Telstar Logistics has been accused of being a wee bit obsessive about the things which we obsess about. (Is that a tautology? Maybe, but who cares.) That our interests may gravitate toward the obscure or esoteric is of little concern; what matters is that they encourage us to see what's right in front of us in new and different ways.
This is also why we find it easy to appreciate the enthusiasms of other kindred spirits who find an odd beauty in the mundane and the mechanical.
"Brake burns, community supper reviews, fireman's breakfasts, truck tractors and all the other things that make [Nova Scotia's] South Shore great."
Now, there's a lot to love in that lineup, but it's the brake burns part that fascinates us most. And what's a brake burn?
For the uninitiated....burnouts, brake stands, brodies or brake burns, it's all about rubber on the road! I think that brake burns are like the latent art form of the 'locals' in Lunenburg County.
So there you go. If you've ever marveled at the mysterious beauty of the brake burn, you can take comfort in knowing that you now have an archivist.
Brake Burns (blog posts about brake burns from All Good!
(IMAGES: All photos above from All Good!)