On my journey down the Australian East Cost there is one little town where I knew I had to spend a little longer: Byron Bay!
I have been visiting this awesome place twice before and I knew it is awesome so I rented myself a small room for approximately four weeks to enjoy the beaches, the people, to improve my surfing skills and to take my camera around to take photos in and around Byron Bay.
Cape Byron, which marks the north-east borer of Byron Bay is the most easterly point of Australia and a great starting point for a photographical journey through this amazing place:
When continuing walking around Cape Byron to the South you arrive at the beautiful lighthouse from where you have an amazing view over the town and can enjoy magnificent sunsets:
While the sun is setting over the town and the main beach the more quiet Tully Beach, which you can nicely overlook when following the Lighthouse Road, is being casted in awesome pastel colours while the sun has gotten too low in the west to touch its sand:
The biggest challenge that you actually have as a photographer at this amazon place is that the weather is literally too good! There are often no clouds in the sky so when composing your shots you have to pay attention not to include too much blue sky in many cases. During my remaining time here in Byron Bay I want to get up early to see what the sunrises are like on the east facing Tully Beach. Let us see what I can come up with.