Byron Bay

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Mar 17 09 In Byron Bay Today

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Good God, how extraordinarily beautiful it was . No really serious waves I’m afraid, well not if you’re riding anything under nine feet long that is. But for those who love to go logging, Byron was living up to its reputation today as one of the world’s great longboard waves. It was just pretty, really pretty. There were light offshore winds blowing, the sun was shining and the sand banks are settling into their new locales. To top it all off the crowds were fairly tame. Things are a little quiet around town at the moment, which is not unusual for this time of year. The uni students have all gone back to their studies. There’re a few families around some nice folks from overseas, and everyone’s taking a little R&R before it all speeds up for the Easter holidays. Personally I feel it’s at times like this that we get to see the real Byron Bay. Not the fantasy holiday destination, but rather the small coastal community loved by so many around the world. Rambling I hear you say? Yes I suppose I am. I can’t help it; sometimes I just become overwhelmed with gratitude to be alive and kicking .
To all those to all those funky folk who chose to pose for us today. We’d just like to say. Thank you, for being .