Nature and bubbles explains everything about my life and what I see and experience.
The closer I am to source (nature, bushes, honesty, simplicity, greener foods), the happier I am.
The more peaceful I am, (stopping, photographing, drawing, walking, swimming, sitting, meditating) the more bubbles, rainbows and intricate patterns I see.
The more stimulated my senses (sight, colour, taste, smell, experience), the greater my connection with the world.
“Nature” is obvious. I feel invigorated when I am in nature. Nature being the bush, mountains, valleys, forests, oceans, creeks and rivers. Anything not man-constructed seems to make me feel more at ease and present.
Even on the food side, being as natural as possible makes a lot of sense. Eating natural means your health is better, your impact on the planet is less and you are contributing to a more sustainable future – all of which feel good.
I’m a massive foodie who advocates organic and green and will travel well out of my way to try the latest organic cafe or restaurant.
Many think the “Bubbles” relates to my appreciation of champagne and sparkling wine and whilst that is true, (very true) they are not the only bubbles I see in my life.
Bubbles are everywhere if you open your eyes.
There are bubbles in a breaking wave on a blue day, in a raindrop on a leaf, in a droplet diving over a waterfall capturing by sun on the way down.
So “nature and bubbles” is a combo of everything I love, see, feel, taste and experience.
It’s a bit of fun, travel, adventure, cultural enlightenment, live music, healing, health, food, resorts, philosophies and charity. And people and interviews and random bits of life that I find stimulating, interesting and quirky.
It is a combo of things I love, my life, my photography and philosophies. I hope you enjoy this insight and can draw inspiration to do any thing you want in life.
I see bubbles everywhere and I love them. They make me feel playful and smile
I hope they do the same for you too.