Wild and Free

February 10, 2014

IMG_5165IMG_5064 IMG_5072IMG_5082IMG_5177IMG_5056IMG_5074IMG_5119IMG_5053IMG_5092IMG_5173IMG_5062IMG_5108IMG_5080IMG_5158IMG_5100IMG_5077 “There is a need to find and sing our own song, to stretch our limbs and shake them in a dance so wild that nothing can roost there, that stirs the yearning for solitary voyage” ~ Barbara Lazear Ascher

This post is dedicated to the wild and free, to those who crave the open road, or to climb the largest and oldest tree in the forest, or maybe scour the bottom of the ocean for mermaid treasures. To those who dream of rainbows, waterfalls, and mountains, and crave solitude in nature. The sea gypsies who would love nothing more than to ride the waves of the ocean over and over again and let the salt water settle on their skin for days.

I dream of cliff jumping into azure waters, swimming with whale sharks and dolphins, exploring ancient ruins, climbing a snowy glacier surrounded by opalescent waters, bathing in waterfall mists, and dancing wildly around a fire after a wonderful communal feast in celebration of life, friendship and love. I’m having a good time igniting my own inner wanderlust and hopefully yours too. 

Allow yourself to dream the wildest of dreams imaginableAllow your mind, your heart, your soul to be free. Allow them to expand as you dream so much that you can’t stop smiling. Keep that energy building until you feel peace wash over you. And then keep on dreaming some more :)

With love and gratitude xx

Outfit Details

Big Sur Necklace ~ Wild and Free Jewelry

Handmade Crochet Shorts ~ Lisa’s Closet

Silver/Copper Stacking Rings ~ Minc Collections

Wild Flower Buffalo tee, Indian Summer Tassel Kimono, Dreamweaver bag, cuff, rings ~ Spell Designs

Summer Fedora ~ Seed Heritage

Boots ~ Mollini

Model/Styling ~ Helen Janneson Bense

Photography ~ Bobby Bense

Location ~ Sun Dial, Cottesloe, Western Australia

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