A CLEAR DAY IN PARADISE

Guest Post and Imagery by Ming Nomchong of The Drifter

The last of winter is behind us now and all I can see is clear blue and aqua hues of the ocean and light rays dancing on the sand below. But when there’s no surf in Byron Bay, there are still other adventures to be had. The water was crystal clear the day myself and Kathryn “Rainbow” Lyster, author of The Inevitability Of Stars, a story set in Byron Bay, went swimming under the waves in the big blue of the Pacific Ocean. It’s days like this day, that make me realise that we really do live in paradise.


The Drifter Ming Nomchong Female surf photographer The Drifter Ming Nomchong Female surf photographer The Drifter Ming Nomchong Female surf photographer The Drifter Ming Nomchong Female surf photographer The Drifter Ming Nomchong Female surf photographer

Prints are available to purchase direct from Ming at The Drifter.

5 comments

  1. Beautiful photography!

  2. Lovely tones – what housing are you using to shoot? I miss Byron Bay… gorgeous place : )

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