Just arrived in Sydney after road tripping from Melbourne. Best of 90′s compilation CD on blast, a ton of healthy snacks (lots of bananas mainly) and one of my best girlfriends by my side the drive was breezy. In Sydney and straight to the beach – I’m loving the sunshine, definitely missing the Bali warmth though! Speaking of Bali, I have a comprehensive healthy travel guide on it’s way! In the meantime, this was my day, today. The hat I picked up along the way from a vintage store, vintage 1967 board I borrowed from the photographer and tee and denim are two of my favorite basics on rotation (links below)
Next stop Byron Bay – but first, a Sydney adventure awaits..
Photographed by Josh Hedge
“Yet there is something so beautiful in the way the ocean refuses to stop kissing the shoreline, no matter how many times it’s sent away.”
This was the theme of this shoot I was a part of recently for The Cult Collective.
There’s something beautiful in loving something that we can’t hold, something infinite and more powerful than we are. Maybe this love is embodied in a spirit or a deity. Maybe this love is a dream, or an idea. Or maybe this love is a person, an undisclosed friendship, or maybe this love is for ourselves.
Just like the tide, rolling in at sunset, sometimes we don’t realize that the love we yearn for is right between our fingertips, floating silently away until we are ready to hold on and ride its beautiful, albeit daunting, waves.
Words by Sarah Kay
Photographed by Robby Mueller