Sitting on top of the sand dunes watching the sunset cast an orange glow on the world makes me a special type of happy 😊. Having to walk down after dark with about half the desert worth of sand in your shoes not so much...
Memories today of some time spent on the Costa rican/ Nicaragua border. Bocas San Carlos.. Before I even new how to use a camera. Luckily phones had just started to have decent cameras to capture a few memories. .
Meet Zion. Him and his mates were mucking around on the beach the same time we were hunting for an epic Darwin sunset spot to shoot. But instead we ended up playing with these guys as the sun went down behind us. For a while I put down the camera and went for a 'parkour' session down the rocks with the lads. They tried to get me to do a backflip but shamefully I still don't know how to (can anyone teach me?! I feel like it's something that I, of all people, should know..) The boys reminded me of the Indigenous kids I used to teach and hang out with in remote WA for @awesomearts projects. Anyway. It's nice to be reminded that it's not all about the big epic landscapes... it's the small moments, the people you meet along the way. Ain't it 🙃
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