Coffin cheaters bindoon


  • Bindoon Dirt Drags (19-20 April 2013)
  • Coffin Cheaters MC Bindoon Sand Drags
  • WHO IS CLAYTON?
  • Bindoon Dirt Drags (19-20 April 2013)

    No menu assigned Cathy Ronalds Foreign Places. Travel is packed with action and wonder. We had stayed in a remote part of Albania, I had just woken our daughter early for the ferry. She recalibrated her senses in this strange place. Glenn Hunt Townsville Floods. Frank Pery stands on his street in Railway Estate after checking on neighbours during the Townsville Floods. Christopher Hopkins Piltenggi.

    In spite of his mother Lowanna's efforts advocating for him on so many fronts, including writing to MPs at state and federal levels, he is not getting his most basic needs met under the NDIS plan. After hours and hours and hours of labour and months of anticipation. Pippa entered the world into her Mothers arms. You can sense the overwhelm of love, relief and complete exhaustion of both Mum and Dad! The photo is part of the album "Ethiopian tribes expedition" Mridula Amin Nauruan children play by the phosphate cantilever.

    This shot was part of a series investigating Nauru's relationship with Australia, in particular, its dependence on running offshore immigration processing stories as its previous prosperity with phosphate declines. With no other options left - the crumbling and barren nation is completely dependant on Australia. Here kids play at a local beach with a broken phosphate cantilever in the sea.

    Asif Hussein The Love Triangle. She is going through photos of her late husband on her iPad. The shadow behind her symbolises his presence protecting her. The past , the present and the future. The McCallums are one of Australia's only Amish family.

    They live a private, low-technology and socially-isolated life. I talked openly about myself; they knew a lot about me quickly and embraced me. Pictured here the family hoe the paddock regularly. They lap up the last of the day's sunlight. The kids then run through the paddocks and play in the long grass squealing in delight. Kirran Shah The Offering. On the banks of the Ganges River, a young girl cries as she has her head shaved as an offering during the Shiva festival in Varanasi, India.

    Meredith O'Shea Dark. She often paints her body with stripes and dark colours so she can be the same as him. She carries him everywhere with her. She cuddles him with no top on as she tells me he likes the warmth of her body.

    Quite often I have to remove him of a night as she tries to take him to bed with her. Jake Nowakowski Nicole Guns. Widow Nicole Guns sits in the spot where her late husband Justin White would sheer sheep. Justin took his own life amid the drought and huge farm debt in January.

    Meredith O'Shea Mary. Mary,10, sits and reads quietly in her room which she shares with her 5 sisters. A pure moment of joy and interaction between everybody. The mayor Italian background is singing a Karaoke with the Italian aunty, the Italian bride's mother is having another glass of wine, one of the Italian bride's uncle is having a sleep while everybody French and Italians are having a great time in the back.

    Andy Cheung Undeterred by the Shifting Environment. The sheer size of the Finn Whale carcass is shown in comparison to the semi trailers that were lined up to take it away from its last place of rest. The carcass had to be literally torn and cut apart to be loaded on to the trucks for removal from the beach in front of the small beach community on the south coast of Western Australia. Jill Velinos Waiting for treatment. Vincent was admitted to hospital after being bitten on the face by a spider.

    He sits on the bed, anxiously waiting for the Paediatrician to assess him. Alexander Housalas Cloud Atlas. The ocean like space is a deep, complex and subtle realm. In both we feel tiny and powerless and yet eternal and tranquil. Zander is a "rainbow baby" - a term to describe a baby born after a miscarriage, stillbirth, or neonatal death. A documentary portrait of motherhood.

    An endlessness, a fullness, constant change and motion. Jes and her sons, Alex Coppel Watching Nima and Dawa. Conjoined twins Nima and Dawa lie in their hospital bed, in Thimphu, Bhutan. Nima and Dawa required international aid for their successful surgery in Australia. As another young patient watched over them, the image captured the intensity, which had driven us so it could be shared with the world, instantly focusing attention on saving them.

    They partied hard there last night; the bulldozers after all come in a day or two, so there are a lot of goodbyes to be said. Here Marius soaks up the rays and Leon decorates the roof. Melissa Bernard Chores. My son was doing one of his chores of wiping up when I glanced over and saw the light streaming onto him through the kitchen venetian blinds. This perfectly captures our everyday life in the Summer afternoons of sheltering in the air conditioned house, with minimal clothing on, while the Australian summer temperatures soar outside.

