Synchromysticism

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

- Jake Kotze

June 11, 2014

Photos of the 2014 Bangalow Billy-cart Derby Day Though My Camera Lens

The weather wasn't looking too promising at first, but it cleared up quick. 
I took a heap of pictures on Bangalow Billycart Derby Day 2014, so rather than tell a story about the day, I'll just let the pictures talk for themselves.
I have already written a few related posts in the last few weeks on this blog anyway, so where necessary I'll just add a caption to explain what the photo is about.
The photos are going to be pretty much in the order I took them on the day.
Left click on any photo to make it bigger for a better look.
A picture of a phone taken by another phone.
Wet hay, hey?-)
St.Kevin's Catholic Church seen from the main street in Bangalow.
I couldn't bear to watch. :-)
Owl have to try and watch though and stop window shopping in Windhorse Gallery.
WARNING: Explicit lyrics in the above Splender in the Grass ad featuring the guy in the above parade pictures.
The same guy racing in the later celebrity race.
This is a great little health food shop if you are ever feeling hungry in Bangalow.

If Wishes Were Fishes

Now, just where is that needle?-)
Red Dog?
Steve Bisley at the top of the hill before the celebrity race.
The limousine the celebrities arrived in?  
No wonder they have one of these at the top of the hill in Bangalow.
Arj Barker before winning the celebrity race.
WARNING: Explicit lyrics in the above video.
You stink Smelly Kat ;-)
Why didn't you borrow this Mad Max billy-cart Steve Bisley?
I was keeping my head low after reading this sign.I wouldn't want to be hit by one ;-)
From inside the phone booth.
I just knew I shouldn't have parked my little blue car at the fire station. :-(
Seems to be a bit of an ant problem in Bangalow I noticed.
Bangalow's Stonehenge?
I'm not into Christianity, but I did find my visit to this little church at the end of the day quite a peaceful experience.
I love sitting in silence and pondering the big questions of life.
   Well, I have to say that it turned out to be quite a heavenly day after all. :-)

7 comments:

Trish and Rob MacGregor said...

Looks like fun! You've got some great photos here. And a pone booth? I haven't seen one of those in years!

Trish and Rob MacGregor said...

For some reason, I started counting the windows toward the end of the post. You have quite a terrific inroad to the peace and tranquility at the end of the post - and the day.

Mike Perry said...

Great pictures which give a real flavour of the day. I liked the classic VW Camper vans - we see quite a few in Cornwall heading for the surfing beaches.

As for the billy-carts we used to call them dillies (or maybe it's spelt dilly's)

All in all looks to be a fun day.

The feelings / atmosphere you get in churches is usually quite special.

Brizdaz (Darren) said...

Did you see the number plate on one of those VW Campers Mike ?-)

Mike Perry said...

VAN67K - hadn't noticed - how about that!!

Years ago my friend (IAN !) had a VW Camper and I was always envious of the idea of the open road. They fetch a good price in the UK nowadays.

King Uke said...

I want to try duck sausages!

Mike Perry said...

I also meant to say that there was also a picture of a VW Camper on the Fathers Day card I received.