Monthly Archives: June 2018

Building Development

Some buildings. Some already developed. Some being developed. Once more the location is Wentworth Point. The reflection appears to be a vague description, but no less real than the real thing. Muted colours against a bright, cloudy sky. I hope … Continue reading

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Cliff with a View

Once more, another photo taken in the Royal National Park. I think that I have a photo of the view from near the edge, but I like this photo more. It gives a bit more of a view of the … Continue reading

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Wild Card Review

Jason Statham plays a guy who has a gambling addiction. He also fights but only sometimes. His gambling addiction is also only sometimes. Sometimes he’s recovering, sometimes he’s not. He works as a mercenary-type chaperone, or something. People pay him … Continue reading

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Wentworth Point

Here’s a photo that I took yesterday. I decided to head out to Rhodes in the afternoon to wander around for a while. Ended up walking to Olympic Park. Anyway, I think that the overexposure helps to bring the focus … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 449: Another Sleep-Related Polemic

Argh, it’s time to wake up. However, I have been awake for a number of hours due to my body deciding that the time to wake up was far earlier than usual and now I’ve had COFFEE and I don’t … Continue reading

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Slight Lean

On the way home from work a few days ago I saw this and decided to take a picture, as evidenced by the picture which is being shared here. I find myself wondering as to what is causing this to … Continue reading

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Eroding Layers of Rocky Clifftops

I’ve sat on this one for a little while and I’m not sure why. I think that the light is balanced really well and the layers create a pattern redolent of waves, wind blowing through a field, and sand dunes. … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 448: Singing and Dancing

Of course, there is always a way forward when you’re entangled in vines, but don’t let anyone tell you otherwise, lest you actually take the information on board and stop pointlessly struggling against said vines. Who knows? If you ignore … Continue reading

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Bare Island

Bare Island. It is an island that has things. There was a fort built on it during the 1800s. It was decommissioned in the early 1900s. I think that it is adequately framed and that you get a good idea … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 447: Another Exam out of the Way

Another exam knocked to the ground with little difficulty. Well, that is what I would like to say, but that would be slightly incorrect, as there was much difficulty which, after completion was followed with much peeing for some reason … Continue reading

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