Monthly Archives: August 2018

Bounding Through the Water

A photo of a dog getting wet. Someone would throw a ball and the dog would go after it which meant bounding into the water and then swimming after the ball. I like the form of the dog in this … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 472: Something About Problems

Looking toward a thing that cannot be seen, there are ways around as there are ways to stop the continuation of a path long dead before us all. There are always ways around the things that are perceived to be … Continue reading

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Lurking in the Shadows

Here, a fish as seen at the Melbourne Aquarium. I like this photo for its ridiculous nature. It could be a villain in a horror film, but no; it’s just a fish. I hope you enjoy.

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Deconstruction

There’s some demolition work happening at Circular Quay at the moment. This was taken a few weeks ago. There’s a great level of detail in this photo, I think. A number of different textures enhanced by the photo being rendered … Continue reading

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Primitive Calculators: Live at The Gaelic Club 24/08/2018 Review

This review has been published on Cool Try. If you do read it here, please also check it out there as there are some photos of the gig and you’d be supporting Cool Try. In the interest of journalistic integrity … Continue reading

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A Pelican

A photo of a pelican. This was taken recently whilst walking through Centennial Parklands. I feel that I was really lucky to be able to get as close as I did. I didn’t have my 70-200 with me so I … Continue reading

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Monday is a Wonderful Thing

Of sense, there is none, or that is at least what I just thought to myself, but as it floats off like things we perceive as floating, it is gone, away from my grasp, unless it decides to float back … Continue reading

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