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October 21st, 2011

Abbitt Wilkerson from AWFILMS has been working his ass off in order to get our stickers done as quickly as possible. On top of school work, shooting and editing I must say he is doing an unreal job. By the look of things I’m so-far impressed with how they are coming up from the cutter. For those wondering about stickers orders will begin when the shipment has arrived, they will be shipped internationally and will be setup on the site via PayPal. If you have any questions, please comment below and I will reply there too. Casey x

January 18th, 2011

December 20th, 2010

On the way home from Nikko Circuit, Nigel and myself came across this card yard on the side of the road. The first car that caused us to pull over was this FC RX7, so we parked the car and had a closer look. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. It’s honestly unbelievable how many cool cars you see anywhere and everywhere in Japan. There where a number of cars throughout the yard, but it wasn’t particularly large. A number of JZX’s and a couple of RX7’s which I snapped off with the last couple exposures of film.

Jumping back in the car about to leave, out the back was the old BN Sports FD parked up amongst a huge amount of carbon aero. It’s so amazing seeing a car this famous just parked up in a car yard late at night. I didn’t have a pop-up flash or even an external flash on me at the time, so I’m really happy I had my little film camera handy to capture these amazing machines.

December 17th, 2010

Over the duration of the past few weeks, Summer has started to take it’s toll on Queensland’s South-East. We have been hit with an immense amount of rain, and up until yesterday some very fierce thunderstorms.
To be honest, this is what I enjoy, and look forward to each and every year. Sitting on the balcony on a steaming hot summers day watching a storm brew out west. The storms generally make there way around the western suburbs, but the wind suddenly made a drastic change yesterday turning the skies green and pouring hail. Here are a few photos I managed to capture.

Today the mercury managed to climb to 36 degrees which brought more thunderstorms along the east coast. Managed to catch today’s sunset, but by the look of the forecast, it’s nothing but storms for the next 3-4 days. I am really looking forward to Summer :).
Casey.

November 29th, 2010