Alright, so I have only traveled solo once so far and I'm by no means an expert, but I did learn a lot in my 2 months solo and what kind of teacher would I be if I didn't constantly impart wisdom that no one wants to hear. I was obviously pretty anxious about taking … Continue reading What I’ve learned about traveling solo
This right here is where it all began. It began with fresh air, open spaces and freedom for a child who grew up in suburbia. This year I returned to my childhood holiday place to see if it still captivated me the way it always did. I wasn't disappointed. South Australia's Eyre Peninsula isn't usually … Continue reading Why trek across the globe to find the beauty we have on our doorstep?
Venus Bay, South Australia Photos taken around the town of Venus Bay on the Eyre Peninsula, South Australia with my Nikon D3100 . Rincon Beach, Venus Bay, South Australia Some close ups of my family using my new Tamron 18-400mm f/3.5-6.3 DI-II VC HLD Zoom Lens. Also some shot using a Tamron Wide Angle Lens. … Continue reading Eyre Peninsula, South Australia
As I arrived at the starting gate, donned my $10 target rain coat and day pack, I received my hired hiking poles (which I had to ask how to set up) and had my positivity hat on. I could do this. I've never hiked a day in my life, but who really needs hiking experience … Continue reading Who needs hiking experience anyway?
Mexico is both beautiful and raw. What lies beyond the postcard is something you need to see for yourself.
A few of the photos I took around Mexico City during the Day of the Dead festival.
Diá De Muertos or the Day of the Dead festival is an amazing Mexican tradition that honours the dead in a series of week long celebrations. Locals believe that during Diá De Muertos, the heavens open up to allow the spirits to return to Mother Earth to visit their families. As the spirits can smell … Continue reading Mexico City – Diá De Muertos