Uluru – Did You Know… #atozchallenge


Uluru, or Ayers Rock, is a massive sandstone monolith in the heart of the Northern Territory’s arid “Red Centre” and probably one of the must sees if you visit Australia.

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Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – March 31st, 2017


Sometimes you seem to only see the obstacle rather then the way around or over it. Don’t focus on them. When we start looking closer or further we will realize that there is always a way. We just need to see it and believe in ourselves!

This challenge is all about capturing the roads, walks, trails, rails, steps, etc. we move from one place to another on.  You can walk on them, climb them, drive them, ride on them, as long as the specific way is visible.  Any angle of a bridge is acceptable as are any signs.

Inspired by Cee’s Which Way Challenge


OWPC – Camel


It’s been a while since I was riding a camel but it was a good day. Out there, in the red sand of the Australian Outback. You can actually see Uluru (or also called Ayers Rock) in the background.

I was never aware that there are camels in Australia other than in Zoos but then found out that Australia actually has the biggest number of purebred camels in the world (see here).

Inspired by Jennifer Nichole Wells’ One Word Photo Challenge – Camel

Color Your World – Copper

Copper is one of my favorite colors. Not just because my hair is copper or because my horse was a copper colored beautiful horse. Just because it’s such a warm color.

The pictures above were taken a little while ago while visiting Uluru. Not only Ayers Rock (Uluru) showcases the beautiful copper color but also the soil in the outback.

Inspired by Jennifer Nicole Wells Photo Challenge Color Your World – Copper



SL – Week 31: Time

My take on “Time”, inspired by Silvain Landry’s SL – Week: Time

“…it’s like this. Sometimes, when you’ve a very long street ahead of you, you think how terribly long it is and feel sure you’ll never get it swept. And then you start to hurry. You work faster and faster and every time you look up there seems to be just as much left to sweep as before, and you try even harder, and you panic, and in the end you’re out of breath and have to stop–and still the street stretches away in front of you. That’s not the way to do it.

You must never think of the whole street at once, understand? You must only concentrate on the next step, the next breath, the next stroke of the broom, and the next, and the next. Nothing else.

That way you enjoy your work, which is important, because then you make a good job of it. And that’s how it ought to be.

And all at once, before you know it, you find you’ve swept the whole street clean, bit by bit. what’s more, you aren’t out of breath. That’s important, too… (28-29)”
Michael Ende, Momo


Also inspired by the Daily Post WPC: Time


There are so many things that I get inspired by. Comments by fellow bloggers, conversations with people, athletes that get up again and keep pushing and people that do something that takes your breath away. Most of all though, I find my inspiration in nature and its beauty. Nothing seems so perfect and so beautiful, vulnerable but strong.


Inspired by the Daily Post Photo Challenge – Inspiration