Who lives in a🍍under the sea? ✨
Chapman's peak drive 🛣️ #road
That is a naughty face 🐒🐞
On route to the northern Cape I was amazed at how green the "Swartland" was. These landscapes are usually almost entirely brown but after the heavy rains they were green for miles. On route up the N7 we were showered with rainbows and patches of bright green grass from rays of light bursting through the moody skies; like this scene of a mamma sheep and her lamb. 🐑🐑⛰️☀️#roadtrippin #westerncape
When change is a constant, all you can do is accept and adapt. #shivapose
"One cannot collect all the beautiful shells on the beach; on can only collect a few, and they are more beautiful if they are few."
Take only memories. Leave nothing but footprints. - Chief Seattle
~ She keeps me focused ❤ ~
"The sea will grant each man new hope, and sleep will bring dreams of home."
Feeling the ad fontes vibe in Rome.
"Sed in primis ad fontes ipsos properandum, id est graecos et antiquos." Erasmus
I've been noticing lately that Instagram has agressivly compressed images to reduce file size. I'm not sure if anything has changed on their server side but often images turn out looking crunchy/blocky especially in the lighter tones "whites" I've discoverd that you need to export pics with the longest edge no longer than 1200 pixels long or width of no longer than 1080 pixels wide. A lil tip just incase any of you haven't figured out how to prevent this from happening. ✌️
At the beginning of this year we decided to live more zero waste and environmental friendly. Not only at home but everywhere we go. This month is Plastic Free July... making us more aware of how many plastic are being used all over the world. A quote that resonates with me: “I dream of our vast deserts, of our forests, of all our great wildernesses. We must never forget that it is our duty to protect this environment.” ~Nelson Mandela
Pictured here is the marvelous #madiba
protea in honour of Mandela day today.
"Only dead fish go with the flow"
island days // island ways
Sunset exploring down old dust roads led us to this broken old roller.
From the highest vantage we could find here at Kei. Thanks to the homeowners who weren’t there and could shoo us off their lawn :-)
Eastern Cape break with the family.