A snippet of life as I’ve seen it for the last two, six, twelve, more months (I suck at timely and regular updating).
It’s no secret how much I love the sky. Clouds, sunsets, storms – all of it – I’m obsessed. But even for a self-confessed sky-addict, there comes a sight every so often that still manages to take my breath away. This purple-pink double rainbow across Sydney last week did exactly that. What a glorious way to start an otherwise mundane March Tuesday.
I’ve been keeping busy trying to enjoy the last of Summer as it quickly fades. I love Autumn and Winter (I really love all the seasons for their own special reasons) but I am going to miss Daylight Savings. It’s my favourite part of the year for the simple fact that I can get home from work at 6pm and still have time to take the dog to the beach to watch the sun set over the ocean. Now that it gets darker quicker I will usually miss out. Guess I’ll just have to start chasing sunrises instead :) In any case, here is the last few weeks of my life in pictures. Being in nature is my most favourite solace. J x Royal Botanical Gardens Home My local succulent man Work Serenity
We went on an incredible adventure today to the Figure 8 Rockpools through Burning Palms Beach, in the Royal National Park, in southern Sydney. It was hot and I grazed my knee being a klutz but there was the most beautiful pot of gold at the end of the rainbow <3