A short detour from the Great Ocean Road you can find the beautiful Beauchamp Falls 💦 🏊♀️ 🌳
1,6321819 February, 2019
We live for moments like these☀️ There’s just something about riding into a sunset with the wind on your face, watching as the golden orb of the sun falls beneath the horizon.
It’s a magical moment that we all would love to cherish more often, but many of us never take the time to watch a sunset.
It’s a great way to reflect appreciating all lifes gifts and the moments that take our breath away💫
What’s something you need to make more time for?
3,04224019 February, 2019
Revelling in the recluse of my coastal hideaway, admiring the contrast of rainbow techniclours of incoming waves and cave walls etched over many a millennia, I quietly think, what a wonderful world.
After first visiting this cave three years ago, along with a few struggles and failed missions to find it back then, I've guided many a trip and multiple groups down to this amazing phenomenon and been able to share in the beauty of the Rainbow Sea Cave with people.
To be able to witness such natural beauty, fierce roars of unrelenting swell and feel the raw power of nature are just a few reasons I chose to sit in the cave by myself on this given day without a group in tow. The incredible rush was undeniable.
To the many people who have enquired since mid last year about my guiding a trip to the Central Coast Caves, I'll be taking a group down on the 17th (Sunday) and 21st (Thursday) of March. Please respond by DM only to save a spot and enquire more. ***********************************************
Location: Rainbow Sea Cave, Munmorah State Conservation Reserve, Central Coast NSW
Directions: Nestled in the heart of the beautiful Munmorah State Conservation Reserve, the Rainbow Sea Cave lies hidden beneath the ocean's tides. 1.5 hours drive from Sydney and found along the stretch of coast along the beaches of Munmorah. Due to some of the risks that can be faced by when entering this beauty I'll be saving the directions for when I guide people down and possibly DMs.
Highlights: Explore the beautiful caves of the Central Coast to Hunter Coastline, and catch a glimpse of elusive wildlife such as the white bellied eagle and Soldier crabs. The iconic Catherine Hill Bay and Munmorah Conservation Reserves are great places to explore!
Note** Always take tides AND swell into consideration for coastal activities, especially sea cave adventures.
Underwater photography always amazes me. I highly respect photographers who can deliver stunning photographs in such difficult working conditions. As a hobby scuba diver myself, I wanted to give this a try, so I bought a rather cheap underwater housing for the Sony a6300. And when I say cheap, it still cost more than 300$, but professional housings easily cost 1000 or even more. Handling the camera underwater was a real challenge, as there is no easy way to focus, zoom or review images. In most cases, I simply pressed the shutter in the hopes that the camera does what I want. The water was quite murky and therefore the focus was wrong more often than not. This is the only shot I got from four dives that I feel is acceptable. What do you think?
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The pendulum is on a down swing right now in my life and I haven’t felt this low in a long time. I’m craving attention. Hugs. Quiet moments. Someone to take care of me... I feel vulnerable and uncertain. So many questions with this sudden drop of energy within me.
Coming down from the high of my trip to Australia has me full of emotion that I don’t know what to do with. So I’m just sitting with it. Embracing it. This is all part of life right?
And then I look at this photo and it brings me right back. The energy is full of mystery and adventure. It’s Almost alien, as though we were on another planet. Sort of feels that way now.
This day was a highlight of my trip. I was so scared of the heights, but thrilled with the mountain feels and the incredible energy of this place. It was magical. I laughed, I felt free, I freaked out... all the best ingredients for a perfect adventure date with an awesome friend.
This day was perfect in its own way. And the memory of it does lift my spirit in this time of need.
I’m not usually one to write when I’m low, but for some reason this feels right. Just wanted to share that not everyday is the best day, but all I can do is my best. And even though I hold sadness in my heart, I have so much appreciation for my experience down under. My gratitude is strong, and with that, it’s a great day to be alive. .
Reminiscing on that time I went exploring in our amazing south west chasing waterfalls...✨🧜🏼♀️ I just happened to stumble across this gorgeous view at Moses rock Beach in Wilyabrup just south of Yallingup😍