How to pack up your life for half a year... 👀 Leaving today for Law exchange at Aarhus University, Denmark for the last semester of my degree and then planning to travel around Europe and the USA for a few months afterwards 🇩🇰✨ Hit me up if our paths intersect, if there’s something I NEED to do or you want to do and want to live vicariously through me, and watch me post about it on #sketchandrun .com for like 3yrs afterwards 😂 (but no, hopefully some interesting photos, video and art to come from 6mths+ abroad)
'⟠➳ The Jurassic Coast is most convivial 🦖☀︎' - @ianharper_
Shot on a EOS 5D Mark III and EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM Lens
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A Stunning afternoon on the Maroochy River 😍. The Maroochydore boathouses were built in the late 1940s and have stood the test of time in providing plenty of opportunities for photographers and anglers alike. The Maroochy River provides plenty of picnic shelters and playgrounds for families to have fun along with plenty of chances to have a go at water activities such as SUP boarding, kayaking and boating 💙💙💙.😀
Sometimes I find it hard to take photos just for myself. The truth is, I do like to have likes and followers and comments and all that jazz. Not for their own sake, but because it makes my heart so happy to know there is someone who can feel the emotion that I feel when taking the photo. As much as a photograph is a still frame of reality, it is incredibly subjective. I was not the only person taking photos of the #waterfalls this day, by far one of the best trips taken with very dear friends. I can pretty much guarantee every single person had a different angle and emotion they brought to it. I like that; you get to archive this moment in time, and yet project a little piece of your soul onto it.
We took some time out from sailing and headed across to Morocco, where we did a trip up to the magical town of Chefchaouen, where the houses are painted every hue of blue imaginable. The locals loved the blues of the newly arrived Jewish immigrants so much that they adopted the colours.
And if you're sailing in the area, suggest checking out Tangier's new marina, it looks like it will be a great facility when it's finished mid-2018.