Fairytale Bridge.

Taken at: Killarney National Park, Ireland, 2015. I took this picture a year ago, on my first solo trip to Ireland. When I looked at this picture again I was instantly transported back to the beautiful and slightly magical Killarney National Park. I stumbled upon this bridge when I took a detour form the main... Continue Reading →

Birds Eye.

Taken at: Christoffelpark, Curacao, 2016. My family and I visited Christoffelpark, Curacao's national park, and were lucky enough to see this bird. At first I thought it looked like a eagle, but when I did some research later I found out it's a Northern crested caracara. He was definitely still young, and it felt really... Continue Reading →

Catalan Beauty.

Taken at: The Catalan Pyrenees, 2015. This morning, six months after I went to the Catalan Pyrenees for summer break, I finally sat down to properly look at the photo's I took while I was there. When this image showed up on my laptop screen, I instantly smiled. For me, this image sums up how... Continue Reading →

Beached Log.

   Taken at: Koh Samui, Thailand, 2015. It's been a while since I've uploaded a solo image, and to be honest, I don't know how I feel about this one! Like I said in a previous post, I've just gotten back into photography, and this picture is one of those ones which I've stared at... Continue Reading →

The Solo Travel Series: Ireland (Killarney).

  Killarney National Park had so many gorgeous features, like Torc Waterfall. I've just finishing the first leg of my journey: Killarney. The place itself, particularly Killarney National Park, has been amazing. I've hiked 30km's on both days that I've been here, so that has kept me occupied. The scenery is breathtaking, and I've been... Continue Reading →

7 Days, 7 Tips: Exam Stress Tip #3

Exam Stress Tip #3: Take Breaks. It's study week. You have to write to essays, study for three exams, prepare for your oral presentation, and finalize your group project. You're stressed; there's so much to do and so little time. My advice? Take a break. Step away from your laptop, books, and notes, and take... Continue Reading →

Stacking Stones at Lake Tekapo.

I've always loved the sight of stacked stones. While I'm rubbish at balancing more than three rocks on each other myself, others leave their masterpieces for all to see. I don't know what attracts me to stacked stones, some people probably think that it's nothing special. I however love the shapes stacked stones create, sometimes... Continue Reading →

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