Don’t rush to do anything, instead, make time to talk with your neighbors or family members asking how they are doing. Spending time with others may be the last time that this person feels loved.
Today I’m closing the Maui trip with few more photos from around the Island. I really enjoyed this place, from the peaceful warm beaches, surrounded by various shapes of trees, the amazing food and the beauty of the tropics. Hope you enjoy the photos as much as I did taking them.
One of the most precious words in the Hawaiian language is ‘aina, meaning the land. A truly unique island with many hidden jewels, raw beauty, cool air and is extraordinarily inspiring in so many ways. You just need to be open to see and let your body feel the joy of this magic island, definitely another world.
We were surrounded by stunning farms, a winery, gorgeous lavender fields, beautiful rolling pastorall hills with happy cows laying or moving about amidst lush vegetation, mixed together with lovely birds all in perfect harmony like a big happy family. That’s what Nature is all about when you leave it alone and just let it be.
A peek through my lens capturing the tough beauty of these plants. I’m amazed by the enormous varied of succulents and cactus that I see around, embellishing our gardens and houses, plants that are easy to care for, have interesting foliages, shapes and styles on the own.
Hello everyone and Happy March! Today I would like to share a few more photos that I took last year in Hawaii. Since the year passed by so fast I didn’t have much time to post or talk about all the cool places I’ve seen. Today I would like to dedicated this post to the…