Sports bring communities together. There aren’t many sounds in the world that can compare to the roar of a stadium as their idolised team walks onto the pitch. This isn’t to say sports will always bring two differing communities together, often the opposite. Soon, I’m heading out to find a bar that will hopefully show the Australia vs England game in the Rugby League World Cup. The below pictures were taken just before the NRL Grand Final between Melbourne Storm and the North Queensland Cowboys earlier this month in Sydney. I enjoy this kind of buzz.

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I am unsure if I have posted the picture below of a distant plane advertising the above Grand Final, but when I browse through my photos I cannot help but imagine how incredibly freaky and life changing it would be for a historical figure to witness this in their time period. To look up and see a technology not just unseen but incomprehensible, a person that was in my very spot a thousand years ago looking toward the oceans horizon and having no idea that one day an aircraft would soar faster than a bird. What a WTF moment this would be and what a life changing experience. I do wish we had a time machine to carry out such an experiment, however flying over an isolated and uncontacted tribe cannot be too different. How would it change the course of history? Would it lead to a religion? I do wish to have a similar experience however as I cannot comprehend a technology that is incomprehensible I have no idea what effect it would have on me, and it doesn’t take much to freak me out.

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8 thoughts

    1. Thank you! Where are you from? Even if you aren’t a sports fan, you may still fall in love with the atmosphere of a live game 🙂

      1. Liverpool is a passionate city! They love football and are they are a similar people to Newcastle where I am from. I’ve only been to Liverpool once and I loved it there 🙂

      2. I agree wholeheartedly. I have met a couple of Liverpudlians over here in Sydney too, there are plenty of brits in Oz. I hope you having a great day!

      3. Do it. I will be posting a few posts in Sydney and around Australia in the next ten months, I hope it inspires you further 🙂

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