Dunno where I am. I would be guessing if I took a stab at the location offerings. Somewhere on road after crossing another mountain range. Think a bit south of Vihn. Heading North. See some weather in the distance to the north. Hoping it isnt bad by time I get there.
Seas of green rice fields. People nonchalantly walking thier oxen and waterbuffalo. Traffic on highways nice. Weather cooling noticeably as I move northern.
on võimalik et me ei kohtu aga kuhugi ehitatakse põld mis kasvatab tulevikku ja mälestusi = ma näen sind läbi rohuliblede ja voolava vee - ma näen su ripsmeid loojuvas päikeses mis enne horisondi taha kadumist on kui punane verd täis silm = aega ei ole - kiiret ei ole = on merelt tulev tuuleiil mille sees on rosinad ja pähklid - austrid ja punased krabid #siamcenter#summerinsiam#landofthai#greengreengrassofhome#ricefield#pattaya
I’m not taking (m)any photos at the moment. I’m finding the lack of sunshine and short days a struggle and feel like all the days are blending into one. I’m trying not that successfully to work out how best to structure my days to include some work, boat and van sorting, marathon training, writing and photography and to take advantage of the short daylight hours. I feel like this should be easy, but either I’m hugely undisciplined (quite possible) or I’m just finding this time of year quite hard. I feel like I just need to hibernate.
I know the things that I should do. Accept that this time of year IS hard, and be kind to myself. Get outside and do exercise when it’s light. Make the most of the dark evenings and let myself sleep long. Keep plugging away with work so that when the summer comes, I’ll be able to take advantage of the long, light, warm days🤞. And get out and take some photos.
I’m doing some of these things, but struggling with others. So in meantime I’m digging out some photos from a few years ago. In 2016 I spent a few very hot, very sweaty weeks in Vietnam. I posted some phone shots at the time, but nothing from my real camera - a Sony RX100 mk IV. This first one is in the Muong Hoa Valley, close to Sapa, with our guide from the Hmong people.
I’M PERMANENTLY MOVING TO BALI 🌴
Yes, after few years I’ve decided that Bali is going to be my first home 🏡
Living in Bali has changed me a lot especially about how i see my life day by day.
I became more optimistic and more productive with a coconut 🥥 on the beach 🏖 than a desk within 4 walls.
Thanks to Bali i met so many beautiful friends and probably also thank to this i met my love @milamilcamp ❤️ Moving to Bali doesn’t mean that i will stop traveling around the world, but probably just have a place that i can call home ❤️ In fact for this year I’m planning to visit the following places: Indonesia, Thailand, Maldives, Morocco, UAE, USA, Greece, Spain, Italy and probably more depending on the plan.