I just brought home shopping in plastic bags. I feel… ethically compromised. I haven’t used a plastic bag in years. I even made sure I brought enough fabric bags with me to Peru so I wouldn’t need to use plastic here. It’s a well-ingrained habit now and I’ll most always have a bag on me somewhere. So what went wrong today? Nothing: I deliberately left my fabric bags at home when I… Read More
Category: Ethics, Industry & agriculture, Volunteering & activism, Waste disposal & recycling Tags: a year in Peru, beach, changing my own behaviour, environmental impacts, ethics, garbage, marine ecosystems, marine pollution, microplastics, oceans, plastic bags, plastic pollution, politics and government, recycling, rubbish, waste management
There’s no road map to the path I’m forging. No one’s footprints to follow, only my own uneven tread. Progress is more of a spiral than a straight line: a slide backwards reminding me of why I need to keep pushing forward, a stumble another lesson (re)learnt. What matters is to keep on walking.
Category: Adventures, Landscape photography, nature photography, Photography, Weekend photo zen Tags: beach, Calvert's Beach, challenges, change, dramatic light, forging a path, growth, landscape, life changing, philosophy, Photography, Tasmania
North-western Tasmania, Tarkine region Make yourself time to be wild and free.
Category: Landscape photography, Photography, Travel, Weekend photo zen Tags: beach, being wild and free, coast, landscape, landscape photography, north-western Tasmania, Photography, Tarkine, Weekend photo zen, wild, wilderness
Somewhere on the Tasmanian east coast Don’t just dream it, do it. Take that first step today and keep on the journey. Create your own footprints.
Category: Landscape photography, Photography, Weekend photo zen Tags: beach, begin, blue sky, change, Create your own footprints., dream, East Coast, getting started, landscape photography, making your dream a reality, motivation, new beginnings, taking first steps, Tasmania, the perfect beach, Weekend photo zen
Calvert’s Beach, Tasmania Take a moment to just breathe.