Have you ever visited a place that invokes all your senses? Where, as soon as you arrive, you feel instantly at one with nature?
One of my all time favorite camping spots, about six hours north of Melbourne, is the aptly named Pink Lakes in the Murray Sunset National Park. It’s one of those magical places that makes you feel as though you’ve left the craziness of the world behind. It’s remote, has a wild isolation about it and yet it’s also really accessible.
At a time when I’m trying to be more mindful it’s a place that reminds me to awaken to all my senses.
Today my dear blogger friend, Jessica from Unmeasured Journeys inspired me with her latest post about listening to the wind and feeling with all of our senses in nature. So let me take you on my own sensory journey into the heart of the Pink Lakes.
What we saw
What we felt
What we tasted
What we heard
What we could smell
Where ever you are I hope you can open up all of your senses to enjoy every moment.
To feel, hear, smell, touch and see every ounce of beauty that surrounds you. Whether it’s in the extraordinary or the ordinary moments of life.
Keep enjoying the journey with the ones you love. And with yourself.