I decided to keep things quiet for the beginning of 2015. Which is completely out of the norm as we usually see the new year in with a bang. So why the need for solitude? The past few years have been highly paced and some amazing things have been achieved. In the lead up to the close of 2014, I felt this strong urge to silence the noise around me. I took action and detached from all that has occupied too much of my time. Life is overly clouded by 'newsfeed', 'comments', 'likes' and 'shares'. It was time for a physical refresh.
Time to STOP!, BREATHE! and FOCUS!
Become one again with what its like to live without (the burden of) social media. Time to smell the roses, watch that sunset...take in all the hues of nature. Live aware of what its like to actually live aware. Time to pick up my camera and really dive into my photography journey. (not that my nikon is really ever out of my hand)
I spent new years day with my gorgeous family taking in the lovely scenery of Lake Illawarra. We packed the kayaks and a picnic and spent the day soaking up the sun, sand and salt water. Time well spent with those who mean the most to me...minus the iphone! We sat by the lake and watch the sun disappear over the horizon and on the drive home stopped to take in the spectacular lightening show over Picton, Camden and Narellan. Mother Nature surely put on one hell of a great new years day.
I haven't quite put my finger on what 2015 has in stall, but I feel it will entail some drastic change...and I welcome it with open arms.
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