Australia

Make it count πŸ™ŒπŸ»

Some people look for a beautiful place, others make a place beautiful – Hazrat Inayat Khan🎈

Whenever I am in Teneriffe, Brisbane – this gorgeous mural of a girl-blowing-bubbles who I like to think is called Lucy makes me smile. You can never beat a beautiful piece of street art, in the most ordinary of places. We only pass each other before/after work but still, she showers colour and happiness whenever you see her :).

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It just goes to show that even though the repetitiveness is working days and saving for holidays can sometimes get you down, that during your commute to/from work – if you open your eyes – there is sure to be something beautiful just around the corner. 

100’s of people pass this mural daily and don’t look up from their phones.  Whereas she always grabs my attention and makes my heart feel light – despite the kind of day I’ve had at work πŸ™ŒπŸ»

Tell me, what do you notice each day? What do you find beautiful on an otherwise normal commute to work?

Happy Friday!

X C X

7 thoughts on “Make it count πŸ™ŒπŸ»

  1. I need to get out to Teneriffe!! I love street art and am always looking for cool stuff in Brisbane. I notice architecture mostly – there is one building I pass every day and it gets me each time coz I love it so much πŸ™‚

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      1. I work at QUT at Kelvin Grove and one of the buildings on campus (A Block) that I pass is one of my favourites in the city. Actually QUT at Gardens Points has some really nice architecture too

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  2. That is so true! I always pass by Central Park on my way to school (I live in NYC). Although people from all over the world come all the way to the city just to visit this park and it is one of the most popular tourist destinations, I often am blind to see the beauty of this park because I’ve become so used to it. I guess I have to be more thankful of my surroundings 😝 Thanks for this

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