The Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) has been on the top of my list for quite some time now, and I am more than ecstatic to say, that I was able to witness this phenomenal bright dancing natural light during my last trip. Every night, we drove around searching for the Northern Lights, but it wasn’t until the last night of our trip, we were able to witness this bright dancing aurora with our naked eye. At one point of the night, I felt overwhelmed trying to photograph the aurora as it got brighter, and that's when I had to remind myself to put down the camera, and enjoy this astonishing natural light that’s occurring right before me. I felt like I was on a natural high, a dream that was too good to be true. They say pictures do not do it justice, and the Northern Lights is something you have to experience for yourself.
Of all the places we visited while in Tulum last week, this one stood out big time for me. It’s one of those places that makes me thankful we live in a time where we can share moments like this with one another and then go on to experience these things for ourselves. To see a little more from this incredible place, check out the recent video @matt.ferr shared over on his account.
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The afternoon I took this image will stick with me forever, I shared this magic moment with someone that is very dear to me. We sat and watched as Gulaga came to life and will always remember the way we left with a feeling of awe and wonder. .
For the indigenous people of these lands know as the Yuin people, Gulaga represents the mother and holds particular significance for aboriginal women and is seen as a place of cultural origin for the people's spiritual identity. Previously know as mount Dromedary, In 2006 Gulaga and its surrounding lands were handed back to it's custodians. .
We live in a powerfull country thats has thousands of years history that must be acknowledged, we all play a part in remembering and honouring the spritual and cultural significance that the places hold for the indigenous people of our beautiful sunburnt land. .
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