Hi, I’m Chelsea. I live in Vancouver, but I’m British. I’m happiest in nature, but I’m often too lazy/anxious to make the effort, so I drink tea and read books instead. I still buy single use plastic, but recognize it’s a journey, and my habits won’t change over night. I love cooking, walking in the rain, the smell of dusty old shops, eating all the fruits and vegetables, travelling to new places, a good thrift find, and above all else, my husband Tom. I’m not so keen on being away from my English friends and family, humidity, being hungry, crumbs, unsustainability and cruelty.
Your turn, let me get to know you too! Name, location and somethings about your beautiful self 🌾
Inspired by @mamalinauk
This is Miriam. She used to be a cashier but the entire baby boomer demographic kept telling her "YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT HARD WORK IS MISSY!" Until she just atrophied into wood out of apathy. Nature was all like "Excellent choice Miriam" and gifted her a bunch of pretty birds. Baby boomers still keep yelling at her that she's just an entitled bird-girl who doesn't know how to earn a dollar, but she can't hear them anymore because she is a tree. Miriam is much happier now.
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Practicing gratitude for those everyday things that are easy to take for granted or miss all together. Appreciating the little things🙏
1 110 minutes ago
С большим удовольствием променяла бы все экскурсионно - развлекательно - туристические поездки на безлюдные прогулки по невероятно красивым местам.
Бескрайняя пустыня, рядом виднеется потрясающе прозрачная голубая вода, влажный морской воздух, ощущение полной свободы и..
вот «бедуины» уже зовут пить чай 😅
I was running on empty
I was feeling so low
When You made me a promise
To never let me go
I was falling to pieces
When You carried me home
When You told me you loved me
And my prodigal soul
And I want to come home
I can't make it alone
🏔🏞 Kirkjufell 🌲🇮🇸🗻
Kirkjufell is a 463 m high mountain on the north coast of Iceland's Snæfellsnes peninsula, near the town of Grundarfjörður. It is claimed to be the most photographed mountain in the country. Kirkjufell was one of the filming locations for Game of Thrones season 6 and 7, featuring as the "arrowhead mountain" that the Hound and the company north of the Wall see when capturing a wight.
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Turf house in Iceland 🇮🇸 😍 Would you live here?😊
I captured this bushy, little fella on a morning hike to Mirror Lake. Yosemite National Park is teeming with wildlife, and is home to more than 400 types of species, including mammals, birds, fish, reptiles and amphibians. The high diversity of species is the result of diverse habitats in Yosemite that are largely intact. The most common wildlife you'll encounter are members of the rodent family, which includes squirrels and chipmunks. The gray squirrel is the easiest to recognise, with its big, bushy tail and curiuos behaviour. Mule deer are another easily spotted mammal in the valley, and I also ran into quite a lot of coyotes, which are supposed to be very shy and try to avoid humans. Not the ones I met, they followed me around and even ran next to my car on the roads. Some of the animals you are unlikely to spot, but also live here, are the American black bear and mountain lions! As with all wildlife, never feed a squirrel, no matter how cute they may look:-) 👌🐿🌲🐾😊 #yosemitevalley#mercedriver#ynp#sierra#yosemite#yosemitenationalpark#wildcalifornia#elcapitan#halfdome#yosemiteinwinter#landscape_capture#landscapelover#landscapephotography#travelphotography#naturelover#mirrorlakeyosemite#squirrel#forest