    Mark Forbes Yield. This series is a documentary of the monolithic and sometimes brutalist consumer environments that are built with increasing frequency around us. In these worlds, where customer spending is paramount, and ongoing economic growth seems vital to our modern sense of security the suburban shopping centre is commonplace. Emma Perry Xanthorrhoea and the Union Jack. The iconic Australian native grass tree aidan williams Inferno.

    Whilst being Surrounded by an Inferno. Watched on by over two million viewers. Belle Ciezak Bath Time. The kids are a bit older now, so I don't have to sit by the bath anymore.

    I was keeping an eye on them from upstairs though and just loved the light and shadows and lines. Then the cat wandered through and it's just a perfect moment captured. Michael Franchi Nomadic Spacing. As the chilly dry season mornings of the Top End come around so do the tourists marching into the Northern Territory aboard plane, ship or car, perhaps even a donkey or two. The swimming holes fill up whether they be the warming springs of Mataranka or the chilly waterholes shrouded in shade growing ever colder each morning leaving little room for a solitude visit to the beauty of the tropics.

    They continue to ignore the climate emergency and extinction crisis that outdates these appalling practices in our environment. Rowena Meadows Horse and Girl in Ohakune. London plays on a tyre swing in the yard of her family's holiday cottage in Ohukune, New Zealand.

    Alison Stewart Storm Children. A play on the beach in Australia turned wild as we watched a massive storm approach Yanni Dellaportas Firezilla. Bushfires are all too prevalent in Australia and when this fire, which started on the freeway below the bridge overpass decided to grow into a monster, the bravery of the local fire brigade was put to the test as they struggled to control it.

    Shelley Reis One Summer 2. I shot this image of my daughter playing with the hose on a stifling hot Summer's afternoon. I enjoyed watching the water spout from the hose, and unpredictably arc, dance about in the sky and collapse nearly as much as she enjoyed cooling herself down.

    In times of drought and when conditions are harsh, a female kangaroo may sacrifice her joey to ensure her own survival. She may have multiple babies at different stages of development in her pouch at one time. The joey in this image was still without fur except for the soft velvet ears and it was only recently deceased. This man lies motionless while others pass by. No one stops to check on him or offer assistance. The occasional person has a giggle and keeps moving after a busy market day in this remote town in Southern Ethiopia.

    Jeanne Wood Marilyn Jetty Swim. As my daughter was on a long road through fighting breast cancer, she and her twin sister joined in this amazing event which helps raise funds for the Cancer Council SA. A bold group of Marilyns, both men and women splash their way around the Brighton Jetty raising awareness and money, all dressed up as Marilyn Monroe.

    A sight to see! The show must go on, broken arm or not! She dreams of one day being a ballerina so a broken arm was just a small annoyance and didn't interfere with ballet lessons too much. Darrian Traynor The young at heart. Protestors and Police clash during rallies in St Kilda January Julie Kerbel Nelson.

    What a place! The Bindoon Sand Drags are held on a property about an hour from Perth. The Coffin Cheaters have set out this place perfectly. Spectators have a top vantage point from anywhere. No matter where you are on the track, you can feel and sometimes wear the sand. With everybody keen to be apart of Bindoon Sand Drags, there was a long list of competitors, ranging from five-year-old kids up to grandmothers and grandfathers. Many take this sport very seriously — you only had too look around at some of the machines, the time, the effort, let alone expense, on these awesome bikes.

    Walking around the pits there were a few stand-out competitors racing their V8 bikes equipped with nitrous and paddle tyres that would send rooster tails 20 foot high at the start line. The machine should have been a show bike not a sand dragger.

    Every third bike runs on nitrous for that little bit of extra power. The sport of sand dragging is more exciting for the spectators than your normal tar dragstrip. Many bikes run off the track or just break traction and wheel-stand. Exciting stuff.

    Dudes bring out their burnout cars too. Another fella in an everyday driver, a Nissan Patrol 4WD, let loose on a five-minute burnout that will be forever memorable. Benno even got out his bike for a burnout but it was short lived when he gave it a shot of nitrous and fried the clutch.

    With the running of the drags on again, competitors were pushing their bikes to the absolute limits, and with the knockout rounds running in the late afternoon, it was great racing. A couple of fellas launched so hard at the start line they flipped their bikes, but still managed to climb back on and continue on down the track. Racing was supposed to finish around 5 pm but went on well into the night. The finals were exciting to watch, some of the best sand drag racing the crowd would have ever seen.

    Do or die racing. Time for a new set of tyres anyway, why not burn them out and have fun doing it in front of the crowd. After the racing, burnouts and trophy presentations were over, many hung around for the night, watching the band, having a few ales and camping out. What a top weekend. Many thanks to Benno and the boys for a great time out.

