Those who know me, know that I don’t go many places without a pair of a trusty Dr Martens on my little feet. This pair in particular! They look very different now from when I first bought them. Fresh out of the store they were shiny silver, almost mirror-like, but over time they have cracked and scuffed, the laces have become frayed and threadbare and the soles are wearing thin.
This is one of the only pictures I have of them in all their shiny glory
Those age lines only make me love them more. I love that they look well worn like they have been on a journey, they tell more of a story than the fresh shiny pair they once were, and they have come to represent me. So I would like to show them to you, my most loved and most worn item, probably ever.
When planning our road trip sat on our warm comfy sofa in November, Yosemite was one of the places on the agenda I was most excited to visit.
Maybe it is because as a Mac user at work and at home, I see the beautiful El Capitan mountain entering my subconscious every day. It could also be the lovely Ansel Adams book we have in our flat, featuring the mountains in black and white beautiful imagery. Either way, I couldn’t believe we were about to embark on a trip where we would be able to see them for ourselves, first hand. What a privilege!
These are the kinds of trips that someone like me always dreams of taking, I honestly never thought I would actually get to make these dreams a reality. When we finally made it there driving into Yosemite felt no less like a dream, I felt like a child looking at everything with amazement and awe. In all my life I have never seen such beautiful landscapes. View Post
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