Tara Jane Seton (@tarajaneseton) β€” travel | words | photography
🌍 real travel stories from an earthling girl
🌺 greener, slower living
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πŸ“Mexico πŸ”œ Belize
🍊tangerine mondrian
(ph: @willtakesphotos_ )
🍊tangerine mondrian (ph: @willtakesphotos_ )...more
09.12.2018 12:19:54
storm day β›ˆοΈβ›ˆοΈ
storm day β›ˆοΈβ›ˆοΈ...more
06.12.2018 16:00:49
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I don't think there's been a single hour in the last 73 days where I haven't lau
I don't think there's been a single hour in the last 73 days where I haven't laughed with you. Thanks for always bringing the good vibes and top bantz @willtakesphotos_
05.12.2018 19:26:37
Sunset swims ✨
We haven't missed a single sunset since we arrived in Progreso 11
Sunset swims ✨ We haven't missed a single sunset since we arrived in Progreso 11 days ago. This beach side town is located on the most northern point of Yucatan so you don't actually get to see the sun set per se, but her backup dancer, the sky, puts on a phenomenal show of peach, orange, pink and lilac every single night 😍
04.12.2018 16:47:58
how is your heart.
is your breath happy. here.
do you feel free ✨

a.m questions
how is your heart. is your breath happy. here. do you feel free ✨ a.m questions via @nayyirah.waheed πŸ“· @willtakesphotos_
03.12.2018 16:02:06
I asked our Mayan guide, Gabriel, why the ancient city of Lakamha ever fell. He
I asked our Mayan guide, Gabriel, why the ancient city of Lakamha ever fell. He told me that the Maya studied nature and appreciated earth like their mother. There was no way the population of 25,000 became ignorant and greedy and used up all their natural resources till they died out. Contrary to the European version of events, Gabriel told me that after centuries of war and the threat of natural climate change, the Maya just knew their time was coming to an end and decided to cease their own existence.
02.12.2018 19:10:18
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I found out something new about myself this past week. I like dogs πŸ•β™₯️
I found out something new about myself this past week. I like dogs πŸ•β™₯️...more
01.12.2018 15:45:24
"meet me at the altar in your white dress" 🎢
"meet me at the altar in your white dress" 🎢...more
30.11.2018 17:19:30
what's the best thing about staying near a kinda shitty beach, in a kinda dead t
what's the best thing about staying near a kinda shitty beach, in a kinda dead town? you can go topless πŸ₯₯πŸŽ‰
29.11.2018 18:19:03
How I remember our trip to the jungle.
A vast ever-changing era of greenery, sur
How I remember our trip to the jungle. A vast ever-changing era of greenery, surrounded by lime green prickly bushes donning nature's very own barbed wire: spiky trees, thorny leaves. We arrived at an opening where pools of aquamarine water rapidly cascaded down limestone boulders that had formed ontop of the households and palaces of the previous inhabitants of this land, the Mayans. Monstera, palms and flowers sprouting out of skinny, rich-green skyscrapers towering over us as we walked barefoot with our Maya guide, Gabriel alongside armies of giant ants, millions of termites and shiny beetles. Howler monkeys swung from skyscraper to skyscraper using vines as ropes and the skies as their concert hall. A once in a lifetime adventure.
26.11.2018 19:24:20
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'The architecturised crater' - Diego Rivera 
4-metre high concrete pyramids arra
'The architecturised crater' - Diego Rivera 4-metre high concrete pyramids arranged to perflectly encircle the 2000-year old lava rock landscape below. The National University of Mexico commissioned 6 sculpturs to create land art sites back in 1979. The purpose was to create a space for the students to gaze, read, think, meditate, invent, create, sing, explore or enjoy. Isn't that beautiful? My university barely had a bench to sit on unless it was in the bar, the canteen or the library πŸ™„. Diego Rivera refers to this piece as an "Architecturised crater" as you can see volcanoes to the West, the university campus to the South and Mexico City to the North πŸŒ‹ Whichever way you look, this is the perfect place to visit when you need a brief break from #CDMX (ph: @willtakesphotos_ )
25.11.2018 23:02:17
white sand 🐚
white sand 🐚...more
24.11.2018 17:38:27
Goodnight Merida, I found you a lil boring but your sunsets are top notch πŸ‘ŒπŸ½
Goodnight Merida, I found you a lil boring but your sunsets are top notch πŸ‘ŒπŸ½...more
23.11.2018 23:17:30
a perflectly-rosy day spent exploring mangroves, swimming in the ocean and hangi
a perflectly-rosy day spent exploring mangroves, swimming in the ocean and hanging out in a pink lagoon surrounded by squawking flamingoes 🌸 (ph: @willtakesphotos_ )
22.11.2018 22:37:16
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What you seek is seeking you - Rumi
What you seek is seeking you - Rumi...more
20.11.2018 22:34:29
You get a lot of time to sit and think whilst travelling. Be it on an 8 hour coa
You get a lot of time to sit and think whilst travelling. Be it on an 8 hour coach journey, a park bench, an airport or a beach. A core benefit of travelling slow is the time you get to know yourself better. No matter which beautiful destination I'm in I can't help but spiral back to the ultimate question, what should I do with my life? Its tone is way less panicky than it was in London. And I'm not obsessed with the permanency of it anymore, my next gig, project or business could be for 1 month, 1 season or 10 years. Whatever it is I'd like to go forward, not backward to what I've done before. I'm 31 now. New year. New decade. A new opportunity to put my time and energy into something that I believe in. Something progressive. Something that unites. Something creative. Something sustainable, for myself, my family and the environment. Small wishes and dreams in the grand scheme of things ✨
20.11.2018 17:07:45
Day one in Merida 🍬 the pastel city
Day one in Merida 🍬 the pastel city...more
19.11.2018 18:45:31
I couldn't resist this cutie 😍
I couldn't resist this cutie 😍...more
18.11.2018 13:58:37
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