Off

We’re in Byron Bay, one of my favorite places in the world. I’m trying to enjoy four days off work, something I find more difficult than anything. Running a small business is one of the most rewarding things I’ve done, but it also means you’re always working – because you have to and because you want to. I’ve made myself stay away from editing and designing albums this week, but the emails and phone calls are more difficult. Yesterday I simply turned my phone off. I’ll turn it back on again on Thursday when I come back to Brisbane.

It’s going to be a busy year (well it already is), so Jacqui and I need these four days to recharge.

And we are.

If only I could get off the internet.

I will.

Now.

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  1. I like the creative use of flare from the Sun in these shots. It left my trying to guess what time of day you took these shots. As usual very nice series with a good variation of shots.

  2. I had to go to an island in the middle of nowhere without electricity or hot water in order to recharge and disconnect. Good luck to you Jonas.

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