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George. 19. I'm fortunate enough to study Biology at Oxford, I therefore spend my time embracing and learning about the endless, beautiful intricacies of nature.

Through my studies of biology I some how ended up reading about Buddhism and mindfulness, both of which are huge influences on my life today.
This blog is a collection of my OWN photography, thoughts and creations.
Peace.

Kale smoothie! :DAnything this green has GOT to make you feel good!
Big handful of kale
Half a cucumber 
Handful of grapes
Handful of spinach
100ml mango juice

Kale smoothie! :D

Anything this green has GOT to make you feel good!

  • Big handful of kale
  • Half a cucumber 
  • Handful of grapes
  • Handful of spinach
  • 100ml mango juice
An image I quickly put together in one of my many Simon and Garfunkel inspired moments!Their lyrics, among many things, never fail to amaze me. It’s just pure poetry. Analysing and expressing the wonders of everyday life. They see and share the beauty in what is considered mundane; only true artists can sing a song about shadows and patterns in such a beautiful and inspiring way

An image I quickly put together in one of my many Simon and Garfunkel inspired moments!

Their lyrics, among many things, never fail to amaze me. 
It’s just pure poetry. Analysing and expressing the wonders of everyday life. They see and share the beauty in what is considered mundane; only true artists can sing a song about shadows and patterns in such a beautiful and inspiring way

Just made some changes to my blog, what do you think? :D

Trees, do you remember me, from before?

GOOD MORNING!
3 apples
2 kiwis
1 pear
1 large handful of spinach
3 sticks of celery:) :) :)

GOOD MORNING!

  • 3 apples
  • 2 kiwis
  • 1 pear
  • 1 large handful of spinach
  • 3 sticks of celery

    :) :) :)
Me + tree :)There’s something incredibly satisfying about being high up in a tree.I want to say that it enables you to forget the concerns of daily life, to let it all go and hide away. However, I think it’s more than that. Hauling yourself up into a tree enables you to remember, like looking at old photographs and feeling the warm rush of memories flood back.You remember your roots. You remember that you are an animal, an animal that has strayed from the trees, the soil, the moss and the rivers. Yet you realise, as you feel the rough bark under your bare hands and feet, that you are always free to return. Nature welcomes you back and rejoices in the return of the species that once walked down from the trees.

Now, go climb a tree!

Me + tree :)
There’s something incredibly satisfying about being high up in a tree.
I want to say that it enables you to forget the concerns of daily life, to let it all go and hide away. 
However, I think it’s more than that. Hauling yourself up into a tree enables you to remember, like looking at old photographs and feeling the warm rush of memories flood back.
You remember your roots. You remember that you are an animal, an animal that has strayed from the trees, the soil, the moss and the rivers. 
Yet you realise, as you feel the rough bark under your bare hands and feet, that you are always free to return. Nature welcomes you back and rejoices in the return of the species that once walked down from the trees.


Now, go climb a tree!

Breakfast juice!Such a great start to the day :)3 apples, 5 carrots, 3 celery sticks, and one big handful of kale.This produced 2 big glasses of bright green juice! :D

Breakfast juice!
Such a great start to the day :)

3 apples, 5 carrots, 3 celery sticks, and one big handful of kale.

This produced 2 big glasses of bright green juice! :D