I've been travelling the past few months. In Hawaii, on the Island of Oahu for two months, on Waiheke Island in New Zealand, and now, on the north coast of Tasmania for a month.
We've walked the rock pools daily, walked around Dove Lake at Cradle Mountain, spent time in the green damp silence of the temperate rainforest that is the Tarkine.
On Waiheke, we spent a great deal of time at the town of Oneroa, photographing rock formations and sand fossils.
Our life together is one of Nomadic Naturalists; we travel, we walk, we make images, we write. Oh, and we Love. All there is, really. Love.
You can read more about our Story at Fig and Agave. Come join us!
Oh! And by the way. This week I had the deep pleasure of writing a Blog Post for a dear friend and colleague. Peter, of Body Mind Love, asked me to share a little of my story of embodiment; the challenges, joys, inspirations, learnings. In Yoga, within an asymmetric spine.
You can read it HERE >>
I'll see you on the other side.