Looking for a Map When I Need a Compass
Jens Reineking

I think about maps differently. Not as a plan that shows you how to get from A to B, but in the pre-GPS, pre-Google sense as a visual representation of places that might be explored. Maps can expand your world and show you directions and connections that you didn’t know were there.

Your compass points to magnetic north, but don’t let that be the only thing to dictate your direction. Cartographers know there are 3 kinds of north.

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