliant Film Photo at a Time

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Fangirl Quest is a group of friends who seem to have figured out the perfect way to travel while satisfying the calling of their inner movie nerd.

The group, which consists of women by the names of Tiia, Satu, Johanna and Essi, (h/t Movie Pilot) travel the world and capture images where famous scenes from TV and film have taken place.

They insert the exact scene placed on their handy iPad and create something called “Sceneframing.”

The entire story is presented on the group’s website, which includes the following snippet that sounds like an unbelievable time.

The website states: “In the summer of 2013 we traveled over 2,000 miles to filming locations all over the UK. Three Finnish girls, one tiny car and loads and loads of narrow roads. And it was the best couple of weeks ever! Amazing scenery, wonderful experiences and a fair amount of roadtrip games and giggles.”

Thousands of photos later, the group posted some of the best to social media with the inclusion of film scenes depicted on iPad and smartphones.

Here are just a few:

And the following video illustrates how one idea can turn into one amazing movie-themed travel image:

Let’s disregard the fact that “Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home” was ever an actual thing and move on, because we don’t want to ruin an otherwise great story.

One of the more recent exploits for the Fangirl collective was across Northern Ireland, where they collected some amazing images that make up what is now a clever “Game of Thrones” mashup.

Now if you think this is cool, you aren’t alone. The group claims over 2,500 followers on Instagram, over 4,700 followers on Twitter and over 2,400 likes on Facebook.

And it’s not really a mystery as to why, because the group of friends has managed to perfectly highlight their admiration for movies and travel.

Thankfully, they decided to share the magic with the rest of us.


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