Good Lord! It was cold, windy and smelling slightly of sulphur at Lake Rotarua on this morning. It’s hard dragging yourself from the cozy confines of your bed for photography but it’s always worthwhile 99% of the time :)
My form of self care is allowing my niece to take a full on photo of my face. It’s a little pudgy, the bags under my eye are far from designer and my acne scarring literally scares the shit out of me most days BUT self care is often a very unbeautiful thing. It’s often the ugliest thing I have to do. self care is letting myself be normal and unexceptional. It’s where I learn that I am the hero of my life, not the victim. It’s becoming the person I want to be and today this is her. #selfcare
how lucky are we to enjoy nights like these here in the @ausoutbacknt 💕 some of the best sunsets 🌅 I’ve sever seen have been over looking the darwin harbour. .
where’s the best sunsets you’ve ever seen?
We stood in the cold for two hours. I was kneeling for an hour and I couldn’t feel my legs afterwards. But all of that was worth seeing this sunrise. I would do it all over again just to see a glimpse of it.
Baby Meerkats are born blind, near-hairless and with their ears closed. After ten days or so their eyes and ears are open. Within three to four weeks they will emerge for the first time from their clan den, carefully guarded and guided by their family they take in the morning light for the first time.
We were astonished to witness this in Botswana, May 2017. A fantastic morning #InTheWild .