Back to work in a few weeks so beforehand figure I’d check out northern NSW. The first stop is my hometown of Port Macquarie. With its amazing beaches and ocean rainforest, it’s also the home of Australian body boarding (my cuz was world champ) so is a great place to surf. I ran across friends from Sydney and it’s been a few quality days. Now heading north slowly towards Byron Bay
As the sunsets on 2020 which for the most I’d consider a good thing, I’ve put together a few sunsets taken while “Roaming” the Globe in years past. Looking forward to 2021 when we can all get out there once again.
Storm started clearing up as I came into Caye Caulker by ferry. A unique and quiet place surrounded by ship wrecks, reefs and manta rays. It was a very chilled out few days
There is art and beauty in these old American junkers that became lost in the desert a long time ago
I don’t know whether it’s genuinely eerie or if it’s Stephen Spielberg’s classic movie “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” but there is something strange about the the Devil’s Tower. It sits alone in a flat landscape and when I went there I only had prairie dogs for company.