Burger lovers, stop everything! Our new food menu has hit and it includes mini cheese burger cigars! 🤤 Legit worth not buying groceries for the week so you have an excuse to eat these everyday! They are as good as you think, and maybe better. 🧀 🍔 #PandaTalk#TheSmokingPanda
3 2431 minutes ago
Curti muito as fotos feita com a @leanadieguez. A garota de sorriso fácil.
2 2932 minutes ago
I was only taking photos of the trees and then it turned out like this...
Do what makes you you
These past few months have been weird, so many things in my life have changed and that for some reason comes through in my photos. So many peoples negative opinions somehow outweigh the positive opinions and that really got to me. I saw some people check out my work recently and as they got lower in my feed and I saw all my old shots it got me missing how I used to shoot and edit. No way am I going back to the insane saturated look or anything crazy like that but I want to bring back some of those popping bright colours 🔥
I miss it and I feel like that used to be my style and I have lost it. I want to do a mix between travel and landscape content and I hope you all stick around 🤙
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Took this picture of an autumn sunset in Brighton last weekend 🍂🍁I’m still surprised how it’s not that cold yet in England. Even a few weeks back when it was down to 2C, it didn’t feel that cold (thanks to central heating!). I’m interested to see what January and February bring yet. Those Aussie winters (without heating that it was so cold indoors I could see my own breath) has hardened me up over the years 😉Surprising right? And we all thought it’s always hot in Aus! Housing is built for the summer to keep you cool so without insulation and heating, I always found winter freezing. Aircon is always on year round in offices and shops too which didn’t help. I do miss those constant blue sky winter days though. Luckily we have one of those today here in Brighton too! Hope you’re having a good weekend!
2 57an hour ago
As i reached the bottom of the ocean my ears squeaked and the light pain I'd allowed to build, so I could make those last meters, was relieved. I felt the weight around my waist pull me down to the ocean floor and I tried to relax. I turned to look up at my buddy, a light shape hovered above me, concealed by the murk he was almost invisible. I hoped he could see me. If I stayed too long I'd need him.
The freedive session so far had been terrible. Every dive I'd felt on edge. The visibility was terrible and on my first dive I'd been surprised by a large ray that suddenly appeared out of the sand and dartered in to the gloom. It set my heart racing. Something had to change.
Rather than simply hold my breath and wait to surface I decided to play a game. As I settled on the bottom I pulled myself into the sea grass, completely immersing myself and lay completely still. I wanted to become camouflaged, no longer a snorkeler but now just another piece of the ocean, invisible. As I lay there, motionless, an unexpected thing happened, the fish began to return. One by one they swam closer, weaving their way through the weeds and returning to their daily business. The largest of the shoal caught my eye, it noticed me in a way the others hadn't and for a moment we looked at each other...
...I checked my watch. I'd smashed my breath hold record. I didn't need to breathe yet, I felt like I'd found a meditative state, a flow, but it was time to leave and become a snorkeler again.
As always, thank you and I hope you like tonights image.
Unparalleled bay views, stacked with cultural history. La Perouse in Sydney's east is a unique place for a picturesque picnic, a wander around Bare Island, and even a little snorkelling. #ilovesydney
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The prettiest street in Sydney!! 😊😍💜Made it in between the rain breaks today to the annual purple canopy of jacaranda blooms. It’s just breathtakingly beautiful - that’s why there’s so many other people there, and from all over the world too.
Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago.
— Warren Buffett