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Cape Byron

Stepping into the Light

As most of us know British explorer Captain James Cook cruised past the most easterly point of the Australian mainland on the 15th of May 1770. Cape Byron was named in honour of John Byron another British Explorer, not Lord Byron the English poet as… Read More »Stepping into the Light

On any given Saturday

On any given Saturday there is always a story to be told through a lens. This morning was no different, magical moments in time captured forever. A giant Sea Eagle with his breakfast held tightly in his talons. My Dad and George Greenough discussing the… Read More »On any given Saturday

The North Western Blow

The North Western Blow : Byron Bay : Buy Photo The long weekend is behind us. The sky has opened up into blue. The wind is an unseasoned North-Westerly. The ocean is still untamed and moody. Balance is being restored. With a forecast of sunny… Read More »The North Western Blow

Two sides to every Cape

Four Metres : Byron Bay : Buy Print – 020611_1 Cape Byron is like the centre piece of a coin. The difference between heads and tails. Today and yesterday is seeing the bombardment of a 3-4 Metres SE swell upon our shores. The Southern side… Read More »Two sides to every Cape