A shock of blue and green.
An ocean of sugar cane laps at the feet of bush-covered hills, so large and exposed that they have their own weather system. ☁️☁️☁️☁️☁️☁️☁️
Flat, red nothing.
I.e. The Nullabor plains.
Approximately a day’s journey of desert between Perth and Adelaide on the #indianpacific railway. 🚂
You could stare at the view for hours and see nothing more remarkable than a slightly bigger rock or shrub.
But I couldn’t look away. That was the point, the emptiness was beautiful. 🌞🌞🌞
Today’s #DailyViewaccompanies my latest blog post: ‘The Ultimate Life Hack’ (Link in Bio) 🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞
This was taken last year just south of Coffs Harbour on the east coast of Australia.
I was at a surf camp and one morning dragged myself out of a dorm crammed with hungover would-be surfers and headed for the beach.
I was so glad. The sunrise was incredible and the whole day was improved as a result. I even spotted Dolphins. 🐬
Get up early and live some more 🌅
This #DailyView was taken tonight, where I live in Hampshire, overlooking Paulsgrove Lake.
It’s funny because it isn’t a lake at all, it’s a direct part of the harbour.
I see this view everyday and yet it is never the same twice and that is why I love it.
A throwback #DailyView today, to when I was happily lost in the heart of Australia, visiting the incredible Uluru.
No picture can ever do the enormity of ‘the rock’ justice nor the feeling of awe it inspires.
A #mustvisit for anyone visiting Aus. 🌞✈️🌞