Synchromysticism

" Synchromysticism:
The art of realizing meaningful coincidence in the seemingly mundane with mystical or esoteric significance."

- Jake Kotze

October 2, 2012

Forgotten Beach (Byron Bay)

I took this on my cheap cell phone, I'm quite proud of getting this nice shot.
I was looking for the clip of one of my favourite songs about one of my most favourite places on earth...OK so I haven't traveled all that much, but if this was your backyard would you?
I also found this spiral light filmed in the Byron night sky when I was trying to find a clip of the Spiral Man of Byron Bay. 
Check out Spiral Man making his Crop like sand circles on the beach.
He's good.
The one time I managed to get all my immediate family members together in Byron.
Breathtaking!
Another bonus I got while looking for Robert's song Forgotten Beach was stumbling across this wonderful blog - 
http://www.byronbay-spirit.com/
Take a look at the wonderful photos of Byron Bay on this site and I think that you'll come to realize why I spend so much time there.
I felt on top of the world when I took this picture from the lighthouse.
I think that I could easily live in this lighthouse ;-)
For those who may not of heard of Robert James, he is a member of the band GANGgajang who had the big hit a while back with 
Sounds Of Then, which can be viewed in the above You Tube video.
Robert can been seen playing the guitar in that clip, as well.
Secrets In The Sand 

To listen to some other tracks off Robert's album, go to this link -
An edited selection of songs from Secrets in the Sand

1. Forgotten Beach (Byron Bay)
2. Escaping Dreams Pray Far From The Boat
3. Nomadsland
4. Painted Room
5. Narrabeen
6. Barefoot In The Sand
7. As Rivers Lose Themselves To The Sea
8. Forward
9. Can't Stand Still
10. Mooloolaba
11. Water Caves
12. Eora
13. Western Waves

4 comments:

King Uke said...

"I think that I could easily live in this lighthouse"
I reckon the owners might have something to say about that ;-)

Trish and Rob MacGregor said...

Who needs the rest of the world when you've got all this?

Mike Perry said...

Byron Bay looks wonderful. Sometimes we travel miles but miss the beauty nearer home. The blog you mention also has some great pics.

Brizdaz (Darren) said...

@MIke
RE:"The blog you mention also has some great pics."

That's what I like about it.It was a treasure to find it on the net.