| Written by Trish |
We’ve been on the road a lot more than usual this month and, as much as I enjoy adventure and moving at a pace that keeps up with the kids as well as some kind of social calendar, my body and mind craves a little slow living every now and then. I’d been lacking the motivation to photograph personal work in the last few weeks and it’s funny how sometimes life gives you what you need when you least expect it. Like after returning home from Canberra one evening near midnight and suddenly realising I needed to be up before the sun for a session the next day. And then arriving early to find a few minutes of solitude before work began. I loved feeling the cool air against my skin in that early hour. And that I had the time to not only notice the native foliage but to breathe it in and appreciate their beauty. To just be still and watch the rays of morning sun find their way through the clouds while the sound of waves crashed upon the rocks nearby. Simple pleasures really, but such a gift in themselves. (And totally worth documenting.)
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