Monday, July 26, 2010

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Buster Posey and Madison Bumgarner


Eastern Suburbs in 1975

Rated one of the best club sides of all time, the 1975 Eastern Suburbs side bristled with class and experience all over the paddock. The team was good enough to recover from the absence of injured players Russell Fairfax and Mark Harris to win the grand final 38-0 against St George.

The Nutty Boys

St. George and Manly Warringah in 1966

Fans watch St George play Manly Warringah at Kogarah Oval in May 1966. The fashions of the day stand in contrast to the more informal attire of today's fans.

Alex Smith

Sonic Youth: "Sister"

St. George Dragons

After winning the 1956 grand final, the St George Dragons won a remarkable 11 straight premierships - a feat that remains the longest team dominance in the history of the game in Australia. Here St George is on the attack during the 1957 grand final against Manly.


Ray Norman

The eldest of the three famous football-playing Norman brothers, Ray Norman started with Annandale but went on to achieve fame with other clubs. Norman played for Australia in 1914 and 1919, and later coached Eastern Suburbs to the 1923 premiership.

It's a Farmers Union Iced Coffee or it's nothing.

West Coast Eagles v. Carlton Blues

Saturday, July 24, 2010



The Undertones on the front steps

Gun totin' graffiti character


Morrissey & Marr

The Kinks in colour


The Kinks streamers

Broken bat

The Kinks in 1971

I want this shirt

Flooded Jones County Fairgrounds

Bombers v. Cats

Don Bradman

Wild-eyed dog

Madness: Arms up!

Alex Harvey