    No matter where you are on the track, you can feel and sometimes wear the sand. With everybody keen to be apart of Bindoon Sand Drags, there was a long list of competitors, ranging from five-year-old kids up to grandmothers and grandfathers.

    Many take this sport very seriously — you only had too look around at some of the machines, the time, the effort, let alone expense, on these awesome bikes. Walking around the pits there were a few stand-out competitors racing their V8 bikes equipped with nitrous and paddle tyres that would send rooster tails 20 foot high at the start line.

    The machine should have been a show bike not a sand dragger. Every third bike runs on nitrous for that little bit of extra power. The sport of sand dragging is more exciting for the spectators than your normal tar dragstrip. Many bikes run off the track or just break traction and wheel-stand. Exciting stuff. Dudes bring out their burnout cars too.

    Another fella in an everyday driver, a Nissan Patrol 4WD, let loose on a five-minute burnout that will be forever memorable.

    Benno even got out his bike for a burnout but it was short lived when he gave it a shot of nitrous and fried the clutch. Bushfires are all too prevalent in Australia and when this fire, which started on the freeway below the bridge overpass decided to grow into a monster, the bravery of the local fire brigade was put to the test as they struggled to control it.

    Coffin Cheaters MC Bindoon Sand Drags

    Shelley Reis One Summer 2. I shot this image of my daughter playing with the hose on a stifling hot Summer's afternoon. I enjoyed watching the water spout from the hose, and unpredictably arc, dance about in the sky and collapse nearly as much as she enjoyed cooling herself down. In times of drought and when conditions are harsh, a female kangaroo may sacrifice her joey to ensure her own survival. She may have multiple babies at different stages of development in her pouch at one time.

    The joey in this image was still without fur except for the soft velvet ears and it was only sample address format deceased. This man lies motionless while others pass by. No one stops to check on him or offer assistance. The occasional person has a giggle and keeps moving after a busy market day in this remote town in Southern Ethiopia.

    Jeanne Wood Marilyn Jetty Swim. As my daughter was on a long road through fighting breast cancer, she and her twin sister joined in this amazing event which helps raise funds for the Cancer Council SA. A bold group of Marilyns, both men and women splash their way around the Brighton Jetty raising awareness and money, all dressed up as Marilyn Monroe.

    A sight to see! The show must go on, broken arm or not! She dreams of one day being a ballerina so a broken arm was just a small annoyance and didn't interfere with ballet lessons too much.

    Darrian Traynor The young at heart. Protestors and Police clash during rallies in St Kilda January Julie Kerbel Nelson. On a walk through Orange Grove informal settlement in the Eastern Cape, South Africa, I came across Nelson, a frail, elderly gentleman, who sits outside his shack with his loyal companion every day, greeting those who pass by for some company.

    He allowed me to go inside his humble home and his sense of pride and dignity really moved me, as he owns so few possessions in the world. Melanie Fisher Floating in love. Only moments after birth, a newborn baby lays safe and protected in his mother and fathers arms. Gaanesh Prasad Come on Mate You can do it. Clicked at an Invictus Game, it was an inspiring moment to see and capture the frame when the winner had crossed the winning line and motiviating other participant to finish the race Kelly Jordan First Breaths.

    Those very first breaths captured in the euphoric moment of birth. Kane Chenoweth Culture. A young gumatj boy being prepared for an evening of bunggul traditional ceremonial dance by close relative Russell Gurruwiwi in East Arnhem Land, NT.

    In a remote Kara tribe area in Southern Ethiopia, out of the forest, where we had set up camp, appeared this somewhat fearsome looking man. Karo men paint their faces with white natural paint to look menacing and command respect. Many of the Kara tribe carry Kalashnikov AK guns to use to fight off any inter-tribal conflicts over stealing of cattle or land issues.

    Andrew Lance Australian Cowboys. The picture was taken in Central Java, Indonesia. It was a very hectic situation when one of the "jathilan" traditional dancers was "possessed" by a spirit and became uncontrollable.

    The dance is usually performed by a group of men and ends when some of them enter a trance, which they are get possessed by spirits. William Guthrie Exercise Talisman Sabre Catherine Grey Ellie goes for gold. Ellie Fry, what a tough nut she is. Ellie is 18 and both of her parents have passed away. Juan Paulo Magpayo Sleepless Leaves. This photo may not be the most aesthetically pleasing but it has definitely struck me and made me think about taking the shot in the first place.

    I was once asked about this photo "has this shot improved his life?

    WHO IS CLAYTON?

