Monthly Archives: April 2018

Underside

I’ve been wanting to get a decent shot of the underside of ANZAC Bridge for a while but haven’t gotten around to attempting the photo. I did it a while ago but it wasn’t a good photo and until last … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 411: Cold Morning Beckons

A cold morning beckons the thawing and the gnashing of the old hands which are moving as quickly as they can, making busy work of their surroundings as well as possible whilst also feeling the encroaching chill reach out and … Continue reading

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Cygnus atratus

Two that were running on the water shortly before this photo was taken. Great, powerful form in these two birds. I think that they look large in this photo, but that’s probably got to do with the wings, and also … Continue reading

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One Thousand Word Challenge 26: Chicken Bawkade

Alright, so at this stage we know that chicken will be the dominant species in the future, and we know that their beak peck P.S.I. is comparable to the P.S.I. of great white sharks. These are things we know as … Continue reading

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Building Corner

As seen somewhere outside nearby. I was trying to get the corner dead on in the photo and I think I came close. It’s interesting to see just how much a little bit of shade can change the the tone … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 410: Introductions

I think that I need to start working on something. What is that something? It does not matter. I did not have a better introduction to start this post with, although, to be fair, it probably is a better introduction … Continue reading

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Saturday Evening Flow

Last Saturday after work I was hanging around The Footbridge Theatre. The reason being that I had my tripod and was aiming to get some photos of the sunset somewhere in the city, but it was too cloudy for the … Continue reading

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The Expansive Dune

The dune at the entrance to Smiths Lake is massive. I’m sure that there’s bigger ones out there, but this one seems to cover such a large area. I like how much detail there appears to be in the sand, … Continue reading

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Lifebuoy

A photo taken last week in the Darling Harbour region of the city known as “Sydney”. I thought that the way the short light affected the area was interesting, but I don’t think I got the best capture that I … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 409: Houses, Hills, Roads, Cars

There is a little bit of dew on the window that leads to the outside world outside of this attic, and it is a little bit cold, and I am sitting here trying to do something, but not really, for … Continue reading

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