I love all the little details of the rainforest. The droplets of water falling off the leaves, the tiny mushrooms sprouting from a fallen log, the light streaming through the canopy above.
I love the beaches that connect Australia with the Southern Ocean. The sea is so wild, but beautiful.
Seeing what’s left of the Twelve Apostles at sunrise last weekend was amazing - nowhere beats the south coast of Victoria.
After coming back from Australia in January, I made the decision that I am going to move back there (permanently!) later this year. Melbourne feels like it’s part of my heart, more than anywhere else and when I’m away from it, I just count down the days until I go back. I’ll be back there in a month and I can’t wait to do more exploring, evening walks to the beach for the sunset, and meeting local wildlife 💕 . . . #Melbourne #sunset #stkilda #visitaustralia #seeaustralia #boats #harbour #sea
A year ago today this gem of a human being messaged me out of the blue asking if I wanted to go shoot with her in Northumberland. I’m so glad she did. Little did I know how much she would inspire me with her photography and outlook to life, how much she’d make me laugh, and the kindness she would show everyday. I think Instagram is one of the greatest platforms out there for making friends with people you’d never have a chance to interact with otherwise, and although I like to bitch about the algorithm, I love that Instagram opens so many doors for meeting other creatives and beautiful souls like Amy. (I think this photo summarises her beautifully. Always adventuring, smiling and laughing (and wearing the same leggings for 7 days straight)) . . . #iceland #portrait #snow
Walking through this tiny little fishing town was such a nice reprieve from the huge crowds of tourists at most of the other locations. It was once the second largest port in Iceland, and the history of fishing and trade was evident everywhere you looked . . . #Iceland #visiticeland #discovericeland #streetphotography #fishing #eyrarbakki