Monthly Archives: January 2020

Lord Ahriman

Of Dark Funeral. If I remember the performance correctly, Lord Ahriman spent little time moving and thrashing about, but there still was energy coming from him and his playing. I think there’s something strong about the Lord Ahriman’s form. I … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 622: Here Rather Than There

And so I can only think about how it is that I’m here, rather than there, wherever there may be, but of course the answer just so happens to be the one that is the most obvious, and it involves … Continue reading

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A Side of Canterbury Station

I wonder how often people use this side of Canterbury Station. It appears as though it was once a platform in use, though now trains only pass by this side. I think that when I took this shot I like … Continue reading

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Gulls of the Sea

As you can see, here is a shot of gulls of the sea as seen in a location found somewhere in the ocean. It’s not often I get to see birds floating on water, so I was pretty willing to … Continue reading

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Moon in the Noisy Sky

This shot was taken either shortly before or shortly after this one. Pretty sure it was shortly before. When processing it I lifted the light levels as it was really dark and the result is what you now see. I’m … Continue reading

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Astral Chain Review

Another review that took far too long to complete. This was started in September, but the bulk of the work happened over the last few days. I think that I sat on this for too long. There was plenty of … Continue reading

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Peaks

Another shot of The Sydney Opera House. I’d like to say that I was aiming to recontextualise the building by removing it from its own spatial context and identity, but the reality is that I like the shape and form … Continue reading

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