Wander.Love. Protect

In this day and age, there is no more denying it: we are citizens of the world, all connected in some way and all responsible for this beautiful planet we were given. Through my travels, I was fortunate enough to be reminded of how truly stunning our word is – sometimes feeling so small next to a tree that has been looking over its land for centuries, sometimes other times stopping in awe at all the colours mother nature can create or even being reminded that no matter how grand and sophisticated our innovations are, it can all be taken back.

And so, for this Earth Day, I’d like to share a few of my favourite travel shots that remind me how fortunate I am to have experienced our world. Hopefully this will also inspire you to wander, love and protect too.

Feeling o so small. Kauri Forest, New Zealand
Hiking the glaciers. Franz Josef Glacier, New Zealand
Now that’s what I call a grand view. Blue Mountain National Park, Australia
Discovering the Australian Rainforest. Noosa National Park, Australia
Sun piercing through a passing storm. Tasmania, Australia

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