"Live in each season as it passes; breathe the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit, and resign yourself to the influence of the earth." -Henry David Thoreau🍃
My boys having a swim...🦋🐬🌊
You’ll find me at a beach this summer, hiking through the bush, taking too many photos and making videos of everything...
One day these will be the good old days so make the most of it 🙌🏼👌🏼
Il n'y a pas à dire, 2017 tu as su dépasser les attentes (faut dire qu'avec 2016, la barre était assez basse...😁)! Des tas de nouvelles expériences plus tard, incluant de nouveaux pays visités, de nouveaux sports adoptés et de nouvelles personnes chères dans ma vie ❤, je suis prête à accueillir 2018 les bras ouverts et la tête remplie de projets!
Voici les photos que vous avez préférées cette année. #bestnine#bestnine2017
I love to travel. But there are moments while travelling that I hate being a tourist. Massive increases in the number of tourists coming to Sapa has caused a construction boom that is good for the economy. Creates new and long term jobs. However it has also increased the number of children from surrounding villages to work the tourists for money. It was a very cold 8 degrees last night. These girls do not look happy at all. I can’t blame them. The only thing I can do is not buy anything from them. I cannot condone the use of children for profit. Rant over.
I can never resist some street art but this one ☝🏻 is an exception, I took the photo for what it represents... Between 1976 - 1983 Argentina were under a military dictatorship, during which time many who went against the government were taken, tortured and eventually killed usually via ‘death flights’. Any pregnant women taken at this time were kept alive until they had given birth. Once the child was born the mothers were killed and the children were put up for adoption, often to members of the military dictatorship.
Trying to learn what had happened to their children and grandchildren, in 1977 the mothers of the lost children came together and proceeded to march at the Plaza de Mayo in order to gain answers.
To this day the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo still march every Thursday. They are still fighting for the truth of what happened to their children and where their grandchildren are now.
I was emotional taking the photo and I’m emotional writing this now but I love what this street art represents... the pure strength of these women, no matter the hard ship they will never give up!
Never underestimate a mothers love 💕 #strongwomen
This was taken awhile back of an organic olive farm in Wymah, NSW. The farm make use of natural terrain to preserve the land from erosion and saves water in drier months. They also make use of numerous solar panels to pump water around the property... The farm is run by a nice old lady with the help of seasonal help and the olives from her farm tastes amazing! Look up - Wymah Organic Olives
Photo: Wymah, NSW, Australia