Apparently not easy to get there, but Omanawa Falls is definitely on our to-do list this summer. Amazing 📸 by Yoann always taken by seeing his rad images, highly recommend to check out his feed @yoannvitel
2019 was a big year for @milezofadventures and me as far as life changes go. For the first time in our relationship, we spent the entire year in one state and we both settled back into "the grind". In addition, we got a new puppy AND got pregnant (and had our first baby girl!) ♥️🐾🤰👶 This video has been a long time coming, but that's how it always goes! We've been too busy living to review the hours and hours of footage we've captured over the years! For those that don't know...Our entire relationship has been centered around adventure, doing our own thing, and being ourselves through it all (and I captured a lot of it through Glitter Glasses Journey ). These are all things we plan to take with us on this new journey into parenthood, but before we do...it was time to look back on how we got to this point in our lives!
Sooooo..for Miles Hernandez's 31st birthday, I was able to finish this highlight reel of our relationship and wanted to share it with the world! ♥️♥️
👉👉 Link in bio under #MilezofAdventures in my linktree!
. #GlitterGlassesJourney#exploregrandCOunty >>>Music is Lovely Cup by Grouplove. I do not own the rights to this song nor am I trying to make any profit from it.
Kinda feel like I photobombed a bike photo here.
I never know how to feel posting a self portrait, not even sure if this silhouetted shot even counts 🤔
I do know it’s fun playing with cameras and bikes, especially during Canberra Sunsets.
When I took this photo over a year ago, all I could think about was how proud I am to be an Aussie, and so bloody lucky to be apart of this country. Thank you Australia, happy Australia Day legends! 🤙🏼🇦🇺
One of my favourite photos of the big lap, in one excellent location, on one great wine tour... memories ill never forget 🥳
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🇺🇸 If you are convinced that the famous lavender fields are just photoshop on brochures, then your opinion will quickly change as soon as you see them live. A light ripple runs through the purple sea from the slightest breath of wind, heady smells saturated with the sun and lazy buzz of happy bees ... Your feelings will not only be aggravated, they will be reset. Lavender blooms from June to August, and the day spent exploring the Luberon region by bike or car will be the perfect Provencal adventure.
🇷🇺 Если вы убеждены, что знаменитые поля лаванды – это всего лишь фотошоп на рекламных проспектах, то ваше мнение быстро изменится, как только вы увидите их в живую. По фиолетовому морю пробегает легкая рябь от малейшего дуновения ветра, пьянящие, пропитанные солнцем запахи и ленивое жужжание счастливых пчел… Ваши чувства будут не только обострены, они будут перезагружены. Лаванда цветет с июня по август, и день, потраченный на исследование региона Люберон на велосипеде или на машине, станет идеальным провансальским приключением.
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WE ARE SORRY. Today marks the day the First Fleet arrived, commencing white colonisation and the destruction of the indigenous population. Today is not a fair and equitable day to celebrate our country. We acknowledge we live, work, play and are educated on traditional lands of the Darkinjung people. This is beautiful country, we are grateful to be here and we stand as allies with the indigenous community to support moving our national day of celebration to another day that can truly be celebrated by all.
History on our local area: A dramatic change in the Darkinjung society took place between 1790 and 1830. The first Aboriginal groups that were affected by the British were the groups occupying the lower and upper Mangrove Creek and Macdonald Rivers. Before they were deprived of land, the first smallpox epidemic from 1789 and 1790 had already diminished the population of these groups. This was followed by the settlers’ killings in these areas in "defending" their newly-granted land against the "natives"!
Between 1818 and 1825, three different settlement movements had its effect on the Darkinjung:
- From the north over the Hunter and the Wollombi Brook;
- From the south through the abovementioned valleys;
- From the east via the Yarramalong Valley.
By 1850 only a few of the Aboriginal Darkinjung survived.
Have you ever visited Governors Island in New York City? (YOUTUBE video is in the bio!) Governors Island is over half man made and originally served as a US coast guard and army base before becoming a public park in 2005 and now transports you away from the skyscrapers of Manhattan on a quick ferry ride.