I spent the past weekend in Byron Bay, New South Wales, Australia, a beach side town famous for surfing (of course), hippies & Cape Byron, the most easterly point of mainland Australia. I’d been to Byron before (almost 9 years ago to the day) so it was nice to reminisce again. I was there primarily for the Easter weekend Blues Festival. I’m not much of a blues fan, but as it turns out it was only blues in name. It was awesome & I got to see some great acts that I’d never heard of before (John Hiatt, Busby Marou, Dubmarine, Tribali, Eagle & The Worm) & some that I had (The Pogues, Earth, Wind & Fire, Steve Earle, Brian Setzer). Not much photography took place (I didn’t even get to revisit the aforementioned Cape) but I did take a few pictures.

Honey on sale at a weekend Farmers Market in Byron Bay, New South Wales, Australia. April 7th 2012.

Honey on sale at a weekend Farmers Market in Byron Bay (map-pointer-icon), New South Wales, Australia. April 7th 2012.

The expanse of Brunswick Heads beach, New South Wales, Australia. April 7th 2012.

The expanse of Brunswick Heads beach, New South Wales, Australia. April 7th 2012.

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