If happiness is about perspective, the view is looking pretty good from my @sunnylifeaustralia lobster floatie with a @barefootwine spritzer at #sunsetbeach ... FYI no filter on these pics that’s just the color of the water 😍
Person #1 : “HO! Watchu looking at?”
Me: “My destiny...”
All my life I’ve been searching for my purpose. I have failed many times in doing so because I conformed my identity to what the world told me was right. In order to find your purpose you need to place your identity in Christ. Once I placed my identity in Christ it allowed me to find my purpose, activate my potential, and step into my destiny.
Hawaiian Serenity🌴🌺 Thought of the day: What is the point of dreaming if you don’t put the time in and work to execute it? Create your own lane and don’t let yourself get in the way of YOU! Believe in yourself a thousand percent. It’s moments like these that remind me to stay the course, and trust the long, grinding process🌴🌎 PS: I could watch this on a loop all day😂 Tag someone you think would love it here!✌🏼
today is world photographers day and it’s pretty insane for me to think that just two years ago my life changed because of a camera. since finding this passion, I’ve been to places I never thought I’d go, and have had experiences I never thought I’d have... and it’s all happened before the age of 20. so stoked to continue to follow this dream, here’s to all the amazing times ahead 🍻
Chinatown is Oahu’s go-to place for street photography. Full of bustling streets, historic buildings and walkways, immigrants, exotic foods, it’s one a place where the hip and the homeless can be found in close proximity. Chinatown is full of wonder, of the alien, of the unknown. It’s the perfect place to capture intriguing images while being a fly on the wall 👌🏽
This was one of those moments when you snap the shot and just know it’s the one. The perfect setting..that scene you go to when your feeling down, lonely, unworthy, and incomplete. Being a person that has struggled with depression, I have always valued and found therapeutic the process of taking pictures and learning to bring out the best in post. If you go through the same things just remember your not alone, there is always a way to connect with others that share the same love for similar passions as yourself.