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A place of many faces…


Grazing : Byron Bay : Buy Print

Yep, Byron Bay is a place of many faces.

The clouds rolled in, sun tans replaced by a mild cloth covering. The masses hiding behind closed doors drinking Chai, whilst a few admired nature brewing up a mood, enjoying it’s serenity. There is such tranquility here within the raindrops, watching the cows graze, the ocean stir. A moment to think. A moment to reflect.

The many faces, of people that come and go from this transient hub, as Byron takes in a breath for itself. One can only watch on in awe , as the Bay awaits it’s exhale…

And bring forth a sunny day.

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Escape : Byron Bay – Photo : Kirra Pendergast

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November is a great time to score waves and take in the tropical surrounds in peace and quiet, before the crowds settle in for Summer. Your home for the week is a self-contained bungalow nestled in the bush right on the beach of Byron Bay. It is an ideal place to unwind, immerse yourself in yoga, eat some amazingly healthy and tasty food, and refresh yourself in the ocean each day. Visit Samudra Yoga for special offers and all our retreat listings at  www.samudra.com.au

Johnny is one of the founding members of Common Ground, who brings an element of creativity to the CG landscape through his filmmaking, photography and writing. Having lived in Byron Bay for over 15 years, moving to the area from the colder climates of Tasmania, Johnny has a strong passion for filmmaking, surfing and his local community, living a few kilometres south at Broken Head in an old School. Mr Abegg can be found out-and-about surfing his favourite haunts, drinking an early morning coffee, and lost in thought with creativity.


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