When I’m stressed or tired or upset, I love to go outside, watch the sunset, or the trees blowing in the wind, or my favourite - the stars in the night sky. These things remind me of how incredible God’s creation is, and that although I am the tiniest little speck in this universe, God creates me in His image, He loves me, He knows me, better than anyone, and He has big plans for my life. I take a look around at the world around, and I am reminded of my purpose, given by the one who created everything. ❤️ #reflection
It’s not the library we need but definitely the one we deserve
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We saw three #crocodile during the week, not as many as I thought I would see. This one was not afraid of our boat and was just eyeballing us while we flicked for barramundi. When he started swimming towards our boat is when we decided it was time to move on - no crocs jumping in my boat thank you 😂
The Lighthouse Crowd
Tourists, runners, tourists, photographers, chirping birds, tourists, 10 year old kids with iPads that stand in front of your lens taking selfies, tourists, those kids that got dragged up here by Mum and Dad but couldn’t care less about a sunrise, tourists, and tourists.
I’ve only seen a handful of long phallic structures that specialise in light emission. This one in particular had some extra emission going on just behind it, which I guess is what the crowd came to see.
Many thanks to Rod @planetscapes_photography for your local knowledge and helping me along the way. A pleasure to finally meet you mate.🍻
Another must-see location of mine that I’ve been able to tick off on this trip thanks @letsgomotorhomes. Byron is one of those places that always delivers no matter what time year. There’s always something fun going on in one of Australia’s most laid back coastal towns.👌🏼
It doesn’t get much Aussier than this! BBQ & beers in a hut by the river in Far North Queensland with the best family anyone could ask for🙌🏼 I don’t get to see my family very often so I really cherish moments like this❤️.
A birds eye view of the Brighton Beach's colourful bathing boxes (center right). These iconic & much photographed group of 82 brightly coloured wooden beach huts were built from the early 1900s - when Australians were a little more modest and were used by women for privacy when changing into their swimwear.
You can you submit a visa application in photographic form, yeah? I’ve got approval from the local council 😜🦘🇦🇺
When you’re travelling, you lose all concept of time. I don’t even know what date or day of the week it is, it’s bliss. So I was a bit surprised to realise that IT’S MY BIRTHDAY ON SATURDAY! Who forgets their own birthday! It’s also Australia Day and I’ll be spending it in a beach hut on a desert island in the Whitsundays and I cannot WAIT 🏝🥂 #SeeAustralia
It’s crazy to think that every action we make has a ripple effect. Every word that you speak, every action that you make affects other people and the planet.
Use the Ripple Effect to your advantage. Ask yourself each day what positive ripples you can create in your life. It could be to stop using single use plastics or to help someone out in need.
Doing that small positive action can have the potential to become something way bigger and greater than we had ever anticipated.
What’s your good deed for the day?