The Taj Mahal is a symbol of love, and it impressed me so much that I went twice in one day! I was lucky enough to see the Taj at sunrise, and again at sunset where I sat behind the Taj Mahal on the Yamuna River.
This elephant was made from all of the animals in the Everything is Possible ~ India Collection. If you look closely, you'll see the eye of a buffalo, the tail of a gecko and many more creatures. How many can you find?
The tree of life is represented in cultures across the world. We are reminded to stay grounded, remember our roots, to bend before you break, to stand tall and proud and most of all, to keep growing.
This was my favourite mode of travel in India. The endless rides across bumpy terrane are memories stitched into the fabric of my existence and will be forever felt in my shock absorbing spine.
In the middle of South Delhi lies a little oasis. It goes by the name Haus Khas and is a vibrant village full of restaurants, shops, ancient ruins... and a deer park complete with peacocks.
These fish are a symbol of the continuous cycle of existence.
This is one of my favourite yoga postures. Some say if you can hold this posture with closed eyes for ten minutes you are in perfect alignment. Whilst I'm nowhere near to this goal, I do learn a lot from my practice. When I fall out, I jump right back in. Some days are easier than others. Some days are impossible. But every day is unique.
This painting was inspired by my favourite Gandhi quote "be the change you seek in the world", advice which I try to follow at every moment.