Happy national camera day! Capture light 🌈 iPhone 6s Plus/ Inspired by Light & nature. #photo #abstractexpressionism. (Twitter post)
I took this coming bank from my usual morning walk with little Suki. I just wanted to create something different.. So I positioned the iPhone camera toward my ring to pick up all of the fractionated light. The light was coming through the trees above me, so you can kind of see the leaf pattern with some green hues. Also the cute rainbow. The gold left side of the image was my gold ring.
I think it's like abstract expressionism.. With light. Well it's my take. Yx :)
Work like a captain & play like a pirate.. What keeps you balanced? For me it's music and my podcasts.. but sometimes I don't even have a spare min to polish my nails! But I can always listen to a podcast or YouTube video while I'm working. I call it.. multitasking like a BOSS. #GirlBoss ;)
You have to have something to balance you out.. I looove a Himalayan salt bath too as this helps me to soak away the days stresses and really kick back and relax. I've been practicing Reiki now for around.. 14years I think (heck) so that is also my go-to method to unwind de-stress and center myself.
But in proper pirate spirit, who doesn't enjoy a cheeky Rum from time to time hey.. my tipple of choice right now though is a glass of "McGuigan Black Label red" it's soo smooth and tasty. Really fruity and perfect for slowly sipping. "Chink, chink" (crazy pirate shenanigans are optional) Oooh Aah.. Yx ;)
everyday things that inspire.. the beauty of nature & colorful crystals. My mum & Nan have always had crystals, so they're something I've had around me my whole life. Crystals are believed to do a variety of things from transmuting negative energy to powering watches. I think that my Nan's fascination started years back when her and my Grandad lived in South Africa. Don't you think it's funny how natural stones are actually a large part of our culture, the most famous of all would have to be the diamond. Or would you say quarts, for it's practical uses? Yx :)
" Some materials, such as certain ceramics and quartz crystals, can produce electricity when placed under mechanical stress. The ability to convert voltage to and from mechanical stress is called piezoelectricity. Quartz crystals maintain a precise frequency standard, which helps to regulate the movement of a watch or clock, thus making the timepieces very accurate. Quartz is also used in radios, microprocessors, and many other technological and industrial applications." - See more at: http://www.livescience.com/32509-why-is-quartz-used-in-watches.html#sthash.m40y3v0a.dpuf