Weekend Getaway Santa Fe Things to Do
We’ve all been a bit stressed out lately, ahem COVID-19, and our ability to be one-with-nature is severely limited. Spending time in nature is good for our health. Science backs this.  But not many people know that simply viewing images of nature is shown to reduce stress levelsIt works in a similar way that makes us feel really happy when we see pictures of a cute animal. Now more than ever it’s important to manage our stress levels to ensure we are keeping up with our mental hygiene.  So in an effort to help you reduce your stress with the help of nature, I’m sharing some of my latest videos.
Weekend Getaway Santa Fe Things to Do

One Minute of Relaxation Underwater

The last time I was in the water was a beautiful day with clear water and a nice variety of marine life.  When I was returning to shore I came across a school of baitfish and watched them glide through the water as the light rays bounced around. This one minute video reminds me of how I felt in that moment. Which, of course, was super relaxed and full of gratitude.

Swimming with Whale Sharks

Swimming with the largest shark in the world isn’t as scary as it sounds.  Whale Sharks are filter feeders.  When we came across the Whale Sharks they were in a vertical filter-feeding pattern making it much easier to observe them in the water. They seemed as curious about us as we were of them.

Swimming with Baby Manatees

Baby manatees have got to be one of the cutest beings in this world. When I was in Crystal River, Florida I was lucky enough to swim with a handful of these cuties.  Some freshly baked.

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Daina - Founder of headedanywhere.com

Daina - Founder of headedanywhere.com

Writer, Photographer

Daina is the sunset and ocean obsessed photographer and writer behind underwater and adventure photography blog, Headed Anywhere, featuring photography tips and hacks to simplify your busy life.

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