The spot was not skateable so we had to touch it up with a bit of concrete,
I was tryin this trick for a couple minutes and it started dumpin down rain
Me and my friend Brett Box had to run from the spot too the car in this thunder storm, all of his camera gear got drenched and soo did we.
This photo was shot by Brett Box
This park is so sick! The locals here are so rad and friendly, and the level of skating is next level.
This where I am living, Burleigh heads/Palm Beach on the Gold Coast. The Beach’s here are all soft sand and the water is as warm as a heated pool. These pictures of surfers were taken at Burleigh Heads, about a five minute walk away from home. Burleigh Heads is rad, and has good breakfast places, café’s, surf shops, even a skateshop.
In 1973 a group of kids held a big hippie festival (Aquarius Festival) in the Nimbin Valley on the North coast of New South Wales. Before the Hippies, the area was owned by Bundjalung, Nimbinjee and Whiyabul Aborigines.
The festival was to be 'a total, cultural experience for alternative lifestyles and hippies from all over Australia.
It was an awesome time when people put up tents, camped, talked and tripped.
Most people left and returned to the cities and their regular jobs, a small number of gross, unhealthy hippies stayed.
Regardless to the hippies, Nimbin is a also a cool town because of the scenery and well worth the trip. Nimbin is hidden amongst the hills and forest, the drive to Nimbin reminded me lots like home.