Back In M-town getting down, in my gown, wearing my crown, looking like a clown... it's brown?? Ok that's all I've got. I'm not a wordsmith sorry... I tried. Anyway this is one from My home town of Melbourne whilst strolling down Bourke St Mall on a sunny spring arvo. Enjoy. • Traveling the world solo with a traumatic brain injury was pretty damn hard but I found comfort behind the lens to hide my social anxiety! Yes, thanks right, I was hiding. But hey I took some pretty cool pictures along the way right? The camera became my little safe house and spat these out in return.
And at the end of the day i hope you saw things. I hope you saw things that got your feet dirty and your hair messy, but left your eyes sparkling. I hope you saw things that had you terrified, but elated and queasy all at once. I hope you saw the humanity in people when the world would mark them as otherwise. Most importantly, i hope you saw yourself. Not the girl, or the boy, or the clothes, the makeup, or the hair. I hope you saw the heart. I hope you saw the dream. I hope you saw.
EXCITING NEWS! We will be releasing our latest travel film from Hawaii very soon! It was such an epic trip and I cant wait to release it. I hope that it will inspire you guys to go out and explore, cause lifes too short!
Hikers often refer to early spring and late fall as "shoulder season". The shorter days generally present warm afternoons and crisp evenings, with a chance of a dusting of snow. Fewer crowds and even fewer bugs can lead to the years best hiking opportunities. Who is ready for shoulder season! (Pic from last year.)