    Pier Carthew Married. As pictured, the expression on the brides face was frightened for the entire ceremony, while the groom, seemingly unaware, went about his business as usual. Christopher Hopkins Out of the Furnace. The fire would destroy 29 homes and burn more thanhectares. It was a ten kilometre walk to saftey for Vanessa, Duck and Fuzzy, one that wasnt helped by the fact that "I have the slowest walking horse in history.

    I dont think he has walked this far in his life! The moment of birth when baby is half born. Andrew Jarvie At Last. Just a few weeks after same sex marriage was legalised in Australia I was asked to photograph Lance and Timothy's wedding. We had many wonderful shots planned in the forest and parkland around their home but on the day we had one of the worst storms of the year hit Brisbane. But then just after the ceremony a sliver of rainbow appeared and it was almost as if it were meant to be.

    Shelley Reis Every day is children's day. A candid portrait of my four year old daughter as she lay in the sun on the veranda concrete one Summer morning. Steve Cook When the Music's Over. Image from the Bindoon Coffin Cheaters series. Like many here, he prefers living on the fringe despite having few luxuries; there is no power or water.

    Simon Connolly Local knowledge. Living with a Tongan family on a remote island meant finding food to eat was a daily ritual. On this occasion my wife holds the bucket while Olivia shows us the techniques for finding scallops. Marty Walker untitled North Katoomba.

    Children at play on a warm summer afternoon. All it takes is chips, a trampoline and a hose. Kate was born without a uterus and was told she would never have children. Kate witnesses the birth of her biological son, Jack, carried and birthed by a surrogate, Michelle.

    This is the moment when Kate meets her son and Michelle gives baby Jack over to Kate. Kathryn MacPhee Woman of Steel. The noise increases to a deafening roar as the locomotive thunders past the shanties located next to the railway track. Unable to sustain her family, this woman had moved to the city of Dhaka in search of work.

    The passing train does not faze her; she has cooked on this fire endless times. My grandmother holding the hand of my father and myself repeating the words "If mothers were flowers I'd pick you" that are embroided on a pillow that my father gave to her.

    Fragments of memory and hope. Duane Bridger They've put a stingray under my bed. This image was taken in the early hours. I woke and noticed Darren's light was on and I went to check if he was okay.

    I was confronted with this scene. When I asked what was going on he said 'the voices' had put a stingray under his bed and wouldn't let him sleep in it. Ian Christopher Otto Fire Light. The traditions and ceremonies of the Ethiopian Ken miles crash Church carry on today as they have for centuries, in the rock hewn churches of Lalibela Ethiopia.

    Luke Fazekas Smoko. Maureen, full-time carer for her father, takes five. Angela Petersen Too eager to be born at 34 weeks. Baby boy decided to put mum into labour two weeks before the csection was booked in.

    In Ethiopia 13 million children live in poor households with 2 million living in extreme poverty. Darrian Traynor Nazi.

    Right wing protestors are seen during rallies in St Kilda January Emma Schlachter The Rodeo Prayer. Outside the high walls of the Taj Mahal lies Agra, a grimy city of more than 1.

    Its water is not fit for any human use, including bathing. It is so over-extracted upstream that it no longer flows for long periods of the year, forming muddy puddles of plastic, sewage and industrial waste. Tourists climb Australia's most famous natural feature, Uluru, before the treacherous track closes for good in October A total of 37 people have lost their lives whilst attempting the strenuous climb. This moment captures the story of this young man's 16 week bodybuilding journey consisting of strict dieting, strength training, sacrifice, dedication, motivation and grit All for this one day, the bodybuilding show day!

    On this day, I captured a series of images documenting the emotional journey on competition day - the emotion, the dedicated mindset, the self-confidence and the focus! Angela Petersen Between two worlds. Baby boy born via csection safe into mums arms Angela Petersen Here hearthside safe at last. Supported by her friend and midwife, a young mother uses nitrous oxide gas at the time of crowning.

    The baby's dad prepares to catch his son. Franck Boulay Surviving Haiti Earthquake. Port au Prince in Haiti was devastated during the Earth Quake of So many people have lost everything, some, sole survivor of an entire family.

    Surviving despair was a daily battle for most. I never met people more resilient to adversity than Haitians. Ian Christopher Otto Marching in the Rain. Couldn't help but think of the amazing Ethiopian man who kept our son alive in Ethiopia after his birth parents died, who was twice denied a tourist visa to come to Australia to witness the graduation. Michael Rayment The meeting. From the series - Not a camp. My father holds my grandmother's feeble hand.

    She doesn't know him. Alice Mariette Sink Boy. As my Mr 4 ran and played, I took photos of his shadow.


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