Those of you that know me in ‘real life’ know that I have a little thing with Canada lately. I’ve been escaping there for a few years now. First Yellowknife, then Banff, and most recently to Prince Edward island. These trips have been a huge part of my personal and professional growth over the last 2 or 3 years. Taking my camera somewhere quiet and feeling a sense of peace has repaired me in so many ways, some of which I didn’t even know I needed. Escaping city life and routine, masquerading as an adventurer, and just taking some time for myself in a crazy work schedule has been deeply restorative and immensely rewarding. But if you ask me what I love most about Canada, it would be, without a doubt, these two people here. They’ve supported me through tough situations, encouraged me to push past my self-inflicted barriers in life, and taught me so much about what love really means. I’m so grateful for their friendship, and look forward to many adventures with them in the years to come.
The shorter explanation for this post was ‘twenty minutes in the woods with my besties’! But clearly that would leave out the best parts! Enjoy!
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