These photos are scenes from the past couple of days roving around Byron from the hills to the sea gathering stories for the paper.
I have to tell you, I am so tired from upping the hours at work so suddenly, and I still have so many more words to pump out, but still grateful that “work” also means I get to take in this kind of scenery. We really do live in a beautiful part of the world and even in the midst of "busyness", I find that taking a photo can remind me to slow down, just for a moment, and notice (and appreciate) the scene around me.
Pictured is Cape Byron lighthouse where a group of Aboriginal land custodians from across NSW gathered this week to exchange ideas on land management and caring for country. And the third photo is a serene bamboo forest up in the hills for a story I’m writing on sustainable farming. I’ll share more when it’s published.
The North Coast Bloggers series I usually post on a Thursday may need to be postponed for a few days while I recharge and get that “new rhythm” going. Actually, sorting through and choosing the photos for my next blogger is enough to soothe the senses… so perhaps the postponement won’t be for too long. ( I think you will all love her style.)