The Sun Voyager
This iconic statue along the seaside of Reykjavik unveiled to mark the 200th Bday of the city of Reykjavík on August 18 1990. Designed by artist, Jon Gunnar, the statue is built of stainless steel and is the artist’s interpretation of a dreamboat and ode to the sun. Jon’s intention was to give the city something that inspired dreams and imagination and symbolizes light and hope . It is not ,as some think , a Viking ship.
Taken on our last day in Iceland as we decided to walk around the seafront of Reykjavik. Oh and thanks to Jason @remoh313 for giving scale 😁🙌
.See full version in my Ig Story 👆🏻
Our first official book stockist is on board - @twizelbookshop
Twizel is one of the fastest growing towns in NZ and the ultimate holiday and recreation hub, especially in summer when the town roars with people and hot, pristine days!
Next time your in the area, go see Renee and find an outstanding array of thoughtfully collected books right next to the @hydrocafetwizel 🖤
These books will be in store in less than TWO weeks so keep an eye out 😊
City Rush // 🗽
From the beauty of road tripping through national parks to the M train leaving the Marcy Avenue station in Brooklyn 😅
Despite all of my recent posts coming straight from my last trip, I’ve been back to reality in New York for a couple months now - freelancing, handling life stuff, and planning for the future. I took this image today waiting for my train home aha 😇 Tomorrow I’m actually heading to Washington DC to visit some really close friends for Thanksgiving and I couldn’t be more excited for that 😃
Got lots of things in the works. Just wanted to post a little real update of my life today 😌
Hope you guys are good, would love to hear from you,
This vast, red desert with all those twisted, dry twig-like plants, was one of my most memorable impressions during my trip around Australia in 2016. Fell in love with the Pilbara instantly that day, and still love it now!