My heart is taken away by these dangles from @diabloorganics - I’d list the stones, but I think “magic” will suffice.
Thank you @jimmybuddha for never ceasing to amaze me ♡
2,2075321 May, 2019
'After being mesmerized by the exodus of a few hundred thousand bats (read, a few lakh bats) from the natural cave entrance into the dusky sky (many thanks to Ranger Dave for conducting the evening Bat Flight Program), our jaws continued to remain wide open the next day after descending over 800 feet below the surface to explore the celebrated underground world. The Ranger-guided King's Palace tour (kudos to Ranger Chris for the informative and fun trip) and a self-guided tour from the Natural Entrance to the Big Room (it's 8.2-acres in size, equivalent to 6 football fields, hence the name!) helped us appreciate this marvel of nature from up close. This place is truly a national treasure!' By @telltalepixels
STORY SALE!! 😄🙌🏻🔥✨
This Friday at 5 pm I’ll be making a ton of my ✨NEW✨ inventory up for grabs!!
Lots of these necklaces shown here, earrings (studs too!), and bracelets!! So excited!!
Set a reminder or go to my story to get a notification!! 😘✨
7,7348023 July, 2019
Just in case you’re sick of larimar (I’ve never heard of such a thing, but I guess anything is possible), I’m breaking up the blues in your feed with some good ol’ fashioned sparkly purple. These amethyst flowers - the tips of the stalactite - just went up in the Crystal Lion shop and I’m not exaggerating when I say they’re the prettiest I’ve ever seen. Sending you into the weekend with some #grapejelly 🍇 my loves!
Scenes from the northern side of Langkawi:
1. Kilim Geoforest Park, where we spent almost two hours on a boat cruising through the mangrove swamps and visiting associated sites.
2. Durian Perangin Waterfall, where I again practiced some longer flowing-water exposure (and learnt about anticipating water droplets on exposed lenses).
3. Sublime quintessential tropical view from Tanjun Rhu Beach (where we also had a flavourful mango shake -yum!).
4. The intricately interwoven root systems and lush verdant green of the mangrove trees.
5. Stalactite in the (appropriately named) "Bat Cave" (take a closer look at the specks on top right of the picture).
6. Batty in Bat Cave! 🦇
7. Brahminy kite (Haliastur indus) spotted feeding in the mangrove waterways.
8. Spectacular sky and clouds rounding off the little trip.