Down the Coast

Down the coast, lapped the sharp outline,
presents certain stark realities and
a wilderness of beauty.

 Photo taken with our drone.

The Master

The saviour of anything is the thinker of everything. It’s the master mind behind creation. Ways to save loved ones. Designing a tattoo to solve the path way. Dress it on the body to have it all within everywhere. Being alone, quiet to think and demonstrate. Failure are easy to come in the way. Genius are behind all this to solve the mystery of the master. It never ends. Lions, owls, rays, arrows, paths, flowers and numbers. That all ends to a solution. Success. Never stop. Start again.

Own Yourself…

If we lose ourselves… We  lose everything… But if we lose ourself into something we love, we discover our own lives and happiness. It’s the smile, the personality and the feeling that you leave on the other person, after an experience is your own trademark.

Give yourself an Option!

“Give yourself an option”
Larry from the film ‘Race’ 2016

From the film ‘Race’ (2016), there were several quotes that one can associate within his life. “Give yourself an option” was one that for me was highlighted throughout the film. For the main actor, Jesse, was meant if he doesn’t want to end with the competition at least he qualifies and then choose what he do. For him, at least he was giving an option to pick out in a later stage.

In reality, life is full of options, some of them will be with fear. So you have to do them afraid. Choose the things that truly matter. Get comfortable with being uncomfortable. Life can change in a blink of an eye. Never give up on yourself. Take the option and later consider the way. Be who you were born to be.

Leave comments if you have seen this film and let me know what are your thoughts. Or if you have an experience of options let me know. We are all here to learn from each other. Let’s get connected!!! 🙂 xx


Golden Gate Bridge – Abstract

This 3 images are drawings that I have drew over 9 years ago for an Art Exam.
Inspiration of Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, USA.
The three drawings are almost the same concept with different colour palette.

Image 1

Use of Warm tone colours

Image 2

Use of Cold tone colours

Image 3

Use of Cold and Warm tone colours