THIS video was posted by OrganiseMe on Wednesday and is titled Lizzy hang glides over Tallows Beach, Byron Bay.

"Hanging in the air like a hovering hawk. Apparently they are checking out the hump back whales below. How cool is that? I especially like the dive bombing glider coming in from the left..."

Just one of the many great things to do at Byron Bay.

If you have a video on YouTube that you'd like to share with us, email the URL link to tonia.moorton@northernstar.com.au

The second video was posted by thanksdadphotos and is titled Thanks Dad National Photo Competition 2009 (Australia) on September 6 last year.

"For the past nine years 'Thanks Dad Photos' has been all about celebrating the wonderful things men do with their children - with the hope to encourage more men to spend more positive time with their children. We also want to thank the really important grandfathers, uncles, step-dads, foster dads and older brothers who mean so much to so many children. To find out more you can visit our website at: thanksdadphotos.org.au
Enjoy this wonderful selection of photos from our 2009 Competition."

This link was sent in by Chrissie Smart, a volunteer for Thanks Dad Photos, who lives in Lismore.

Have a look - their are some really great photos!

The third video was posted by erfmufn on June 27 and is titled Growing Pains (Original Song) By Dylan O'Donnell.

"Here's a quick and dirty recording of a simple little 2 chord song I wrote and recorded today. It's full of hiss and clicks and pops because of technical failures (my gear is dying). The footage in the video are timelapses I created with my DSLR camera at Evans Head, Ballina and Byron Bay NSW. Feel free to download the MP3 here : http://deography.com/mp3/GrowingPains...

Oh yeh, and in case you are wondering the lyrics are about population growth, it's not a whinge about my love life, which is great, thanks for asking."

 



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