"Remember that your greatest talent is so much more powerful than your biggest fear".
Here's another photo I've taken during a road trip in the Australian desert a few years back.
It was at the time when I started to express my passion for photography and exploring wide open space.
This image is a threshold to when I started to discover the world, and through my lens I saw more than I ever dreamt of.
Embarking on new adventure with my camera has transformed my inner world. It allowed me to unearth parts of myself that I never thought existed. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I still consider myself new to this platform and sometimes I wish I started to share earlier. But you know what? The innocence isn’t lost on me and I find so much joy in revisiting old captures like this.
These days, it feels like it’s getting harder and harder to find authenticity.
Moments of “no filter” are becoming increasingly rare in this heavily edited, highlight reel-oriented world that we’re living in. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
So in the spirit of 2010, here's a photo captured with my first dslr camera, no editing, #nofilter
, of this incredible sacred place, Uluru, the heart of Australia.
Ps: if you think your photos are too old, not pretty enough, or whatever thoughts that are preventing you from sharing, it makes you feel good, then do it. There is deep sense of freedom in doing so.
Always follow that authentic feeling. Comment YES if you agree 🙌❤️