“Lost and Wonder” is a personal/travel blog built for adventure-seekers and wonderers at heart; authored by two photography enthusiasts, Blaine Chrian and Leo Ceasar. These two brothers met through joining photography forums on Instagram. After months of sharing interests in faith, travel, food and photography, they decided to impart all these through a blog.
Lost and Wonder is filled with audacious travel narratives, compelling photographs, helpful travel guides, palatable food journeys and reflective life journals based from the authors’ general experiences. This is just the beginning of a new journey for these two brothers. Come and join us, and let’s get lost and wonder! Read more here: https://lostandwonder.com/2018/02/16/we-are-lost-and-wonder/
About the Authors
Blaine Chrian (The Lost Boy). A registered nurse both in the Philippines and United States. Currently residing in the pearl of the orient seas, Blaine was an oncology nurse for five years. He is presently working as a case management nurse in a clinical process outsource company in Bonifacio Global City. In his free time, he is an educator, travel writer, photo and video hobbyist.
Leo Ceasar (The Wonderer). An investment ab-novice with stark interests in street photography using his mobile device. An active volunteer of a non-profit organization, wonderer, and a proud Malabonian.
Lost and Wonder uses a ship’s wheel as its main icon. It clearly signifies our interests in travel, exploration, and discovery. We are brothers in a journey with God as the captain in maneuvering the ship wheel.
Come and join us in our journey, and support this blog by using our official hashtag across social media sites; especially on Instagram.
With this simple gesture, you are exposing our content and philosophy to different places across the world. This is just the beginning of a new journey, and great things come from humble beginnings. Let’s get lost and wonder!
“Be Strong and Courageous, do not be frightened nor be dismayed. For the Lord your God will be with you, wherever you go.”