In life it’s not where you go but who you travel with Charles Schulz Murad Osmann and his wife Nataly are the most famous living embodiment of this quote. What started off as a photograph of a gentle pull from his girlfriend in Barcelona in 2011, has grown out to a global trend, with countless inspired people striking the same pose in their travels around the world. Over the last four years these photographs have inspired innumerable couples to capture their travels in the trademark 'follow me to' pose. The pictures are, at the same time, both simple and symbolic of the ultimate romantic fantasy; a person that you love, leading you to places you have never seen before. Here are a few such pictures that might inspire you to capture the famous "#FollowMeTo" pose with your loved one.[Total: 4 Average: 4.5]
Bubble gum alley, California
Angkor Wat, Combodia
Taj Mahal, India
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
Click here to see pictures of an unseen side of Dubai or here to see pictures of a women travelling to every country in the world.