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Aussie coastal living

There are some things that are easy to take for granted as an Australian that grew up on the coast – like shoes being optional, the ability to get your bearings by listening for the ocean and a casual approach to life that prioritises outdoor time.

Normally Andres and I live in a city that feels too far from the coast for a pre-work swim, but I’ve been reminded by our lengthy stay in Byron how different life is in a coastal community. A life that most Aussies aspire to and usually relish, and one we both dream of living more permanently again.

I thought it best to capture the little things about living beside the ocean that resonate with me, in the simplest way I know, through photography.


From birth, man carries the weight of gravity on his shoulders. He is bolted to earth. But man has only to sink beneath the surface and he is free – Jacques Yves Costeau



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