Anybody who knows me well, knows I have a thing for lighthouses. So when Mr Jilske and I trekked through New Zealand, I took him on a little detour to Cape Palliser. We camped the night at the bottom of the cliffs. Windy, cold and isolated. But we had a bottle of wine to keep us warm, and the next morning enjoyed breakfast in the company of at least a hundred seals. It’s those little things.
Last week, when I created my facebook page, I hadn’t expected so many people to show their support. Heartwarming. It’s those little things.
So then I thought of how I could say thank you. And I thought back of that cold night up in the cliffs, playing around with my tripod. And I knew it would make for a great desktop background. I also added a portrait of the lovely temple-keeper at Hsinbyume pagoda in Mingun, Burma. So in case you are not a superfan of lighthouse views like I am, you have a choice between a portrait and a landscape. Do leave me a comment below and let me know which one you’ve picked!
I know it’s only a little thing… but it’s those little things that matter 🙂
And speaking of things that matter. Coincidentally, Gavin Gough, an amazing travel photographer, just released a pack of 31 wallpapers. He also teaches photography to under-privileged children. If you like to inspire yourself with beautiful imagery and support this great cause, take a few minutes and check out the link.
Thank you, thank you, thank you x 1000.
Click on the images above to open them in a new window. Right-click and save it to your computer or directly ‘set as desktop background’. Any questions, just ask!