I wanted to share with you some seemingly meaningless photos. These photos as a whole contrast in very different ways, however they are linked by one important thing; they represent memories I have from my time studying at Griffith University, and the subsequent adventures I have had.
Making memories is an important part of studying abroad; they inform your life when your journey as a student is over and they stay with you to build the foundations for future memories. Most importantly they represent the decisions you’ve made, the risks you’ve taken, the people you’ve met and the friends you’ve made.
Here are 5 photos that represent some memories I made during my study abroad at Griffith Uni…
Australia’s most easterly point was the cause for this empty bottle.
A weird insect I encountered during my visit to Pink Lake, Melbourne.
A dramatic sign which I found hilarious discovered at the Twelve Apostles.
Beautiful colours located in the National Gallery of Victoria.
A jigsaw snake I put together with the help of my friend, when we went to a dinosaur exhibition.
All these photos remind me of different experiences, some are of great times with friends, some are of learning curves which have taught me interesting things about Australian culture and some are of personal development. However these seemingly meaningless photos depict some of the most enriched moments of my life, and they are a reminder to me that I need to keep making the most of my surroundings.