Ready for the weekend! 🌊🏄🌴 Check out @ecosurfgirls taking big strides towards social-environmental change! Let's live consciously! _________________________________ New image from our shoot for @surfgirlmag with our rad team @mb_photowork, @gary_knights, @hair_room_london, @evelyn_make_up, @amy_mua @ripcurl_women @oneilwomens @Roxy @billabongwomens
Just found the perfect #graphictee to lounge in ALL weekend looooooong. HOPE EVERYONE HAS A RELAXING ONE! And if you get bored & feel like being kind to our 🌎, look up why should ditch the chemical sunscreens and only use mineral based ones! Right now Sweden is the only place that has banned Oxybenzone but Hawaii is trying! Plus it's thought to disrupt our hormones when we put it on our bodies. 😮 #savethecoralreefs#protectouroceans#bekind#chemicalfreezone ☠
The beach where Olly was meant to propose @misoolecoresort. This beautiful private island was ours for the evening as we watched the sun set with some champagne and a little picnic basket full of healthy treats. The proposal happened months earlier as he couldn't wait to ask the question, which really made it even more of a surprise! We relived the excitement on the this beach and as the sun set, the bioluminescence lit up the ocean beneath our feet in the shallow water and the fireflies in the trees were so bright. It was the most magical night. The ultimate romantic getaway ❤️
Scroll through to read our Week in Review #seasavewir. This week: 1. Thousands of Illegally Caught Sharks Confiscated in the Galapagos 2. Fish Mistake Plastic Bits for Food 3. Dead Zones Occurring at Rate Not Seen in 94 Million Years 4. Indonesia to Turn Plastic Waste Into Road Tar 5. Costa Rica to Become First Country to Ban All Single-Use Plastics 6. SeaWorld Killer Whale Matriarch Euthanized Catch up on more ocean-related news on our website (link in bio).
#fbf to this delicious pina colada after a day on the beach with @baileybaldwin on her #bacheloretteparty!!! When I ordered this drink, I asked for "no straw" as I try to do when I go out. Why?!? Because Americans use 500 million straws a day! That's like 125 school buses filled with straws that are not reusable or recyclable. After I asked my server at @ritasfollybeach for this request, he happily replied that they are one of quite a few @charleston restaurants participating in #strawlesssummer! I was so excited to hear this. They plan to get either metal straws or paper straws that are compostable in the near future as an option for those who wish to use a straw. Currently, their customers can still get a plastic straw upon request, but I'm guessing only a few people end up asking and a lot of straws are saved from drinks and later from our landfills or precious oceans! If you remember, you could always bring your own reusable straw too! Stores like @lifewithoutplastic, @thezeromarket and @packagefreeshop are a few of the many places you can get such a thing! Such a small step that is making a huge difference. If you're still reading my post, I challenge you to take the initiative and refuse a straw the next time you go out. Servers or bartenders may forget and add one anyways, but the effort is still there. And if you think you're just one person and it's just one straw, believe me, you're still making a huge difference! #makelesstrash#protectouroceans#refusethestraw#stopsucking#pinacolada#itwassogood 🌱❤️🌎
😂🤓 Not everyone is reaching for INSTANT and EASY success. Building a brand sustainably is all about continuing to build a community and making sure our business practices continue growth for EVERYONE's future. Not just selfishly our own. There's plenty of clients seeking our skin care help in every nook and cranny; so NEVER be too thirsty or in competition with anyone. It's a waste of both your time. Do what's authentic; do you 🤓. This weekend, kick off your shoes, take a deep breath and RELAX. You deserve to pay yourself off with some ME time. #recharge
The Honu or Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle is one of my favorite subjects to photograph. Majority of times you will catch them in 5-30 ft. of water, either between rest and coming up for air, or while they are feeding. My favorite encounters are when they understand that I pose no threat to them and are just cruising in 60 ft. of water with no backdrop but blue, as pictured here!