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Monthly Archives: December 2016
Well, here we are at the end of another year. It has probably been one of the less stressful years that I’ve lived so far in my short life. Full-time study was interesting. I imagine that it will continue to … Continue reading
Whilst everything will eventually wear down, some things are more “Resilient” than others. It’s probably no surprise at this point that I quite like Mount Solitary. It might not be the mightiest or tallest mountain, but I think that it … Continue reading
Another photo taken at Katoomba Station. I took quite a few photos of pigeons whilst Ewe and I waited for our train back to Sydney. This is one of the better ones. It’s great as to what perspective and angle … Continue reading
Once upon a time there was a person who did a thing that had some sort of effect due to the nature of things having effects during this time in which this person existed. It was one of those places … Continue reading
Here’s a shot of part of one of the two platforms at Katoomba Station. Part of the other one is in the shot, but that’s not relevant, so you can ignore that I mentioned its being visible. I think that … Continue reading
Her are a few shots that I took on Sunday whilst waiting or the train to head back to Sydney. I think it was ruffling it’s feathers. Only the pigeon knows the truth. Anyway, I hope you enjoy.
It took a slight bit more than five years after The Inside Room for Wider than the Sky to be released. Many things have happened in the short span of time and, possibly for some, a fair bit of anticipation … Continue reading
Yesterday morning I got up early to see the sunrise at Mount Solitary again. Ewe wasn’t able to make it as he was kept awake all night by dogs. I was going to only choose three of these shots, but … Continue reading
What was great about Arrival: No bad guy. It’s about communication. A lot of beautiful shots. The aliens are fairly ambiguous. The score is not telling you how to feel. There’s a good sense of progress toward achieving the goal … Continue reading