beach

by Ante Badzim

I had been struggling of late, overwhelmed with constant interruptions and finding it difficult to spend time on ‘me’. The opportunity for a change of scenery presented itself and I grabbed it. I travelled with close friends to Byron, a place that easily guides you to slow down and relax.   
  The first visit to the ocean everything started making sense again, I was inspired and reminded to bring it back and pay attention to the now. With my camera in hand and the ocean as my backdrop this girl was the perfect reminder that the simple things make it all worth while, smiling at a stranger and being in the moment.  
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  Thank you 'Post The People’ and Justin aka @djdumpling for my featured photograph and story.     Check out   www.postthepeople.com   for more stories of the most important thing in our lives : People.

I had been struggling of late, overwhelmed with constant interruptions and finding it difficult to spend time on ‘me’. The opportunity for a change of scenery presented itself and I grabbed it. I travelled with close friends to Byron, a place that easily guides you to slow down and relax.

The first visit to the ocean everything started making sense again, I was inspired and reminded to bring it back and pay attention to the now. With my camera in hand and the ocean as my backdrop this girl was the perfect reminder that the simple things make it all worth while, smiling at a stranger and being in the moment.

Thank you 'Post The People’ and Justin aka @djdumpling for my featured photograph and story. 

Check out www.postthepeople.com for more stories of the most important thing in our lives : People.

by Ante Badzim

About an hour before the tsunami hit   Sri Lanka   in 2004, people at the   Yala National Park   observed elephants running away from Patanangala beach (pictured).     There was moments of reflection when visiting the site. I found it hard to really   understand the magnitude of the disaster with it being such a peaceful and calm place to visit. Sri Lanka was one of the worst hit with over 40,000 people killed and over half a million displaced.     Olympus AU  OM-D E-M1 + 75mm f/1.8

About an hour before the tsunami hit Sri Lanka in 2004, people at the Yala National Park observed elephants running away from Patanangala beach (pictured). 

There was moments of reflection when visiting the site. I found it hard to really understand the magnitude of the disaster with it being such a peaceful and calm place to visit. Sri Lanka was one of the worst hit with over 40,000 people killed and over half a million displaced. 

Olympus AU OM-D E-M1 + 75mm f/1.8